Michigan State vs. Ohio State: How to watch, odds, injuries, weather, prediction

Michigan State's Montorie Foster Jr. catches a touchdown pass against Nebraska during the fourth quarter on Saturday, Nov. 4, 2023, at Spartan Stadium in East Lansing.
Michigan State's Montorie Foster Jr. catches a touchdown pass against Nebraska during the fourth quarter on Saturday, Nov. 4, 2023, at Spartan Stadium in East Lansing. /
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Saturday night’s Michigan State vs. Ohio State game probably won’t draw record numbers because, well, the talent gap is fairly large.

The Spartans are 3-6 on the year and Ohio State is 9-0 and ranked No. 1 in the country.

No one is really expecting a close game, but Michigan State shocked the No. 1 Buckeyes back in 1998 and nothing is impossible.

Here’s how to watch the Michigan State vs. Ohio State game on Saturday evening.

How to watch Michigan State vs. Ohio State: TV channel and live stream

Date: Saturday, Nov. 11
Start Time: 7:30 p.m. ET
Location: Columbus, Ohio
TV Channel: NBC
Live Stream: FuboTV | Peacock

Latest Michigan State vs. Ohio State injury report

Injury news courtesy of covers.com

Michigan State

QUESTIONABLE: LB Darius Snow (undisclosed), TE Maliq Carr (undisclosed), WR Jaron Glover (foot), OL Brandon Baldwin (undisclosed), RB Davion Primm (undisclosed)

OUT: QB Noah Kim (undisclosed), WR Tre Mosley (undisclosed), RB Jalen Berger (undisclosed – out for season), RB Joseph Martinez (undisclosed), DL Ken Talley (undisclosed), OL Cole Dellinger (undisclosed), RB Jaelon Barbarin (undisclosed – out for season), OL Stanton Ramil (leg – out for season), OL Gavin Broscious (knee), LB Jacoby Windmon (pectoral – out for season), LB Quavian Carter (undisclosed), DB Semar Melvin (undisclosed), LB Ma’a Gaoteote (undisclosed), DL Alex VanSumeren (undisclosed), DB Armorion Smith (undisclosed – out for season), TE Tyneil Hopper (leg)

Ohio State

QUESTIONABLE: TE Joe Royer (undisclosed), S Lathan Ransom (leg), CB Denzel Burke (undisclosed)

OUT: QB Devin Brown (ankle), WR Nolan Baudo (undisclosed), RB Miyan Williams (undisclosed – out for season), RB TC Caffey (knee), WR Joop Mitchell (undisclosed), WR Kyion Grayes (undisclosed), S Jayden Bonsu (undisclosed), WR Reis Stocksdale (knee – out for season), TE Zak Herbstreit, TE Bennett Christian (undisclosed – out for season)

Michigan State vs. Ohio State weather report (Updated Nov. 10)

According to the weather report for Columbus on Saturday evening, the winds will be low (around 5 mph) but the temperature around kickoff will be around 45 degrees. It’s going to be a chilly game as the temperatures may dip into the 30s by the time the game is over.

Michigan State vs. Ohio State series history

The series history is a little lopsided here as Ohio State leads 36-15. The Buckeyes have been dominant against the Spartans in recent years as the last Michigan State win was all the way back in 2015. The Buckeyes are on a seven-game winning streak in the series.

Latest Michigan State vs. Ohio State odds

Spread: Ohio State -31.5
Moneyline: Michigan State +2500 | Ohio State -9000
Over/Under: 46.5

Prediction for Michigan State vs. Ohio State

Michigan State is going into one of the most hostile environments for a night game which just doesn’t seem right given the fact that the Spartans are just 3-6, but that’s how the scheduling played out, I guess. I don’t see this one being all that close. We’ll see a solid game for a quarter like last year’s game, but then the hope will fizzle away in the final three quarters.

Prediction: Michigan State 10, Ohio State 45

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