The Ohio State football team takes on Purdue this weekend in their first trip since the infamous 2018 loss. It was the loss that kept the Buckeyes from making the College Football Playoff and was one of the inexplicable losses in the Urban Meyer era.
Ryan Day aims to avoid making that same mistake in West Lafayette. It’s a trap game for sure with Penn State on the docket next week. Can the Buckeyes fix the running game this week? That’s something I will be watching in this game for sure.
How to watch this game has been much talked about. We know the game is at noon. It’s unfortunately on Peacock and not the free version. It’s a version that you must pay for. Who wants to buy a subscription to a streaming service for just one game you’re going to watch?
Peacock used to offer a free trial period. That would have been easier to do because you could just buy it on Friday and cancel it after the game and you could watch the Ohio State football team for free. That’s no longer an option. That doesn’t mean you can’t watch the game in other ways though.
Besides Peacock, you can also stream this game live on Fubo TV. If you’re looking for some other ways to get around paying for Peacock, you can search for some…uh…other streams online. There are plenty that you can find with a simple Google search that should get you what you’re looking for.
For those that aren’t as versed on finding games using alternative methods, make sure you have some virus protection if that’s the route you want to take. If you want to play it safe, eat the $6 for the one month you’ll use it. Or you can keep it for Ohio State basketball season.
However you consume the Ohio State Buckeyes this weekend, let’s hope they have a better time in West Lafayette than they did last time.