Buckeyes get at least three prime-time games
APR 15, 2014 11:16a ET
Urban Meyer's Ohio State Buckeyes remain a prime-time attraction.
The Big Ten announced prime-time games as part of it's ESPN/ABC television package for 2014, and the Buckeyes will play three featured games.
The Sept. 6 home opener vs. Virginia Tech will kick off at 8 p.m, as will two Big Ten games: Oct. 25 at Penn State and Nov. 1 vs. Illinois.
The Big Ten traditionally has not played prime-time games in November, meaning the Nov. 8 Big Ten Championship Game rematch at Michigan State is likely headed for a 3:30 p.m. start but no announcement has been made.
The season opener at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore had been previously announced as a noon start. The regular-season finale vs. Michigan will remain a day game but that start time is traditionally not announced until early November.
The Big Ten Network will announce its prime-time games next week, so Ohio could end up with more night games.