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.
It was ugly at times, but the Buckeyes did enough to beat the Gophers, 30-14, and remain undefeated.
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.
Whether it was the offense or defense, Ohio State dominated Nebraska on both sides of the ball. They dismantled the Cornhuskers so much that the backups and even third-stringers were able to do almost anything counted to.
The Ohio State Buckeyes easily took care of business in Lincoln, Nebraska, dominating the Cornhuskers, 56-14 Saturday night. They are playing their best football at just the right time.
Ohio State got back in the win column, beating Army, 38-7. J.T. Barrett surpassed former Purdue quarterback Drew Brees for the most touchdowns in Big Ten history, J.K. Dobbins seems to have officially locked up the starting running back spot, and the Silver Bullets proved their dominance in stopping the run.
ESPN’s FPI has the Ohio State Buckeyes football team ranked as the best in the entire country.
J.T. Barrett for Heisman looks as if it will be heard once again in August of 2017. Hopefully, it is more a real thing for the Ohio State Buckeyes in December than it was in 2016.
Finally, college football and the Ohio State Buckeyes are back! In front of 107,193 spectators (the eighth-largest in Ohio Stadium history), the Buckeyes put on quite a show on both sides of the ball. The Bowling Green Falcons may have put a scare to Buckeye Nation just minutes into the game, but the scarlet and gray