If you don’t know this opponent by now, maybe it’s too late. Alas, we’ve got you covered anyway. The Michigan Wolverines.
The Game remains an inescapable part of every Ohio State season.
You shouldn’t need to watch a hype trailer to get ready for The Game, but in case you do, Ohio State’s video and graphic team has outdone themselves once again. The history, the highlights, the sayings, everything is so, so well done.
Even after destroying Illinois, the Buckeyes stayed at No. 9 in the latest College Football Playoff rankings. With just two weeks left to add to their resumé, Ohio State still has a shot to make the Final Four. They must first have to take care of their own business and beat Michigan and Wisconsin first.
Fans were divided. Lines, they were drawn.
It’s been against weak competition, but 4-0 has to mean something, right? While Ohio State has dominated their way through the first four games of the season, they will face much better competition this week. Holtmann’s Buckeyes will face their first ranked team of the season in Gonzaga Thanksgiving night.
On an emotional Senior Day, Ohio State made it look easy against a very bad Illinois team. Whether it was the offense or defense, almost every Buckeye played very well in the blowout win.
People talked trash for a few years after Maryland and Rutgers joined the conference about how they were watering down the quality of play, but with teams like Illinois already stinking up the joint, I don’t think it was the new guys’ fault the B1G is looked at as weak by some folks.
It’s cliché, but Saturday could be a giant trap game for Ohio State.
Ohio State is expected to blowout Illinois Saturday afternoon, but for many Buckeyes and even fans, it will be an emotional day on Senior Day. Along with many players playing their last game in the Shoe including both seniors and redshirt sophomore and juniors who will leave early and take their talents to the NFL, it will also be the last home game for many students as well.
So, you’re telling me there’s a chance? After a hectic weekend in college football, Ohio State moves up from No. 13 to No. 9 in the latest College Football Playoff rankings. Just when you thought the Buckeyes were out of it, they still (somehow) have a good chance to make the Final Four.
Even though it was against two opponents that Ohio State should have easily beaten, getting the first-game jitters out of the way for both the new coaching staff and seven newcomers was important for the Buckeyes. Ohio State began a perfect 2-0 during the first weekend of college basketball after beating Robert Morris and Radford.
After an embarrassing performance in Iowa last week, the Buckeyes made quite a statement Saturday afternoon. Back at Ohio Stadium, Ohio State scored early and often on their way to a 48-3 rout over No. 12 Michigan State. Whether it was the offense or the defense, both sides of the ball dominated for the scarlet and gray.
Can the Buckeyes bounce back from last week’s shellacking? Let’s take a look at the team they’ll be doing it against.
The Ohio State Buckeyes are not having the season they expected. The Michigan State Spartans are having a fantastic rebound season. As the two prepare to clash, here is everything you need to know.
For the first time in the Urban Meyer Era, the Ohio State Buckeyes have lost two regular season games in the same season. At No. 13, the chances are very slim that Ohio State will make the Playoff even if they win out. The Buckeyes will need some major help and plenty of chaos to take place in order to make the Final Four. It all starts Saturday afternoon against Michigan State. Ohio State’s video and graphic team gets you ready for the game with this intense trailer.
Ohio State’s playoff hopes are very slim after their horrible loss at Iowa that dropped them to No. 13 in second (and most recent) Playoff rankings, but they still have plenty to play for. The Buckeyes control their own destiny in the Big Ten. It all starts this weekend when they host No. 12 Michigan State Saturday afternoon. The Spartans are coming off of an upset win over Penn State.
Whether it’s Ezekiel Elliott, Mike Weber, or J.K. Dobbins, just to name a few, Ohio State has had plenty of talent in the backfield during the Urban Meyer Era. In four of the Buckeyes’ last five losses, the group has been underutilized. Although Urban Meyer has continuously stated that things will change, the running backs have disappeared when you look at the box score when Ohio State loses. That must change.
Ohio State was walking into a trap in Iowa City on Saturday. Everyone knew it, except Ohio State. The Hawkeyes ambushed the Buckeyes 55-24 on Saturday.
Iowa may not be very good at football, but they have a lot of famous alumni and a really, really cool new tradition.