For the original poster, I have an idea: Why don't you just not visit mgoblog? What in the world were you expecting to find there besides arrogant michigan fans??
Those are mostly all the same question just worded differently, "Why did we run so much more than we passed?"
Hey, another China Buckeye! I've been living and watching Buckeye games in China for the past six years so I know all about this.
Your best option for this game live is going to be WatchESPN. The quality of the WatchESPN stream blows away those from the bootleg streaming websites. It's nearly HD if your internet connection is solid. In order to use WatchESPN you need information for a cable subscription in America. Chances are that you have a friend or family member that would be happy to share their cable account information with you (it doesn't cost them anything extra for you to use it). To make WatchESPN work from China you will also need a VPN. If you've been in China for any length of time you probably have a VPN service already and if not you should really get one. A VPN can give you a secure connection with an American IP Address that makes it look like you're in the States. It allows you to use location specific services like WatchESPN and Netflix and also allows you access to all the websites that are blocked in China like Facebook and Youtube. VPNs cost a few dollars but they're worth every penny. If you need more info about let me know.
Another awesome but lesser known service is something called USTVNow at www.ustvnow.com. They are set up to give American expats abroad access to live American television, and best of all it's FREE! The free service only gives you access to the major broadcast networks (abc, nbc, cbs, fox) but that's enough for this game and many others. The stream quality is usually decent but can be spotty.
If you have to watch the game live and none of the above works for then there are always the bootleg streaming websites. There are several of these but the most popular one is probably FirstRowSports at http://www.firstrows.eu/ among other places. I don't really like these sites as the streams are unreliable and they're full of pop up ads. However they have pretty much every major sporting event live so if you need to watch the game this may be your best/only option.
Another useful option for streaming Buckeye games is the Big Ten Network's BTN2GO. The only games they stream live are those that the Big Ten Network has the rights to. However they stream replays of all Big Ten home games from any network the next day in America (after noon Sunday in China). This is a great way to catch up on Buckeye games that you don't catch live. Like WatchESPN, BTN2Go also requires cable account information.
Finally the last option to check out is a TV channel called ASN or the All Sports Network. This is a channel that several foreign bars and restaurants in my city get through a satellite or IPTV package. ASN plays a lot of both college and NFL football games. They aren't playing the Ohio State/Penn State game live but they are showing a replay of it at 6pm so maybe you could find a bar to watch it. Check out the schedule of games ASN has here http://www.asn.tv/schedule
Its pretty lame that we keep just reusing the same alternate uniforms. For a few years there we were getting new ones each year but now we just use the same ones over and over.
Those chrome ones are fine and all but they're not really that special. They're basically just different enough to be called alternates but don't really bring anything new or different to the table. Casual viewers probably won't even notice them.
You would think we could get Nike to design some new and different ones by now.
We didn't drop because of the navy game. We dropped because Braxton Miller is out for the season. If that that had been known before the first poll we probably would have started out somehwere around 12
However the schedule listed at the bottom here doesn't seem to have the Buckeye game so perhaps that wont work.
Heres one possible thing to check out. CBSSports.com has a service called ULive that streams college sports live. It costs 17.95 a month but theres an offer there for one week free so perhaps you can take advantage of that just to watch the OSU/Navy game.