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Western Michigan Broncos vs No. 1 Ohio State Buckeyes: How to watch, listen, stream, follow

The Broncos head to Columbus, OH to take on the defending national champion Ohio State Buckeyes

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Quick Game Info

Who: #1 Ohio State Buckeyes (3-0) vs Western Michigan Broncos (1-2)

Where: Ohio Stadium ("The Horseshoe), Columbus, OH

When: Saturday, September 26th, 3:30 pm

TV: ABC nationally with exceptions in parts of Montana and states along the mid-and-south Atlantic coast, where the game will be shown on ESPN2

Radio: Listen live here. Or check out 96.5 FM (Kalamazoo), 94.1 FM (Lansing, Jackson, Battle Creek), 101.3FM (Grand Rapids), or 1130 AM (Detroit)

Streaming: WatchESPN



Players To Watch:

Daniel Braverman, WR, WMU - The junior WR is leading the nation in receptions and has exceptional speed.  Can he get going against a furious Buckeye defense?

Darius Phillips, CB/Returner, WMU - After returning two kicks for big gains against Michigan State, can Phillips do the same to Ohio State on Saturday?  On defense, his speed and awareness have been huge for the Broncos so far, as he has their only interception (which he returned for a touchdown).  He may be the man guarding the electric Braxton Miller

Zach Terrell, QB, WMU - After a solid game against Michigan State, Terrell had a subpar game against Georgia Southern.  Now going on the road again, this time to face the #1 team in the nation, can Terrell lead his team with another efficient performance?  Or does he put the Broncos in a hole early on?

Cardale Jones, QB, OSU - Named the starter on Wednesday after a rough game against NIU last week, Jones will presumably have a short leash to work with.  Should he struggle out of the gate, JT Barrett should see some action, but the powerful Jones will have a say first.

Braxton Miller, WR, OSU - Miller is an electric QB-turned-WR for the Buckeyes, and put on a show in their Week 1 match-up with Virginia Tech.  With his athleticism, the Broncos could be in for a long day on offense.

Joey Bosa, DE, OSU - If the Broncos want to win, they have to shut down Bosa, who is regarded as the top DE-prospect for the upcoming NFL Draft.  Bosa had 3 QB hurries, 6 total tackles, and 2.5 TFL against NIU last week.