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.
Urban Meyer announced a program record nine captains for the 2017 season. Of the nine, one is quarterback J.T. Barrett, who is the first player on Ohio State football history to be named a captain three separate times.
The Buckeyes are expected to have the best defensive line group in college football this season, but defensive coordinator Greg Schiano believes that it’s so good that it’s even better than the one’s he coached during his time in the NFL.
The Ohio State Buckeyes are loaded in 2017 despite two straight NFL-heavy departure classes. Here is who you might here called at the 2018 NFL Draft.
The Ohio State Buckeyes’ 2016 season came to a screeching halt on Saturday night as they suffered a 31-0 loss to Clemson. WFNY takes a look at the good, bad, and ugly.
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
It’s been a while since we’ve seen the Buckeyes play. Let this video get you ready for this weekend.
The Ohio State defense and special teams units took home a ton of hardware on Tuesday night when the Big Ten named their award winners.
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 Ohio State Buckeyes struggle in night games at Happy Valley and that trend continued Saturday night against the Penn State Nittany Lions. Whether it was special teams, offense, defense, or the coaching, the Bucks struggled immensely, losing to their unranked conference opponent, 24-21. Quarter by Quarter First Quarter 11:16 – Fourth-and-6 – Ohio State blocks
The offense sputtered a bit out of the gate, but the J.T. Barrett-led Ohio State Buckeyes dominated the Tulsa Golden Hurricane to the tune of 48-3.