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Kickoff: 8:00 p.m.
TV: Big Ten Network
List of IU stations
Satellite radio: Sirius channel 112, XM channel 195.
Chat before or during the game
The game chat will begin roughly a half hour before
kickoff each Saturday. This year we are again using the popular Cover it Live
set-up which is more like a live blog but we'll do our best to include fan
comments as the come in. Our staff will be live at the game providing updates in
the chat on what's going on at the stadium and discussing the expected keys to
the game.
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Ohio State game chat
Travel Guide (for home games)
Because of construction projects, getting to and out of Bloomington this year
will be challenging. Here's our story on this plus the IU guide:
special parking/shuttle set up |
Game day guide |
IU traffic/parking
Who's the favorite?
The consensus among oddsmakers in Vegas this morning is that Ohio State is an
17.5 point favorite
Hoosier Game Day
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week our staff updates the
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page every day on our More menu up top on the right of the home page.
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Pre-game Coverage
The staff have been hard at work getting you ready for today's game. Here's a rundown of stories related to
today's matchup over the past week working back from our latest coverage along
with some coverage from Indiana's opponent's site on Rivals:
Indiana will attempt to snap a three-game losing skid when they host the Ohio
State Buckeyes tomorrow night at Memorial Stadium. caught up with Ben
Axelrod from to get the latest on an Ohio State team that comes
into the game with a record of 6-0.
A look at the Buckeyes
With its undefeated record intact, the 6-0 Ohio State football will head west
tomorrow for an 8 p.m. kickoff with 2-3 Indiana. As we do each week, here's a
look at the top storylines facing the Buckeyes heading into this weekend's
showdown with the Hoosiers.
What to watch for: Ohio State vs. Indiana
Before and early into the 2012 season, Indiana head coach Kevin Wilson has
talked about what a big season he expects this year from sophomore slot receiver
Shane Wynn. On Saturday some of that potential started to show itself on the
field. Wynn caught 12 passes against Michigan State, double the highest number
of receptions he had achieved in any single game coming into Saturday.
FB Notebook: Wynn becoming that 'dynamic' slot
Bloomington (Ind.) has never been a hostile place for the Buckeyes, at least
in recent memory with Ohio State fans invading "The Rock" and giving the
Buckeyes at worst a 50-50 crowd split. Now the Buckeyes will look to avoid the
letdown game and try and move to 7-0 and surpass the win total from forgettable
2011 season.
Buckeye Grove Staff Predictions: Indiana
Indiana head coach Kevin Wilson, as well assistant coaches Mark Hagen and
Kevin Johns, met with the media earlier today and talked about a variety of
different topics. was there and we have highlighted a few of the
subjects that Wilson and his assistants touched on as the Hoosiers prepare to
take on Ohio State this Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
Tuesday's Takeaways
Indiana coach Kevin Wilson met with the media earlier this afternoon along
with assistant coaches Mark Hagen and Kevin Johns. Watch what the staff had to
say in anticipation of Saturday night's contest with the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Coach TV: Ohio State pregame
Buckeye Grove breaks down the Indiana Hoosiers by position in anticipation of
Saturday night's Big Ten battle in Bloomington.
Tale of the Tape: Indiana
Earlier today Indiana assistant coach Seth Littrell met with the media after the
Hoosiers' Tuesday morning practice. The offensive coordinator and tight ends
coach talked about the performance of his offense on Saturday against Michigan
State, as well as what he expects to see from the Ohio State defense this
weekend when the Buckeyes take on IU at Memorial Stadium.
Video: Littrell meets with the media