For a game against Ohio State at M&T Bank Stadium, the home of the Ravens, the midshipmen did not forget to pack their time-honored rituals.
After throwing the first interception of his college career, J.T. Barrett decided to have a conversation with himself. "I was like, 'J.T., you knew you shouldn't have thrown it. But you still threw it,'" the Ohio State quarterback recalled. Show More Summary
It took a little while for No. 5 Ohio State to gain its bearings offensively, but the Buckeyes found their groove in the second half, surging late for a closer-than-it-looked 34-17 victory over Navy. Early struggles were expected without Heisman Trophy hopeful Braxton Miller at quarterback. Show More Summary
BALTIMORE (AP) — There might come a time when Ohio State coach Urban Meyer expands his offensive playbook to include various long passes, reverses and bootlegs.
Redshirt freshman J. T. Barrett threw for 226 yards and two touchdowns in his college debut, and No. 5 Ohio State beat Navy, 34-17, on Saturday.
The Ohio State Buckeyes started their 2014 season with a 34-17 win vs. Navy in Baltimore, Maryland, but the game wasn't pretty. Bleacher Report College Football Analysts Adam Kramer and Michael Felder discuss how worried Ohio State should...Show More Summary
Ohio State QB J.T. Barrett had his first career start in a 34-17 win vs. Navy today in Baltimore, MD. Bleacher Report's college football analyst Michael Felder breaks down his first performance of the 2014 season. How well do you think Barrett will do as the season progresses? Watch the video and let us know. Read more College Football news on BleacherReport.com
Most significant move: Center Mike Brewster went from starter to the street. The third-year player from Ohio State was the starting center when training camp began but never seized control of the spot and was eventually passed by Jacques McClendon and rookie sixth-round pick Brandon Linder. Show More Summary
J.T. Barrett made his first start for the Ohio State Buckeyes on Saturday against Navy. The team was able to power through a tough Midshipmen group, winning 34-17, but the growing pains for the freshman quarterback were obvious and will...Show More Summary
The Buckeyes survived a tough Midshipmen team, but the Big Ten favorites showed their flaws along the way. The Ohio State Buckeyes had to hang on for dear life for most of the game, but a late push by the offense allowed them to escape the Navy Midshipmen with a 34-17 win in Baltimore. Show More Summary
Redshirt freshman J.T. Barrett threw for 226 yards and two touchdowns in his college debut, and No. 5 Ohio State beat Navy 34-17 Saturday for its 25th consecutive regular-season victory.
Though the college football season just began this week, we already have a nominee for one of the biggest hits of the year. On Saturday, Ohio State Buckeyes linebacker Darron Lee plowed his way into the Navy backfield and completely leveled junior quarterback Keenan Reynolds. Show More Summary
Ohio State is in Baltimore for their season opener, and they're having some trouble early dealing with Navy's triple-option offense. The Midshipmen ran for 82 yards in the first quarter while holding the Buckeyes to a field goal on offense,...Show More Summary
The fifth-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes entered the season with expectations of making a run at the inaugural College Football Playoff, but those aspirations took a huge hit when quarterback Braxton Miller—a Heisman Trophy hopeful—suffered...Show More Summary
Ohio State loses Braxton Miller to injury and welcomes freshman QB J.T. Barrett to action. Navy isn't likely to go down easily, though. A month ago, this looked like a decent opening test for the Buckeyes and their Heisman candidate quarterback, Braxton Miller. Show More Summary
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Millions of students will sit down at computers this year to take new tests rooted in the Common Core standards for math and reading, but policymakers in many states are having buyer's remorse.
When Ohio State takes the field Saturday for the first time this season against Navy, it will do so without quarterback and Heisman Trophy candidate Braxton Miller. The explosive signal-caller suffered an injury to his throwing shoulder during practice on Aug. Show More Summary
Dr. Terrell Strayhorn, a brilliant Black Ohio State University professor, recently opened the Educational Testing Service and Children’s Defense Fund co-sponsored symposium on Advancing Success for Black Men in College by sharing a question...Show More Summary
After a wild offseason that included major lawsuits, big time transfers and suspensions, college football fans sure are ready for some real football. Week 1 surely will not disappoint. Will Ohio State State struggle against Navy without star quarterback Braxton Miller, or will his replacement, redshirt freshman J.T. Show More Summary
Mike Hlas, Cedar Rapids Gazette: Hlastradamus has returned to save the world. It starts with Ohio State playing Navy in Baltimore, the heart of Big Ten Country. No Braxton Miller, no problem for the Buckeyes. Howie Kussay, New York Post:...