HOW TO WATCH
It's probably never been easier for Indiana fans to watch a football game. ABC, folks. And if you happen to live somewhere that it's not on ABC, check ESPN 2. But quite frankly, this is a slap in the face to these two programs. I'm not sure how ESPN can pass over Bloomington for GameDay AND not give this contest the respect it deserves as the GAME OF THE CENTURY.
IU-OSU oughta be getting the full court press from ESPN. I'm talking Mark Schlereth and Mike Wilbon getting paid to watch the game while other ESPN personalities crunch chips and prevent us from hearing Stink talk about the big nasties that IU has. I'm talking Brent Musberger playing with himself in the booth after a co-ed or two catch his eye. And I'm talking the Worldwide Leader Lebron-style stalking Zander Diamont and posting on SportsCenter what he tweets about the WNBA finals.
If you satellite and Hurricane Jaoquin knocks out your signal, don't forget at Watch ESPN, where you can login on your phone or computer with your TV provider info and watch Kevin Wilson crack some Buckeyes.
OTHER IMPORTANT THINGS
GAME TIME: 3:30 p.m., so the students should be lit
WEATHER: High of 68, 40% chance of rain, which is expected to fall late in the afternoon and into the evening, and 5-10 MPH winds blowing in from the SSE meaning it may swirl around the Rock after it gets in the open end of the stadium.
GAMBLING: The Sharks are on Ohio State. The line has moved from OSU being -19.5 to -21 since it opened last weekend. (Westgate Superbook)
Oh Holy Butt: Ohio State 55, Indiana 42
Alex Robbins: Ohio State 41, Indiana 31. Indiana gets up a couple scores in the first half and leads late into the third. But Ohio State's talent and a couple Hoosier turnovers are too much to overcome.
Kyle Robbins: Indiana 38, Ohio State 35. [Screw] it.
Jacob Rude: Ohio State 45, Indiana 38
David Siegel: Indiana 37, Ohio State 34
Kyle Swick: Ohio State 42, Indiana 28. The Hoosiers score a last-second touchdown for the backdoor cover.
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