Although the Southeastern Conference has been viewed as the best league in college football for years now, the current Associated Press Top 25 suggests the conference isn't as strong as it has been in recent seasons. And you better believe Ohio State Buckeyes receiver Michael Thomas has noticed. Show More Summary
In which we give you more linemen exceeding the limits of their positions. 22. Adolphus Washington, Ohio State, Sept. 26, 2015 23. Robert Nkemdiche, Ole Miss, Sept. 26, 2015 24. Austin Johnson, Penn State, Sept. 26, 2015 25. Hassan Ridgeway, Texas, Sept. Show More Summary
Ohio State's title defense didn't go as smoothly as many expected, but at 11-1 and No. 6 in the country, the Buckeyes still accomplished a great deal in 2015. After a 42-13 demolition of rival Michigan, Urban Meyer and Ohio State are on the outside looking in on the Big Ten Championship Game and College Football Playoff. Show More Summary
In his first game in the Chinese Basketball Association, Greg Oden looked like the player the Portland Trail Blazers hoped for when they selected the former Ohio State Buckeyes star with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2007 NBA draft.Show More Summary
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Following Ohio State's 42-13 win over Michigan on Saturday, the celebration from the visitor's locker room could be heard loud and clear. But as the Buckeyes piled into the bus for their three-hour ride back to Columbus,...Show More Summary
Does he have a point? With one-loss Ohio State likely to be left out of the College Football Playoff in favor of one-loss Alabama, Buckeyes wide receiver Mike Thomas took a shot at the Crimson Tide's strength of schedule. if everything was based on strength of schedule.... Show More Summary
The Sooners are rolling, despite an embarrassing loss on the resume. Oklahoma lost to Texas. We're just going to get that out of the way right now. Had a good laugh? Alright. Because right now, that loss no longer matters. The third-ranked Sooners dominated Oklahoma State 58-23 on the road Saturday, in what amounted to a Big 12 championship game. Show More Summary
Ohio State fans, welcome to # TeamChaos. Your Buckeyes' offensive explosion against hated rival Michigan on Saturday afternoon was impressive. And although Michigan State smacked around Penn State later in the day to clinch the Big Ten...Show More Summary
Ezekiel Elliott apologized, but now you have to wonder whether he's really sorry, because his message obviously was heard loud and clear. Ohio State's star running back, in the wake of a loss to Michigan State last week, complained about not getting the ball enough and announced he would skip his...
Ohio State Buckeyes running back Ezekiel Elliott saw an increased workload a week after criticizing the play-calling in a loss to the Michigan State Spartans, but the Buckeyes star still dreams about getting the ball every single play. Elliott...Show More Summary
Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott may have apologized for his reaction to the Buckeyes’ loss to Michigan State last week, but (...)
The Spartans are rolling to Indianapolis. A week after taking down Ohio State in Columbus, No. 5 Michigan State continued to roll, taking down Penn State, 55-16. The Spartans' win allowed them to finish the season 11-1 and clinch a berth...Show More Summary
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — For all of the talk about the first-ever matchup between Urban Meyer and Jim Harbaugh, the 112th edition of "The Game" won't be remembered for the Ohio State Buckeyes head coach's X's and O's or the new Michigan Wolverines...Show More Summary
There’s no question that Jim Harbaugh has had a very successful first season at Michigan’s helm. The fiery leader took over a program stuck in neutral under Brady Hoke’s watch and turned it into a consistent, tough, nine-game winner. But...Show More Summary
The first meeting between Urban Meyer and Jim Harbaugh was a laughable blowout as the No. 8 Ohio State Buckeyes (11-1) routed the No. 10 Michigan Wolverines (9-3), 42-13, in Ann Arbor, Michigan, on Saturday afternoon. The Buckeyes won the battle in the trenches on both sides of the ball, leading to a 312-yard rushing differential. Show More Summary
[guest post by JD] Ohio State with a statement win over Michigan. Where has that team been? TCU beats Baylor in a monsoon in double OT. Nobody wants to play Oregon right now. UNC scores 35 in the 1st quarter over NC State. If they beat Clemson next week they will be in the discussion. […]
Behind Elliott’s 214 rushing yards and two touchdowns, the Buckeyes earned their 11th victory against Michigan in 12 years, reminding the Wolverines how lopsided the series has been in recent years.
Ohio State gave Ezekiel Elliott the dang ball, and he destroyed Michigan. Urban Meyer did not suspend Ezekiel Elliott for his critical comments about Ohio State's playcalling in their loss to Michigan State. Although some columnistsShow More Summary
After rushing for 214 yards and two touchdowns in Ohio State’s 42-13 romp over rival Michigan, Ezekiel Elliott had to get something (...)
These are the things that happen when Ohio State tramples Michigan. Coach Meyer hit that #Dab tho!! #WhatsBetterThanThis pic.twitter.com/p26UW7pQ6O — Zach S?ith #Zone6 (@CoachZachSmith) November 28, 2015 That would be Buckeyes Coach Urban Meyer dabbing away.