Can the Buckeyes bounce back from last week’s shellacking? Let’s take a look at the team they’ll be doing it against.
Save for a miracle run in the Big Ten Tournament, the Ohio State Buckeyes all but said goodbye to any hopes of playing in this year’s March Madness.
The Michigan State Spartans may have been 3-7 entering Saturday, but they gave the Ohio State Buckeyes a game yet again, just like they seemed to have done in the last four meetings since Urban Meyer became the head coach in Columbus. Luckily for the Bucks, the defense was able to hold off Sparty in
Is it revenge if the team you’re playing is suddenly much, much worse than they were a year ago? The Ohio State Buckeyes are about to find out.
Looking at Saturday’s matinee game, many may think that the Ohio State Buckeyes should have an easy, cake walk-type game against the 3-7 Michigan State Spartans. While the scarlet and gray may be 22-point favorites, they have revenge on their minds after Sparty came into The Shoe last year and gave the Buckeyes their lone loss
Not much ‘good’ and a whole lotta ‘bad.’
132 total yards? Eesh.
One last Ohio State home game. One last hype trailer. Saturday is Senior Day at the Shoe.
Another week, another absolutely crazy finish to a college football game that might have altered the ACC conference chase. This time, it was the Miami Hurricanes freshly off firing their head coach returning a ball on special teams as the clock hit all-zeroes and the Duke Blue Devils on the short end of the stick.
The 2015 College Football Playoff (CFP) Selection Committee made waves when Ohio State rose in the final rankings to displace a TCU Horned Frog team who not only dropped behind the Buckeyes but also behind a Baylor Bears team whom they had been slotted ahead for several weeks. The committee merely noted each week was
If there is one trait that characterizes Tom Izzo’s Michigan State teams, it’s physical play down low. If there’s one thing that has plagued the Buckeyes since Jared Sullinger left, it’s the lack of a consistent, effective shotblocker or post presence. In the Big Ten quarterfinals on Friday night, Michigan State ran Ohio State up
Let’s see what you got, JT.
Basing your analyses of the Big Ten basketball season on anything other than pure randomness has seemingly been a fruitless task. There’s no better example of this than the current campaign for the Ohio State Buckeyes. Let’s recap just a bit: Two losses to Penn State, the first two in Thad Matta’s tenure; wins at
Last night was an eye opening evening in my favorite sport. As I laid in my bed with a wicked sore throat, I had a few moments of clarity as conference play began all over the country. Iowa State, which is one of the five remaining unbeaten teams, is to me the clear front runner
An outcome assured, I was armed with thoughts of disappointment. The Buckeyes, relatively untested through 15 games, headed to East Lansing for their toughest game on the regular season slate, and they didn’t look ready for it. A season-high 17 turnovers in the game’s first 32 minutes, the team’s two leading scorers in LaQuinton Ross
24. In 24 straight contests, the Buckeyes have come out victorious, subpar schedule or not. It’s something that no one in the current college football landscape can claim. To get to 25, however, they’ll need to beat their first Top 10 opponent in that stretch. The Michigan State Spartans are looking to make their own
In this piece, I will strive to explain why Ohio State will be playing for the BCS title if they can defeat Michigan State this Saturday. What I’m not going to do is defend Ohio State’s resume against that of Auburn. It is asinine and disingenuous to bury your head, point at a two touchdown
Flashback to February 24th. The Buckeyes were trailing by six points at the half to the Michigan State Spartans in The Schott. Deshaun Thomas was struggling (1-for-8 shooting), and the Buckeyes needed another scorer to step up their game. Enter Aaron Craft, who scored 17 of his career high 21 points in the second half
Winning on the road in the Big Ten conference isn’t easy. Winning on the road in East Lansing is even more difficult. The Buckeyes nearly did it on the back of Deshaun Thomas, who continued his march as the Big Ten’s best scorer with a 28 point masterpiece. However, Thomas didn’t get the shots in
Let me get this out of the way: Coming into the game, I thought the Buckeyes were going to lose Saturday night. Yes, in the ‘Shoe, in Urban’s first home night game with all of the recruits looking on in front of a packed house. I did. I thought that Ohio State’s banged up line-backing