It’s cliché, but Saturday could be a giant trap game for Ohio State.
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.
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.
Like the past few games, Ohio State had plenty of good and very little bad and ugly for this past weekend’s demolition over Maryland. The Buckeyes had just one non-good part of the game, but that one thing is very concerning moving forward.
Much like they have since their game against Rutgers last weekend, Ohio State scored early and often and took control of the game from the start to dominate Maryland, 62-14. The offense and defense had arguably their best games of the season.
When a team dominates (and shuts out) a team in a 56-0 win, it’s hard to find anything bad during the game. With that said, we take a closer look at the box score and look at all the good things that Ohio State did Saturday night at Rutgers.
Both Ohio State offense and defense made it look easy in their 56-0 win over Rutgers. Whether it was through the air or on the ground, the Buckeyes offense dominated on their way to scoring 56 points. Also, for the second time in as many years, the Silver Bullets shutout Rutgers.
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.
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The Ohio State Buckeyes handled the Michigan Wolverines in double overtime on Saturday and there were plenty of good, bad, and ugly components to the gigantic victory.
Since their first game in their storied 113-game rivalry that started in 1897, not a single game between the Ohio State Buckeyes and Michigan Wolverines has gone to overtime. That all changed Saturday afternoon. In a double-overtime thriller that featured plenty of defense, offense, and hard-hitting, game-changing plays all over the field from both teams,
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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