Ohio State and Michigan State battled for Big Ten supremacy last season, with the Spartans defeating the Buckeyes in the conference’s championship game, 34-24.
Both teams are again expected to compete for a conference title in 2014, with the two programs likely to each be ranked in the top 10 many of the preseason polls.
They’ll meet on the field Nov. 8 in East Lansing, and they’ll do it at night.
— Spartan Football (@MSU_Football) July 10, 2014
Night games in November are a rarity for the Big Ten, but they’re not for Ohio State, who will play in five night games this upcoming season, a record for the Buckeyes.