Posted October 06, 2013 on
Ohio State continued their undefeated season Saturday evening, by narrowly defeating Northwestern 40-30 in a game far closer than the score indicates. How did the defense perform?
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So much for the house always winning when it comes to gambling.
Ohio State pulled off a bizarre, final-play cover against Northwestern on Saturday, recovering a fumble in the end zone with no time left to provide the final 40-30 score. Had it remained at 34-30 (as it was before the play), the Wildcats would have beaten the 5.5-point spread the Buckeyes were favored by.
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Ohio State beat Northwestern Saturday night in the Big Ten battle of unbeatens. Forget the BCS and national championship talk for a second though, the major storyline coming out of the game was one of the craziest covers Vegas has ever seen. Thanks to this failed lateralpalooza being fumbled into the endzone and recovered by the Buckeyes, up to $100 million dollars changed hands...
Evanston, Illinois. Five seconds left. Northwestern down by 4 but covering the 6.5-point spread and holding the ball. Degenerate gambler and Wildcat alum Brent Musburger in the booth giddily shaking and dreaming about what to do with all the money he's about to win on his alma mater plus the points. No way this is getting screwed up. Right?
Apparently ESPN College GameDay’s Lee Corso is tired of picking the underdog. Corso, who has been wrong more often than he’s been right this season, went “back to basics” and chose Ohio State to knock off Northwestern in Evanston later tonight. The Buckeyes are favored by approximately a touchdown, for what it’s worth.
There were no live animals this time around – just...
Ohio State and Northwestern have not played since 2008 and much has changed between these two teams since the last meeting.The Buckeyes are 46-10...
Ohio State covered the 7.5 point spread against Northwestern last night after the latter's no time on the clock lateral attempts failed and OSU recovered in the end zone for six. Brent Musburger noted that some 'number crunchers' would be happy with the Wildcats continued role as a point spread darling.
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Carlos Hyde had a huge game at Northwestern last night- three touchdowns and over 160 yards. On a night when Ohio State really needed Carlos Hyde. Jordan Hall did not dress and has a knee issue that they need to take care of according to Urban Meyer. So Hyde was MVP for the Buckeyes.
NU has had issues stopping star tailbacks in games when they host ESPN College Gameday. Mikel Leshoure...
With Ohio State at the midway point of the schedule and the Big Ten race starting to come into focus, it's time to take a look at what might happen Dec. 7 when the third Big Ten Championship Game takes place. OSU is the league favorite, but who else has a chance to capture the conference?
The Ohio State Buckeyes showed a large amount testicular fortitude in gutting and scrapping their way to a 40-30 victory over Northwestern Saturday night in Evanston. The Buckeye nation showed itself to be lacking in testicular fortitude as the message boards filled up with whining, crying Bucks fans certain that everything we wanted for this team was lost after Northwestern ‘hit...
Ohio State ran its winning streak to 18 games with a 40-30 triumph in an intense game at No. 16 Northwestern. We have comments from head coach Urban Meyer and senior safety C.J. Barnett after the fourth-ranked Buckeyes' huge win.
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Senior running back Carlos Hyde rushed for 168 yards on 26 carriers and three touchdowns as No. 4/3 Ohio State defeated Northwestern, 40-30, in a Big Ten contest at Ryan Field in Evanston, Saturday night. […]
Earlier today from the Big Ten offices in Rosemont, Ill., the conference announced that three Ohio State football players garnered weekly awards. Senior running back Carlos Hyde was named the Big Ten’s Co-Offensive Player of […]