PASADENA, CA – JANUARY 01: Ohio State Buckeyes offensive coordinator Ryan Day looks on during the second half in the Rose Bowl Game presented by Northwestern Mutual at the Rose Bowl on January 1, 2019 in Pasadena, California. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)The Ohio State Buckeyes dealt with a decent amount of drama last year, which included plenty of rumors surrounding Urban Meyer. With Ryan Day now taking over as the head coach, let’s take a look at their schedule for the upcoming season.Ohio State’s three games out of its league will come against Florida Atlantic, Cincinnati and Miami of Ohio. All of these matchups will take place in Columbus at Ohio Stadium.While the beginning of the season won’t be extremely tough for the Buckeyes, they still scheduled a few solid matchups. The new coaching staff will start its tenure with a showdown against Lane Kiffin.Out of all the non-conference games on the schedule, the showdown with Cincinnati might be the most intriguing. After all, the Bearcats finished last season with an 11-2 record.Despite not having the most challenging start to the season, the Buckeyes will get their share of tests in the Big Ten.Here’s the entire slate for the 2019 season:August 31: vs. Florida Atlantic (in Atlanta)September 7: vs. CincinnatiSeptember 14: at IndianaSeptember 21: vs. Miami (OH)September 28: at NebraskaOctober 5: vs. Michigan StateOctober 12: ByeOctober 18: at NorthwesternOctober 26: vs. WisconsinNovember 2: ByeNovember 9: vs. MarylandNovember 16: at RutgersNovember 23: vs. Penn StateNovember 30: at MichiganThis isn’t too grueling of a schedule for Ohio State, but the final month of the season doesn’t do the program any favors.It’s very likely that the last game of the regular season could decide the Big Ten. Considering how easily the Buckeyes won this matchup last season, the Wolverines will certainly be searching for revenge.