Ohio State vs. Wisconsin: Stream, injury report, broadcast info for Saturday

OK. It’s a fall Saturday in the fall and that must mean (looks at the calendar) there’s another Ohio State football game on tap.

Sure enough, it’s a big one as well with the Buckeyes’ first Big Ten game on tap.

It’s not a soft landing into the conference season either, because a very physical and disciplined Wisconsin team is in town to tussle in the ‘Shoe at night in a blackout, a must-see occasion.

In today’s day and age, Ohio State can be found and watched, but sometimes it can be like wading through all the noise to find the game and pick some valuable information necessary to prepare for the game. That’s where we come in.

We’ve got all the information you need to find the game so that you can watch or stream it on whatever high-definition device of your choice.

Here's when you should tune in to see the game Date: Saturday, September 24 Time: 7:30 p.m. ET TV Channel: ABC Live Stream: fuboTV (watch here)

Ohio State vs. Wisconsin injury report Ohio State  injury report The Buckeyes don’t release a depth chart or injury report before the game but will provide an availability report just a couple of hours before kickoff. All eyes will be on TreVeyon Henderson who left the game early against Toledo, as well as receivers Jaxon Smith-Njigba and Julian Fleming. Both played last week but it’s still unknown how healthy both are.

Wisconsin  injury report The Badgers have some concerns in the secondary, including top corner Alexander Smith. Here are the rest of the Badgers unavailable for the game against the Buckeyes.

Out against OSU: Cornerback Alexander Smith (RS SR) – right hamstring injury Safety Hunter Wohler (SO) – left leg injury Tight end Cam Large (RS SO) – right leg injury Outside linebacker Aaron Witt (RS SO) – right leg injury Quarterback Chase Wolf (Redshirt SR) – right knee injury

Out for the season: Defensive end Isaac Townsend (RS JR) – left leg injury Safety Travian Blaylock (RS SR) – right knee injury Defensive end Mike Jarvis (FR) – left leg injury Inside linebacker Luna Larson (FR) – right leg injury

Players to Watch Ohio State Tommy Eichenberg, Linebacker – Eichenberg has been a difference maker on this Ohio State defense so far in 2022. His marriage with the new scheme and coaching has been a great one. He leads the Buckeyes in tackles and has shown an ability to flow to the ball and make disruptive plays. 

Players to Watch Ohio State He’ll need to read and diagnose plays in the running game, stuff the hole and get Wisconsin off schedule to take the Badgers out of their game plan.

Players to Watch Ohio State Players to Watch 2022 Stats 19 tackles, 2 sacks

Players to Watch Wisconsin All eyes will be on running back Braelon Allen, but if Wisconsin is going to win this game, it’ll need quarterback Graham Mertz to make enough plays when called upon in the passing game to keep the Ohio State defense honest. 

Players to Watch Wisconsin So far in 2022, Mertz has shown improvement after a couple of very inconsistent years under center coming in. He needs to be a difference maker for the Badgers to have a chance.

Players to Watch Wisconsin 2022 Stats 44-of-62 for 697 yards, 6 TDs, 2 INTs


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