Ryan Day has escalated the best rivalry in sports in his first week as head coach, while filling out defensive coaching positions for the Ohio State University.
Following the greatest season fro any Ohio State quarterback in the program’s storied history, Dwayne Haskins has decided to forego his final two years of eligibility and declare for the 2019 NFL Draft.
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.
Still not ready for the Rose Bowl? Ohio State’s final video trailer of the season is here to save the day and will get you hyped up for “The Grandaddy of them all”,
Zach Harrison committing to the Buckeyes means so much more than just one commitment, especially when it pertains to the top in-state prospect in the 2019 class. Ryan Day and his coaching staff have already proven that they are quite good on the recruiting trail.
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.
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.
How will Urban Meyer be remembered at Ohio State? And how should he be remembered?
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.
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.
The Buckeyes have been favorited in 51 straight games and in every matchup against Michigan since 2011. Ohio State hasn’t been home underdogs in The Game since 2004. Yet they opened as 3.5-point ‘dogs against Michigan.
What a game. The Buckeyes were able to come away with a win at Maryland in overtime, 52-51. Now, it’s Michigan week.
While the game itself may not have much luster, Ohio State’s hype trailer for their game against Maryland is worth your time.
A look at Urban Meyer’s struggles without a mobile QB, Baker’s “average” play, and how the Cavs may have set themselves back even further with the selection of Collin Sexton.
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.
The starting safety position alongside Jordan Fuller has had a lot more questions than answers so far this season. Brendon White proved on Saturday that he deserves the starting nod going forward.
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.
While it sucks, Nick Bosa’s decision to withdrawal from Ohio State is the best one for his future in the NFL, ensuring that he will be guaranteed to make millions of dollars and essentially be a top-3 pick and possibly even the No. 1 overall selection in the 2019 NFL Draft.