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Reggie Bush

Schools With the Most Heisman Trophy Winners

Posted on 14 Dec, 2014, by in Featured, Football

The 2014 Heisman Trophy winner is Marcus Mariota, the first one Oregon have ever produced (although he’s actually from Hawai’i). There are other programs that have seen one of their players lift the trophy quite a lot of times, especially USC, Notre Dame and Ohio State, proud to present the only two time winner, Archie Griffin. More

Alabama Recruiting

College Football Playoff – Maps of Teams Recruiting Grounds

Posted on 11 Dec, 2014, by in Football

The College Football Playoff brings four teams that come from different conferences, and also recruit in very different ways. Ohio State and Florida State rely on talent much closer to home. Alabama do very well everywhere, while Oregon have to mostly go out of state to get their best player. More

Ohio State beat Wisconsin

Ohio State Over Wisconsin – Big Ten Champions & Deserving Playoff Team

Posted on 7 Dec, 2014, by in Football

Despite the predictions of doom in the week leading up to the game, Ohio State crushed it out of the ball park, beating Wisconsin 59-0 with Cardale Jones, a third-stringer, starting at quarterback and doing a perfect job of leading the Buckeyes to win the Big Ten Championship game and doing enough to make it into the playoff. More

Kosta Karageorge

The San Ending to the Kosta Karageorge Story

Posted on 1 Dec, 2014, by in Football

Sad endings are great in the world of fiction, not real life. Kosta Karageorge was found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, ending the hopes of finding the Ohio State defensive lineman and Wrestling team member alive, gone missing since last week. More

J.T. Barrett

Ohio State Over Michigan – A Sad Way to Beat Your Rivals

Posted on 30 Nov, 2014, by in Football

Despite beating Michigan 42-28, there were plenty of concerned faces among the Ohio State players and coaches. They’re going into the Big Ten championship game with quarterback J.T. Barrett, who dislocated his ankle and broke a bone in his leg, meaning he’s out of whatever remains of this season. More

Ohio State beat Michigan State

Ohio State Over Michigan State – Big Ten Back in Familiar Hands

Posted on 9 Nov, 2014, by in Football

In the best game the Big Ten conference can produce, Ohio State came away with a knockout win over Michigan State to reclaim the title of ‘best team in the conference’ following a dominating 49-37 road win against the Spartans, led by the combination of J.T. Barrett and Devin Smith in the air, helped out by what might be the best running game in the nation, spearheaded by Ezekiel Elliott. More

Ohio State vs Michigan State

College Football – Ohio State vs Michigan State Predictions

Posted on 7 Nov, 2014, by in Football

The marquee game of the Big Ten these days is between Ohio State and… Michigan State of all teams. The number 8 Spartans will try to win consecutive games against the Buckeyes for the first time in 15 years while improving their chances of moving up the rankings as the final committee decision regarding the playoff looms. More

Vanderbilt lose

College Football – Teams With Reason to Panic

Posted on 8 Sep, 2014, by in Featured, Football

Patience is usually the smart way to go about things in College Football, especially when the end game isn’t always about winning right now and this season. However, two games into the 2014 campaign, programs like Texas, Michigan, Ohio State and even the 2-0 UCLA should be concerned about how this season is shaping up to be very different from their expectations. More

Virginia Tech beat Ohio State

Virginia Tech Over Ohio State – Not That Big of an Upset

Posted on 7 Sep, 2014, by in Football

With Ohio State heading into the game ranked #8 in the nation and Virginia Tech not being ranked at all, some might call the 35-21 win for the Hokies a surprise, but considering it was J.T. Barrett at quarterback for the Buckeyes and not Braxton Miller, it shouldn’t be that shocking to see the end result. More

Big Ten gets crushed

College Football – Big Ten Takes Huge Rankings & Playoffs Hit

Posted on 7 Sep, 2014, by in Football

It’s not wise to make assumptions about what happens at the end of the season based on week 2 results, but it’s safe to say the Big Ten won’t be having a team in the College Football playoffs after a terrible run of results in one day, with Michigan State (losing to Oregon), Ohio State (defeated by Virginia Tech) and Michigan (crushed by Notre Dame) getting beaten quite harshly to show how far their conference seems to be right now from the rest. More