Whether it’s the fact that Ohio State’s wide receivers have performed so well on the field or Brian Hartline’s success on the recruiting trail, Ryan Day removing Hartline’s interim tag was a well-deserved promotion.
Depending almost entirely on which school lies closest to our place of birth or where we spent the four years we will be pining for the rest of our lives, we defend the pure vision of the “Committee” or deride their complete and abject misunderstanding.
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.
Urban Meyer was perfect against Michigan, won championships, and made sure his players were best prepared for the next level during his seven years at Ohio State. You can’t ask for much more than that.
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.
Chris Holtmann’s Buckeyes honoring Thad Matta during halftime of the Syracuse game last Wednesday night was such an awesome (and well deserved) move. Kudos to all involved.
Missing out on the Playoff is understandable. Ohio State finishing sixth, behind Georgia? Inexcuseable. The College Football Playoff committee continues to not make any sense.
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.
Thanks for nothing, Tom Herman.
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.
Ranked No. 6 in the latest Playoff rankings, the Buckeyes may need a miracle this weekend, even if they do beat Northwestern to secure a Big Ten title.
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.
Everything about the basketball Buckeyes’ Throwback Night at St. John Arena last Friday night was so well done.
With five wins by four teams, it was a perfect weekend to be a Cleveland (and Ohio State) sports fan.
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 are still a top-10 team, and have still found ways to win 10 games despite giving opposing offenses any play they want. Can they make it 11?
Instead of helmet-crunching, touchdown-making, fast-paced ones from all season, the Ohio State video and graphics team has decided to grab some of the best highlights from the storied history of The Game.
Even after West Virginia lost, due to Ohio State’s struggles in their overtime win at Maryland, undefeated UCF jumped the Buckeyes to keep the scarlet and gray at No. 10 in the latest College Football Playoff rankings.
Projected to finish in the bottom half of the Big Ten (again), Chris Holtmann’s Buckeyes are ranked No. 23 in this week’s AP Poll.
Kaleb Wesson made more three-pointers during Sunday’s win than he did all of last season. His ever-evolving game is key for Ohio State’s success this season. So far, so good for the big man and the Buckeyes.