COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio State's matchup against Michigan on April 14, which will occur at 11 a.m. prior to the football Spring Game at Ohio Stadium, will be televised by BTN, the network announced today.
With the addition of the Michigan game, Ohio State will have eight games broadcast on national television during the regular season, which is a program-record and as many as any team in the country.
The remainder of the Buckeyes' BTN slate includes the game vs. the Wolverines and an April 28 contest against Rutgers, which will be the regular season finale. Ohio State also has four upcoming games slated to be televised on ESPNU: vs. Notre Dame (March 25), vs. Penn State (March 31) at Johns Hopkins (April 6) and at Maryland (April 22).
After this Saturday's contest at Denver, all six of Ohio State's remaining regular season games will be seen on either BTN or ESPNU. The Big Ten Tournament, which occurs May 3-5 in Ann Arbor, Mich., is slated to be televised live by BTN. Every NCAA Tournament game will appear on the ESPN family of networks, as it has in the past.