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.
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.
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For the Ohio State Buckeyes, New Year’s Eve could have been an all night party. Not only during (and throughout) their National Semifinal, but following the game, when the party would have led into 2017 and until next fall. In case you were busy at your own party, that’s not what happened. At all. In
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It’s been a while since we’ve seen the Buckeyes play. Let this video get you ready for this weekend.
For the first time since 2008, an Ohio State Buckeye takes home a national award for being the best at his position.
To little surprise following last week’s awards, a host of Ohio State Buckeyes were named All-Big Ten by the Associated Press.
While not earning as much hardware as the defensive side of the ball, Ohio State’s offensive stars earned their fair share of Big Ten recognition.
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,
Ohio State scraped past the Spartans of Michigan State and WFNY digs in to the good, bad, and ugly from the one-point win.
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
The Good without Bad or Ugly continues to be the norm for the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Saturday afternoon’s game wasn’t supposed to be close, but it also wasn’t supposed to be that big of a blowout either. Whether it was quarterback J.T. Barrett, H-back Curtis Samuel, or any of the other number of touchdown scorers, the Ohio State Buckeyes scored early and often in their 62-3 blowout win over the Maryland
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Not much bad or ugly to be had after the Buckeyes’ drubbing of the Nebraska Cornhuskers at The Shoe.
With a bunch of big-time recruits in attendance and in front of the second-biggest crowd in Ohio Stadium history, the Ohio State Buckeyes put on a show both offensively and defensively in their blowout 62-3 win over No. 10 Nebraska Saturday night. Whether it was quarterback J.T. Barrett, H-back Curtis Samuel, safety Malik Hooker, or
The Buckeyes got past Northwestern, but it certainly wasn’t a perfect game. WFNY looks at the good, bad and ugly from last Saturday’s contest.
It wasn’t pretty, but the Ohio State Buckeyes were able to redeem themselves after last weeks loss. Back in Ohio Stadium for the first time in three weeks, the scarlet and gray were able to hold off the Northwestern Wildcats, 24-20, in an afternoon and night that had perfect weather for football. Quarter by Quarter