Here’s how you can watch Saturday evening’s Ohio State vs Penn State game from Beaver Stadium online.
Ohio State might just be the best team in the country this year and that comes as a surprise to many seeing as the Buckeyes lost so much talent from 2015’s 12-1 squad. The Buckeyes are 6-0 and are coming off a seven-point overtime road win against No. 8 Wisconsin.
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Junior quarterback J.T. Barrett has established himself as a major Heisman Trophy threat. He has passed for 1,207 yards and 16 touchdowns with only four picks while also rushing for 434 yards and a team-high six TDs.
Curtis Samuel might be the most dynamic player on the team, though. He has 456 rushing yards and three touchdowns, leading the team in yards per carry, to go along with 403 receiving yards and three more scores, leading the team. Keep an eye on top rusher Mike Weber as well.
Penn State, on the other hand, is a tough team to judge halfway through the season. The Nittany Lions looked to be a middle-of-the-pack team at the start of the year, but they are off to a nice 4-2 start with a chance to make a statement against Ohio State.
Surprisingly, Trace McSorley looks more effective under center this season than Christian Hackenberg looked over the past couple of years. The sophomore has passed for over 1,400 yards and eight touchdowns and is second on the team, behind Saquon Barkley, in rushing.
Barkley leads the team with 582 yards and eight touchdowns on 5.0 yards per carry. Chris Godwin, a preseason Big Ten Receiver of the Year candidate, is second on the team with 23 catches for 325 yards and two scores. DeAndre Thompkins leads the team in receiving.
Here’s how you can watch Saturday’s Ohio State vs Penn State game online: