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After suffering their first loss of the season at the hands of Syracuse last week, Ohio State fell three spots to No. 19 in the latest AP Poll.
Although he’s one of three players invited to the Heisman Trophy presentation in New York City Saturday night, Dwayne Haskins has just the third-best odds to win the award. His odds somehow fell after a 499-yard, five-touchdown performance in the Big Ten Championship game.
Off of a two-game win streak, the Cleveland Browns lost on the road to the Houston Texans, 29-13.
Missing out on the Playoff is understandable. Ohio State finishing sixth, behind Georgia? Inexcuseable. The College Football Playoff committee continues to not make any sense.
The Cavs have reportedly traded Kyle Korver to the Jazz for Alec Burks and two second-round picks in a deal that seems to be a win-win for both the veteran and the wine and gold.
Ranked No. 6 in the latest Playoff rankings, the Buckeyes may need a miracle this weekend, even if they do beat Northwestern to secure a Big Ten title.
After yet another perfect week to extend their record to 6-0, the Buckeyes jumped seven spots to No. 16 in the latest AP Poll. The new NET ratings on the other hand, rankings in which Ohio State is No. 1, created a new, bigger problem for the NCAA.
With the help of a huge first half, the Cleveland Browns cruised to their fourth win of the season, beating the Cincinnati Bengals, 35-20.
Even after West Virginia lost, due to Ohio State’s struggles in their overtime win at Maryland, undefeated UCF jumped the Buckeyes to keep the scarlet and gray at No. 10 in the latest College Football Playoff rankings.
Projected to finish in the bottom half of the Big Ten (again), Chris Holtmann’s Buckeyes are ranked No. 23 in this week’s AP Poll.
The Buckeyes have been favorited in 51 straight games and in every matchup against Michigan since 2011. Ohio State hasn’t been home underdogs in The Game since 2004. Yet they opened as 3.5-point ‘dogs against Michigan.
After somewhat struggling for the second consecutive game, Dwayne Haskins’ odds to win the Heisman Trophy fell all the way to 100-to-1 this week.
While his Buckeyes prepare for a top-20 showdown against Michigan State in East Lansing, Dwayne Haskins saw his Heisman odds fall a bit ahead of Week 11.
Even with two top-10 teams losing this past weekend, the Buckeyes stayed at No. 10 in the second Playoff rankings, proving how the committee feels about Ohio State’s resume so far, especially the last few weeks. The Bucks have plenty of ground to make up the next four weeks.
The Cleveland Browns were unable to stop the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, as the Browns lost 37-21 in a offensive clinic by the Chiefs.
Much like the Buckeyes did in the rankings, Dwayne Haskins saw his Heisman Trophy odds improve as well during Ohio State’s bye week this past weekend. It may still be a long shot, but anything is possible.
The Buckeyes checked in at No. 10 in the first College Football Playoff rankings of the 2018 season.
Even following a bye week, Ohio State jumped from No. 11 to No. 8 in the latest AP Poll.
The Cleveland Browns lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers, 33-18, in another poor performance at Heinz Field for the Browns franchise.