K.J. Hill’s decision to return to Ohio State in 2019 is a huge boost for a group of wide receivers that should be stacked again for the Buckeyes next fall.
Ohio State’s roller coaster of a season will conclude with the Urban Meyer’s last game being the “Granddaddy of Them All” but in the end, it was a disappointing one for the Buckeyes. The same goes for any season that doesn’t end with a national championship for the scarlet and gray.
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.
What a game. The Buckeyes were able to come away with a win at Maryland in overtime, 52-51. Now, it’s Michigan week.
With a struggling offense during much of Saturday’s game in East Lansing, punter Drue Chrisman stepped up when Ohio State needed him the most, helping lead the Buckeyes to a win over Michigan State.
Thank goodness a game has two halves. It was ugly at times, but the Buckeyes beat Nebraska, 36-31, Saturday afternoon in The Shoe.
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.
The Buckeyes may have a new quarterback and wide receivers coach, but with their top-six receivers back from 2017, Ohio State not only has the most experienced group on the team but one of the most experienced units in the country as well.
Outside of a bad loss at Iowa, the Ohio State Buckeyes plowed their way through the Big Ten in the regular season. With all the talent on the Buckeyes, 24 players were named All-Big Ten honorees, whether it’s first team, second team, third team, or as honorable mentions.
Ohio State was walking into a trap in Iowa City on Saturday. Everyone knew it, except Ohio State. The Hawkeyes ambushed the Buckeyes 55-24 on Saturday.
When a team dominates (and shuts out) a team in a 56-0 win, it’s hard to find anything bad during the game. With that said, we take a closer look at the box score and look at all the good things that Ohio State did Saturday night at Rutgers.
Both Ohio State offense and defense made it look easy in their 56-0 win over Rutgers. Whether it was through the air or on the ground, the Buckeyes offense dominated on their way to scoring 56 points. Also, for the second time in as many years, the Silver Bullets shutout Rutgers.
Ohio State started slow, but they dominated Indiana in the second half to blowout the Hoosiers, 49-21. WFNY’s Josh Poloha takes a closer look at the Buckeyes’ stats.
The Buckeyes started slow, but they showed just how good they can be in 2017 after scoring a touchdown on five of their final six possessions and taking care of business at Indiana in their season opener with a dominate 49-21 win over the Hoosiers.
Coming into Saturday afternoon, Columbus, Ohio was expected to get hit with plenty of rain and possible thunderstorms. But, while the rain held off, it was perfect football weather in Ohio Stadium. On Homecoming, the Ohio State Buckeyes took care of business with an easy 58-0 shutout over Rutgers to begin their Big Ten conference season.
One day after landing a five-star linebacker from the state of Georgia, Urban Meyer and the Ohio State Buckeyes have added a four-star wide receiver out of West Palm Beach, Florida. Deciding between Alabama, Miami and Ohio State, Johnnie Dixon, a 5-foot-10-inch burner from Dwyer High School, chose to call Ohio State home for at