The Ohio State-Michigan football game will start at noon on Nov. 26 in Ohio Stadium, the Big Ten announced today. The game will be televised on either ABC or ESPN. Currently the Buckeyes are ranked No.2 in both major polls and the Wolverines are No.4.
The Ohio State-Michigan football game will start atnoononNov. 26in Ohio Stadium, the Big Ten announced today.
The game will be televised on either ABC or ESPN.
Currently the Buckeyes are ranked No.2 in both major polls and the Wolverines are No.4.
With the announcement, the starting times for all but two Ohio State games have been determined.
The remaining schedule:
Saturday, Indiana,3:30 p.m.in Ohio Stadium.
Oct. 15, at Wisconsin, 8 p.m.
Oct. 22, at Penn State, 8 p.m.
Oct. 29, Northwestern,5:30 p.m.in Ohio Stadium.
Nov. 5, Nebraska,8 p.m.in Ohio Stadium.
Nov. 12, at Maryland, time TBA
Nov. 19, at Michigan State, time TBA
Nov. 26, Michigan,noonin Ohio StadiumSchiano pays fine
A guilty plea was enteredTuesdayfor Ohio State defensive co-coordinator Greg Schiano for the ticket of not obeying a traffic control device in regards to the accident in which his car struck a bicyclist around6:30 a.m.at a campus-area intersection Sept.22.
The fine and court costs totaling $152 for the ticket were paid by Schiano's attorney Bradley P. Koffel, according Franklin County Municipal Court records.
The bicyclist, third-year Ohio State medical student Dain Landholm, 26, reportedly suffered a head injury in the accident and spent a week in the hospital before being released a week ago.