After losing to Michigan State at home this past weekend, the Buckeyes dropped two spots to No. 16 in the latest AP Top 25.
With wins over Youngstown State and UCLA last week, the Buckeyes moved up to No. 13 in the latest AP Poll, their highest ranking of the season.
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.
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.
Even following a bye week, Ohio State jumped from No. 11 to No. 8 in the latest AP Poll.
Ohio State’s win over Minnesota may have been ugly, but after a chaotic Saturday that featured four top-10 teams losing, the Buckeyes jumped one spot to No. 2 in the latest AP Top 25.
The Buckeyes remained at No. 3 in the latest AP Top 25 after their win over Indiana.
After their comeback win at Penn State, the Buckeyes jumped from No. 4 to No. 3 in the latest AP Poll, jumping ahead of Clemson.
Ahead of one of their biggest games of the season in Happy Valley Saturday night, Ohio State stays at No. 4 in the latest AP Top 25.
Ohio State held steady at No. 4 in the newest AP Top 25 ahead of big matchup against TCU.
After dominating Oregon State, the Buckeyes climbed from No. 5 to No. 4 in the latest AP Top 25. The Coaches Poll is another story.
In the first one of the 2018 college football season, the Buckeyes came in at No. 5 in the AP preseason poll.
After dominating Indiana and taking care of business against Illinois this past week, the Ohio State Buckeyes jumped from No. 17 to No. 14 in the latest Associated Press Top 25, their second-highest ranking of the season. The Buckeyes travel to West Lafayette to take on No. 3 Purdue Wednesday night, in what is arguably the biggest game of the regular season in the Big Ten and one that could determine who wins the Big Ten regular season title.
The one-loss Ohio State Buckeyes remain at No. 2 in two of the NCAA’s biggest polls. Can they maintain that spot in the one that matters?
The Ohio State Buckeyes were destined to fall in the polls after losing to Penn State, but they still likely control their own destiny.
Young and relatively inexperienced, the 2016 Ohio State Buckeyes are still among the nation’s best college football teams.
The Ohio Buckeyes, who won their 22nd consecutive game with Saturday afternoon’s 60-35 victory over Illinois, dropped to No. 4 in the newly released AP Poll on Sunday morning. Media darling Baylor jumped the Buckeyes into the No. 3 spot following a 63-34 rout of Texas Tech. The Bears finished with 1,351 points. Ohio State checked in
Though they went undefeated in 2012 and will have a season of Urban Meyer’s curation under their belt, the Ohio State Buckeyes will likely enter the 2013 NCAA season ranked second overall per Phil Steele in a special for ESPN. Ranking first are the reigning National Champions, the Crimson Tide of Alabama. Right on their
Though both Ohio teams won their contests this past weekend, it was the Ohio University Bobcats who improved their ranking in the lastest Associated Press coaches’ poll, slotting in at No. 23. Ohio U, now ranked higher than the freefalling West Virginia Mountaineers, will take their 7-0 record to Oxford, Ohio when they face the Miami Redhawks
With thieir three-point victory over the Indiana Hoosiers on Saturday night, the Buckeyes of Ohio State University have moved up one spot to No. 7 in the latest edition of the Associated Press poll. Starting the season unranked, the Urban Meyer-led Buckeyes continue to pile up wins against conference opponents — the only other representative