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.
For the second straight year, Ohio State won the Big Ten championship, but missed out on the College Football Playoff.
Thanks to Dwayne Haskins’ dominance, Ohio State beat Northwestern, 45-24, to win the Big Ten championship. Did they convince the committee enough to be one of four teams to make the Playoff? We’ll find out Sunday afternoon.
Stars are born and legends are made in The Game. In the 115th rendition of Ohio State vs. Michigan, it was true freshman Chris Olave’s turn to do just that. He touched the ball just three times, all three led to touchdowns.
The Buckeyes made it look easy against Mich-Again, dominating the Wolverines, 62-39, Saturday afternoon to win their seventh straight game in the matchup. With the win, Ohio State will now take on Northwestern in the Big Ten Championship game.
What a game. The Buckeyes were able to come away with a win at Maryland in overtime, 52-51. Now, it’s Michigan week.
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.
The Buckeyes just beat Michigan State by 20 in a game that was much closer than the final score may indicate.
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.
Thank goodness a game has two halves. It was ugly at times, but the Buckeyes beat Nebraska, 36-31, Saturday afternoon in The Shoe.
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.
Much like Ohio State did in the rankings, Dwayne Haskins saw his Heisman odds fall as well after the Buckeyes suffered their first loss of the season at Purdue this past weekend.
Ohio State’s penalties, lack of a running game, and weak defensive secondary are just a few of Ohio State’s problems. Those became even more evident in their loss at Purdue Saturday night.
With back-to-back 400-yard passing games, Dwayne Haskins is inching closer and closer to longtime favorite Tua Tagovailoa to win the Heisman Trophy at season’s end. He and Oklahoma’s Kyler Murray are now tied with the second-best odds.
It was ugly at times, but the Buckeyes did enough to beat the Gophers, 30-14, and remain undefeated.
His odds decreased but Dwayne Haskins jumped to second (again) in the Heisman odds following a dominant performance over Indiana.
The win over Penn State caused Ohio State to be tired in the week leading up to the game and even during their game against Indiana this past weekend, but the Buckeyes were still able to fight through it and get the win.
The Buckeyes started slow, especially defensively, but led by Dwayne Haskins and the offense, Ohio State beat the Hoosiers on Homecoming, 49-26.
Dwayne Haskins may have had his Heisman moment while leading the Buckeyes to a comeback win at Penn State last Saturday, but his Heisman odds have fallen back to third-best in the country ahead of Week 6.
While helping lead the Buckeyes to a comeback win in Not So Happy Valley Saturday night, Dwayne Haskins achieved his Heisman moment as well. Penn State’s Shareef Miller threw the first punch, but the gunslinger threw the last, most important one in the fight, helping Ohio State remain undefeated.