Here are things you’ll want to know about the Ohio State game at Rutgers:
1. Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in High Point Solutions Stadium (52,454) in Piscataway, New Jersey.
2. The weather should be nice, with partly cloudy skies and a gametime temperature in the 60s.
3. Ohio State (3-1) is favored by 29 points over Rutgers (1-3), which has had losses to No. 8 Washington, Eastern Michigan and Nebraska and a win over Morgan State.
3. This will be Ohio State's first trip to Rutgers since former defensive coordinator Chris Ash was hired to be Rutgers' head coach.
4. Meanwhile, former Rutgers head coach Greg Schiano is now Ohio State's defensive coordinator. In 11 seasons at Rutgers, Schiano took the Scarlet Knights to six bowl games.
5. The game is being televised by the Big Ten Network, whose crew will be Kevin Kugler (play-by-play), Matt Millen (analysis) and Lisa Byington (sideline).
6. You also can hear the game on local radio at 97.1 The Fan with announcers Paul Keels (play-by-play), Jim Lachey (analysis) and Matt Andrews (sideline).
7. Since Rutgers joined the Big Ten, they have played the Buckeyes three times and lost by a combined total score of 163-24. They played last year in Ohio Stadium, and Ohio State came away with a 58-0 shutout.
8. Expect to hear a lot about ... Rutgers quarterback Kyle Bolin, a transfer from Louisville, who is averaging 160 passing per game ... tight end Jerome Washington, who has 15 catches for 135 yards ... and dangerous kick returner Janarion Grant, who is the Scarlet Knights’ all-time kickoff return yardage leader.
9. Quarterback J.T. Barrett needs just 200 more yards passing to catch Art Schlichter as Ohio State's all-time leader in career passing yards. Schlichter's record is 7,547 yards.
10. OSU's Parris Campbell currently leads the nation in kickoff return average at 45.6 yards per return. He’s had a return of 40 yards or more in three consecutive games.