Depending almost entirely on which school lies closest to our place of birth or where we spent the four years we will be pining for the rest of our lives, we defend the pure vision of the “Committee” or deride their complete and abject misunderstanding.
Three years ago, Akron had its third straight 1-11 season. Now, they’re looking to claim their first-ever bowl victory.
Whether you’re a Buckeye, Bobcat, Rocket, Falcon, Bearcat, or Zip, there is plenty for Ohioans to look forward to in the 2015-16 bowl season. With so many games coming up we wanted to take a look ahead at the matchups, records, stakes, and pertinent data. Raycom Media Camellia Bowl Ohio Bobcats (8-4) vs. Appalachian State
College football connects past and present like no other sport. Schools enjoy spirited rivalries that date back to the 19th century and many are lucky enough to trade personalized hardware. Rivalry trophies represent folklore, tradition, or in some cases meticulous marketing. With fifteen trophies available in the Big Ten and the Ohio State Buckeyes on a bye, I
Undefeated teams clash in Columbus as NIU travels east to play No. 1 Ohio State. Cardale Jones (and J.T. Barrett?) and Drew Hare will duel at QB before a national TV audience.
Ohio State returns to Columbus for their first home game as reigning champs. An in-depth look at what the Hawaii-Ohio State may hold.
National Signing Day is the day when high school football players all across the country make their final decision on where they intend to play their college football for next three or four years. Ohio is a hotbed of high school football talent, so many of the big time colleges around the country look at Ohio
After falling as far back as the No. 16 ranked team during the College Football Playoff committee’s first ranking on October 16, the Ohio State Buckeyes have cemented the No. 4 spot and will play the Alabama Crimson Tide in this season’s Sugar Bowl. The team has built quite the resume since the committee’s initial
The high school football season has wrapped up after this past weekend’s state championship games in Columbus. All seven of the divisions’ champions were decided from Thursday through Saturday night. Northeast Ohio had two champions crowned. St. Edward won the Division I championship, while Benedictine won the Division IV championship. In other high school football
The Ohio high school playoffs have finally reached the pinnacle of the season as two teams in each of the seven Ohio divisions fight for the championship trophy. In Division I, St. Edward is on a roll after cruising past Hudson on Saturday. Benedictine beat Steubenville to advance to the Division IV championship game. This
The high school playoffs in Ohio are getting to the final few games of the season. This past week’s games were filled with close and exciting matchups. Hudson won the big rematch versus Mentor in a blowout victory over the Cardinals. St. Edward continued their roll through the playoffs, while Mayfield upset Bedford. In college
Playoffs are well underway in Ohio high school football and just around the corner in college football. Ohio State is continuing their run to get into this year’s new college football playoffs. The big matchup in Division III between Mount Union and John Carroll was as good as advertised with the Purple Raiders narrowly beating
Week 11 of college and high school football in Ohio saw a lot of important matchups transpire. In college football, Ohio State made a huge move in playoff contention with their convincing win over Michigan State. The MAC is starting to spread out and the real contenders are emerging. John Carroll and Mount Union remained
Week 10 is in the books and a lot of big games are coming up in the next few weeks in Ohio. In high school football in Ohio, the regular season has ended and the teams are preparing for the playoffs next week. Hudson and St. Edward are entering the playoffs on a roll with
Can the Buckeyes make quick work of the Illini?
Buckeyes lucky leaving not-so-Happy Valley with a ‘W.’
Week 8 of college and high school football in Ohio is in the books. In college, Ohio State’s offense continued its roll with a dominating win over Rutgers. The MAC is getting tighter and tighter this week with losses by Bowling Green and Akron. The OAC elite of John Carroll and Mount Union are both
Week 7 has come and gone in college and high school football in Ohio. In college, the Akron Zips look to be a factor in the MAC and win their first league championship in many years. The OAC elite, John Carroll and Mount Union, remain unbeaten on the season. The state of Mississippi has two teams,
Ohio State continued their winning ways while many others in the Top 25 had a dissimilar weekend.
Who’s the new No. 1 in the wake of St. Edward losing their second straight game?