The 2013 College Football season has begun! This means every Saturday the TV schedule will be jam-packed with NCAA football games for football fans to watch. Kicking off Saturday, August 31's games will be number two ranked Ohio State University taking on Buffalo at 12pm at Ohio Stadium in Columbus. The game will be airing on ESPN 2, but there are also free online live streaming options for fans to check out if they're not by a TV. Keep reading for a preview of Ohio State versus Buffalo and where you can watch today's game.
The Buckeyes are obviously a heavy favorite going into today's game. Ohio State is ranked second overall going into today's season opener against an unranked Buffalo team. However, there is a reason they play the games. Every once in a while a crazy upset happens. Ohio State are 34 point favorites and rightfully so. However, as LandGrantHolyLand.com notes, senior free safety C.J. Barnett will not be playing due to a "lower body" injury. This leaves the Buckeyes thin at the safety position, but most likely this won't come into play, especially if the Buckeyes are up by 34 points. I expect Ohio State to handle Buffalo easily today.
Despite their number two ranking to start off the 2013 college football season, the once dominant Buckeyes college football franchise has yet to regain greatness since Urban Meyer has taken over. However, it looks like 2013 may be their season. That is of course assuming they don't suffer a huge upset at the hands of Buffalo.
You can watch the game on ESPN 2. You can also follow the game live on WatchESPN online. WatchESPN is also available on a number of other platforms including AppleTV, Google Play, or by downloading the WatchESPN app.