College Football 2019: Where to Watch Ohio State vs Indiana, TV Channel, Live Stream and Odds

From Clemson to Alabama and Georgia, college football heavyweights have started the season on the front foot courtesy of free-scoring offenses.

Not to be outdone by its rivals, Ohio State has followed the trend so far, putting up a combined 87 points in the first two games. If a 45-21 win over Florida Atlantic in Week 1 could be filed in the "expected results" category, a 42-0 rout of Cincinnati last week was a resounding statement of intent from the Buckeyes.

Since transferring to Ohio State from Georgia in the offseason, Justin Fields has hit the ground running, throwing for 458 yards and six touchdowns in the first two games with a completion rate of 93.6 percent.

Against Cincinnati, the sophomore quarterback finished 20-of-25 for 224 yards and two touchdowns and he's now tied with Dwayne Haskins and J.T. Barrett for the most total touchdowns thrown in the first two games of the season for the Buckeyes.

Drawing major conclusions after two games is always a risky exercise but Fields already looks to be in complete control of Ohio's offense.

J.K. Dobbins was just as impressive, rushing for 141 yards and two touchdowns over 17 carries

"I think today was another step in the journey, the right step—where we want to be," Ohio State coach Ryan Day was quoted as saying by the Associated Press.

On Saturday, the Buckeyes open Big Ten play with a trip to Indiana to face the Hoosiers, who are 2-0 this season and have just thrashed Eastern Illinois 52-0.

Indiana's passing game is the conference's second-most efficient so far and the offense has fired on all cylinders so far.

Michael Penix went 14-of-20 for 197 yards and two touchdowns against Eastern Illinois, before being replaced by Peyton Ramsey, who hit 13 of his 14 passes for 226 yards and two touchdowns.

On the other side of the ball, there's room for improvement for the Hoosiers despite the fact they shutdown the Panthers in Week 2. Indiana has recorded just one takeaway in the first two games and will have to step up its defensive effort on Saturday if it is to stop Ohio State.

Here's all you need to know ahead of Saturday.

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Justin Fields #1 of the Ohio State Buckeyes runs with the ball against the Florida Atlantic Owls at Ohio Stadium on August 31 in Columbus, Ohio. Jamie Sabau/Getty

When and where is the game?

Indiana hosts Ohio State at the Indiana University Memorial Stadium in Bloomington, Indiana, on Saturday, September 14.

Kick-off is scheduled for 12 p.m. ET.

TV coverage

The game will be broadcast nationally by FOX.

Live stream

A live stream will be available via FOX Sports Go and via FOX Sports' digital platforms, as well as via fuboTV.

Series record

Ohio State and Indiana first crossed path in 1901 and have played each other 91 times in total, with the Buckeyes leading the series with 74 wins to the Hoosiers' 12.

Ohio State has won the last 23 games between the two, with the most recent success coming in October last year when the Buckeyes beat the Hoosiers 49-26 in Columbus, Ohio.

Odds

According to Oddschecker, the Buckeyes are a 15-point favorite and are 91/100 to win and cover the spread. The Hoosiers are 19/4 outsiders, while the over/under bar in terms of points scored is set at 58.5.

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