In a game that was much closer than many expected, the Buckeyes took down Washington, 28-23, in Urban Meyer’s last game as a head coach.
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.
The Buckeyes just beat Michigan State by 20 in a game that was much closer than the final score may indicate.
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 they have since Rutgers joined the Big Ten in 2014, Ohio State made it look easy against the Scarlet Knights, dominating their conference foe in all aspects of the game.
Thanks to a record-setting performance in his debut start against Oregon State in Ohio State’s season opener, Dwayne Haskins’ Heisman odds increased drastically ahead of Week 2.
J.T. Barrett led Ohio State to plenty of success on the field while being a first-class player, teammate, and student. For that, Buckeye Nation should appreciate all he did for Ohio State. With that said, WFNY’s Josh Poloha has already fallen in love with Ohio State’s new-look offense led by Dwayne Haskins.
Not one, not two, not three, but 11 touchdowns for Ohio State in their dominant win over Oregon State in their season opener.
With Ohio State’s season set to kick off in just a few hours, WFNY’s Josh Poloha gives you some bold predictions ahead of the 2018 campaign for the Buckeyes.
With an air-it-out, pass-first style quarterback like Dwayne Haskins Jr. behind center, J.K. Dobbins and Mike Weber may have what it takes (and have the opportunities) to be the best RB duo in Buckeyes history.
WFNY’s Josh Poloha caught up with Cleveland native Danny Cunningham, who now covers the Badgers for The Zone in Madison, Wisconsin. Cunningham answered plenty of questions about the Badgers in order for Ohio State Buckeyes fans to get to know their opponent ahead of Saturday night’s showdown.
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.
On an emotional Senior Day, Ohio State made it look easy against a very bad Illinois team. Whether it was the offense or defense, almost every Buckeye played very well in the blowout win.
It’s cliché, but Saturday could be a giant trap game for Ohio State.
After an embarrassing performance in Iowa last week, the Buckeyes made quite a statement Saturday afternoon. Back at Ohio Stadium, Ohio State scored early and often on their way to a 48-3 rout over No. 12 Michigan State. Whether it was the offense or the defense, both sides of the ball dominated for the scarlet and gray.
Whether it’s Ezekiel Elliott, Mike Weber, or J.K. Dobbins, just to name a few, Ohio State has had plenty of talent in the backfield during the Urban Meyer Era. In four of the Buckeyes’ last five losses, the group has been underutilized. Although Urban Meyer has continuously stated that things will change, the running backs have disappeared when you look at the box score when Ohio State loses. That must change.
Like the past few games, Ohio State had plenty of good and very little bad and ugly for this past weekend’s demolition over Maryland. The Buckeyes had just one non-good part of the game, but that one thing is very concerning moving forward.
Much like they have since their game against Rutgers last weekend, Ohio State scored early and often and took control of the game from the start to dominate Maryland, 62-14. The offense and defense had arguably their best games of the season.
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.