Ohio State had the right gameplan to beat Clemson, especially on the defensive side of the ball. The Buckeyes played a man coverage heavy game, used two high safeties to prevent big plays, and looked to get occasional pressure with delayed blitzes. The Buckeyes didn’t try to do too much Read More
After injury problems hampered Ohio State through much of the final stretch of the season, the Buckeyes enter Saturday’s battle against Clemson as healthy as they’ve been since the start of the season.
Per the official depth chart release from the university, there are no surprise injuries or game-time decisions Read More
Ohio State sophomore quarterback Justin Fields has had an excellent season in his first year as a starting quarterback. He hasn’t quite put up the gaudy stats that his predecessor, Dwayne Haskins, did, but Fields has been, by all accounts, everything that Ohio State has needed him to be.
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It’s a challenge to find true weaknesses in Clemson’s offense. The scheme is sound, directed by concepts that worked in 2015 when the Tigers first came into the college football limelight and continue to work four years later. The players, led by quarterback Trevor Lawrence, are excellent across the board, Read More
Ohio State entered the National Early Signing Period still in need of a quarterback. The Buckeyes had four-star Jack Miller signed, sealed and delivered, but one pledge wasn’t enough to fill the void on Ohio State’s roster. The quarterback room at OSU is, after all, filled with just three scholarship Read More
The recruitment of Cincinnati kicker Jake Seibert was never a particularly complex one.
Despite his stature as the nation’s No. 2 kicker per the 247Sports composite rankings, behind only Stanford commit Joshua Karty, Seibert had very little interest in playing the recruiting game. He had picked up offers from five Read More
College football has rapidly evolved in the last decade, with offenses airing the ball out more than ever, pointing up larger and larger point totals and challenging defenses to defend the entire field. Teams are faster, and more difficult to defend than ever before. As is common with college football Read More
Ohio State has just one Olympic sports result this week, and with the women’s volleyball team still yet to name a replacement from former head coach Geoff Carlston, the focus of Olympic Sports Recap this week will be entirely on the women’s hockey team’s series against Princeton.
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One of Ryan Day’s highest priorities when he took over for Urban Meyer at Ohio State was to establish recruiting relationships in the state of Ohio.
The Buckeyes had recruited their home state well under Meyer, but the national recruiting game had become far more of a focus than in-state Read More
Ohio State has made a habit in recent years of focusing on athletic ability above all else on the offensive line in recruiting.
The Buckeyes love polished prospects like Harry Miller and Nicholas Petit-Frere, but Kevin Wilson and Greg Studrawa seem to prefer players that they can mold into the Read More