Ohio State got back in the win column, beating Army, 38-7. J.T. Barrett surpassed former Purdue quarterback Drew Brees for the most touchdowns in Big Ten history, J.K. Dobbins seems to have officially locked up the starting running back spot, and the Silver Bullets proved their dominance in stopping the run.
Whether it was offense, defense, coaching, or almost anything else, Ohio State was blown out by Oklahoma Saturday night. They still have time to recover, but what they have shown so far this season doesn’t give me much hope.
Saturday night was an opportunity for Ohio State to prove that they are the No. 2-ranked team (or better) in the country against Oklahoma in the much-anticipated top-5 matchup. They struggled on both sides of the ball and the Sooners upset the Buckeyes in Columbus.
Ohio State started slow, but they dominated Indiana in the second half to blowout the Hoosiers, 49-21. WFNY’s Josh Poloha takes a closer look at the Buckeyes’ stats.
The Buckeyes started slow, but they showed just how good they can be in 2017 after scoring a touchdown on five of their final six possessions and taking care of business at Indiana in their season opener with a dominate 49-21 win over the Hoosiers.