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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

Ohio State Buckeyes & Arizona Cardinals Lose Braxton Miller & Darnell Dockett for the Entire Season

Posted on 19 Aug, 2014, by in Football

One team is in College Football, the other in the NFL. A major injury has the same impact on both, as the Ohio State Buckeyes probably lose quarterback Braxton Miller for the entire season, while the Arizona Cardinals will have to do without Darnell Dockett, their excellent defensive tackle, after he tore his ACL. More

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Michigan State Beats Ohio State – Big Ten Not Just About One Team

Posted on 8 Jan, 2014, by in Basketball

While the Big Ten has officially started its conference play for over a week, it isn’t until a big name is taken down that we know it’s really here. Michigan State aren’t exactly unknown upstarts, but they’ve certainly shaken things up by beating the previously undefeated Ohio State 72-68. More

Sammy Watkins

Clemson Beats Ohio State – Orange Bowl Redemption

Posted on 4 Jan, 2014, by in Football

It took Clemson two years to erase the embarrassment of their previous Orange Bowl visit, and it came in the form of an exciting finish and a 40-35 win over Ohio State, giving the school and the state of South Carolina their first ever win in a BCS Bowl game. More

Eric Atkins

Ohio State Beats Notre Dame – Improbable Win & Remaining Undefeated

Posted on 22 Dec, 2013, by in Basketball

You’re not supposed to win games when there’s less than a minute to go and your team is down by 8 points. However, Ohio State aren’t made of the quitting material, and somehow made things go their way, resulting in a memorable 64-61 win over Notre Dame, with the Irish probably still wondering what exactly went wrong in that ending. More

Urban Meyer

Urban Meyer Admits He’s a Terrible Loser

Posted on 18 Dec, 2013, by in Football

Losing to Michigan State in the Big Ten championship game was like hitting a brick wall for Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer, facing the harsh reality of being a sore loser, and having to deal with that fact for an entire offseason. More

Urban Meyer

Oklahoma & Ohio State One Win Away From The BCS Bowl Sweep

Posted on 10 Dec, 2013, by in Football

Two of the most successful college football programs during the BCS era (and way before that as well) are Oklahoma and Ohio State. The Sooners are going to play in the Sugar Bowl, Ohio State in the Orange Bowl. Both can claim at least one win in each of the BCS bowls if they are victorious this year. More

Big Ten champions

Michigan State – Perfection Going Down The Drain

Posted on 8 Dec, 2013, by in Football

Defense is always the less impressive thing, but Ohio State came into the Big Ten championship game with some pretty impressive offensive numbers to back them up, not to mention a 24-0 record over the last two years. The end result? Michigan State, their first top 10 opponent in that time span, were simply too good, and while the Spartans head over to the Rose Bowl, the Buckeyes saw their national championship dreams destroyed, now left to hope their get an at-large BCS invite. More