College football livestream for the Tulsa vs. Ohio State game, where the Buckeyes look to get back on track after teasing Oregon in Week 2.
He does not. 9 Ohio State Buckeyes will look to get back on track after being bullied by Oregon last week. They will do it against the Tulsa Golden Hurricanes, who enter the game 0-2.
Last week, Ohio State took on Oregon in a highly anticipated showdown. Oregon entered the game without its two best defenders, so many anticipated an easy day for the Buckeyes. It was far from that. Oregon took control early and held it until the final score of 35-28.
Quarterback CJ Stroud finished the game with 484 passing yards, three touchdowns and one interception. He and the Ohio State offense struggled to stay close, but Buckeye’s defense couldn’t stop.
They will be hoping to do better this week against a 0-2 Tulsa Golden Hurricane team. The Golden Hurricanes have suffered two close losses totaling 7 points. The most recent to rival Oklahoma State, losing 28-23. Junior quarterback Davis Brin threw for 224 yards in a losing effort.
Tulsa will play to finally get into the win column, while the Buckeyes will play for their postseason life. Even though it’s early in the season, Ohio State has to run the table for a chance to return to the college football playoff.
Ohio State Injury Report vs. Tulsa Week 3
Buckeye senior safety Josh Proctor, who fell in the third quarter of Oregon’s game, ended the year with a lower leg injury.
Ohio State vs Tulsa Odds and Betting Selection Week 3
WynnBET Week 3 NCAA Odds they have the Buckeyes favored by 28 points and the major / minor is set at 56.
What channel is the Ohio state game on in week 3?
Today’s Ohio State game will air on FS1 at 3:30 pm ET.
Ohio State vs Tulsa Live Stream
Today’s Ohio State game can be streamed live fuboTV.
Ohio State’s next game
The Buckeyes’ next game will be Sept. 25 at home against Arkron. The time is to be determined.
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