Posted September 02, 2012 on
Every week we look back at how Ohio State handled five key areas. This time we examine the Buckeye offense overall, the pass protection, the wide receivers, red zone offense and the Miami passing game.
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Look at Ohio State welcoming in state rival Miami and throwing a 56-10 beating on the bros. Yes, the days of Jim Tressel pulling out 20-3 wins against the MAC are over. Now the Buckeyes have Tebow Braxton Miller throwing for two bills and rushing for another 163 yards. And let’s not forget that 23 of those yards came via an amazing one-handed TD catch from Devin Smith.
Braxton Miller ran and threw for 368 yards as Ohio State steamrolled instate rival Miami (Ohio) by a 56-10 final in the 2012 season opener for both teams. The game also served as the debut for Urban Meyer as head coach of the Buckeyes.
Week One of the 2012 Ohio State football season is officially behind us. The Buckeyes didn’t come out firing on all cylinders in the first quarter as we had hoped, but they definitely finished strong in closing out Miami (OH) 56-10 to mark the first win of the Urban Meyer Era convincingly.
With that, it’s time to pass out some helmet stickers for a select few who performed...
Ohio State’s Devin Smith may have captured the catch of the year after just one week of football.During the second quarter of Ohio States game against Miami (Ohio), Smith hauled in a beautiful one hander that had shades of Charles Woods written all over it.BlackSportsOnline
Ohio State wide receiver Devin Smith's one handed 23-yard touchdown catch.
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Although this analysis of the confounding reinstatement of Ohio State backup linebacker Storm Klein comes a week after the fact, I decided instead to see whether there would be any resonating outrage over this and other off-season arrests of current Ohio State University (OSU) football players. As a resident of Central Ohio for 27 years and an alum of OSU, I had hoped that someone...
It's only Week 1 of the 2012 college football season, but Ohio State's Devin Smith might have made one of the best plays we will see all season....
We are only, what, two or three days into the new college football season and already we have what could be the catch of the year, or at least that's what Eric Collins of the Big Ten Network believes.
Ohio State Buckeyes receiver Devin Smith hauled in a one handed that appeared to have been slightly overthrown by quarterback Braxton Miller. The touchdown put the Buckeyes ahead...
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Braxton Miller rushed for 161 yards, a record for an Ohio State quarterback, and threw for two scores including Devin Smith's highlight-reel, one-handed catch as the 18th-ranked Buckeyes ushered in the Urban Meyer era on Saturday with a 56-10 win over Miami (Ohio).
Meyer, who won two national titles at Florida, moved to 11-0 in season-openers.
The slow-starting Miller, who...
As you no doubt heard, Notre Dame radio analyst Allen Pinket got suspended for remarks about how having criminals on your college football team makes you better. He even used Ohio State as an example. Buckeyes DT John Simon, a future NFL pick, talked about malfeasance and punishment within the Buckeye program at media day
Has Urban Meyer’s reaction to off the field issues been...
Ohio State opened the Urban Meyer era by soundly whipping Miami of Ohio 56-10. How did the Buckeyes fare on the defensive side of the football?
It's only the first week of the season, but Ohio State's Devin Smith may end up with the best catch of the season. Watch for yourself.
On Saturday, Ohio State’s offense rolled up 538 yards in total offense with 27 first downs in the Buckeyes’ 56-10 win over Miami (Ohio). There’s just one problem. What about...
Urban Meyer's first game as Ohio State's head coach likely couldn't have gone better. He lead the team to a blowout win, he listened to “Hang on Sloopy” after the third quarter and he sang the university’s alma mater following the game. Before he gets prepared to do it all over again in a week, we take a look back at some key observations from the first win of his Buckeye career.