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Ohio State beat Oregon

College Football Playoff – Ohio State Redeem the Big Ten, Oregon Keep Falling Short

Posted on 13 Jan, 2015, by in NFL

The first College Football Playoff ends with the number four seed, Ohio State, winning the national championship with a dominant 42-20 win over favored Oregon, as Urban Meyer shows he can build an “SEC team” in the Big Ten and succeed with Cardale Jones, a third-string quarterback and a phenom running back in Ezekiel Elliott while Heisman winner Marcus Mariota couldn’t do much following the opening drive. More

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College Football Playoff – Why Ohio State Will Beat Oregon & Win the National Championship

Posted on 7 Jan, 2015, by in Featured, NFL

The Ohio State Buckeyes are going to beat the Oregon Ducks in the national championship game of the College Football playoff because Urban Meyer has two random things in his past going for him. These things always work, until they don’t. More

Ohio State beat Alabama

College Football Playoff – Ohio State Stun Everyone, Alabama Exposed Again

Posted on 2 Jan, 2015, by in NFL

The SEC flagship took the biggest hit it has in a very long time as Ohio State beat Alabama 42-35 in the Sugar Bowl semifinal of the College Football playoff, advancing to the final thanks to a solid performance from quarterback Cardale Jones, a huge display by running back Ezekiel Jones and Urban Meyer showing he doesn’t really have a problem with outcoaching Nick Saban. More

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Urban Meyer Admits He’s a Terrible Loser

Posted on 18 Dec, 2013, by in NFL

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

Tyvis Powell

Ohio State Buckeyes – Tyvis Powell Saved Their Season

Posted on 1 Dec, 2013, by in NFL

With all of the big names Ohio State had to offer – Urban Meyer on the sidelines, Braxton Miller at quarterback, Carlos Hyde busting through the middle and speedy receiver Devin Smith, it came down to a freshman cornerback, Tyvis Powell, to make what might turn out to be the biggest play of the season for the Buckeyes, intercepting a Devin Gardner pass to deny a 2-point conversion and keep his team undefeated with a 42-41 win. More

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Ohio State Buckeyes – Braxton Miller Waiting For Someone to Slip

Posted on 27 Oct, 2013, by in NFL

It’s not anyone’s fault that the Big Ten is perceived (and probably is) as a lot weaker than the other AQ conferences, which harms Ohio State and their national title hopes despite not losing a game in almost two years. All that’s left is to keep on enjoying the developing talent of Braxton Miller; the powerhouse that Urban Meyer is building in Columbus; and for one of the three teams above them in the polls and BCS standings to slip up at some point. More

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Ohio State Buckeyes – Carlos Hyde Makes Up for Braxton Miller Turnovers

Posted on 6 Oct, 2013, by in NFL

Everyone predicted Northwestern to be toughest game on the slate for Ohio State, and the predictions came true. Luckily, despite Braxton Miller turning the ball over three times, some big plays by the defense, special teams and Carlos Hyde were enough to keep the winning streak and title hopes alive, advancing to 18 straight and 5-0 this season. More

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Ohio State Buckeyes – Braxton Miller Makes it an Easy Decision

Posted on 29 Sep, 2013, by in NFL

Even though Braxton Miller isn’t the best passing quarterback in NCAA football, he’s good enough on his feet and in putting the ball in the air to be the obvious choice for Ohio State as they dispatched a team that just might be the biggest obstacle they could have had of finishing with an undefeated record for a second straight year. More

Miller, Guiton

Ohio State Buckeyes – Braxton Miller or Kenny Guiton is the Question

Posted on 18 Sep, 2013, by in NFL

There wasn’t supposed to be any quarterback debate with the Ohio State Buckeyes. The starting job belonged to Braxton Miller, but his injury and the strong performance from Kenny Guiton, the fifth-year backup, has changed the situation and possibly the Hierarchy in Columbus. More

Aaron Hernandez

Aaron Hernandez Aftermath – Silly Trying to Pin This on Urban Meyer

Posted on 7 Jul, 2013, by in NFL

July has to be the dullest month when it comes to NFL action. Training camps don’t offer the same kind of action that the free agency period does, at least when there are players good enough, not to mention preseason and the actual time of playing football. Aaron Hernandez, in a negative way, puts the light once again on the league despite everything else happening, although trying to put Urban Meyer in the middle of this makes no sense. More