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Ohio State coach Urban Meyer assesses his team's performance following a 31-24 victory against Wisconsin, while Braxton Miller, Ryan Shazier and Armani Reeves also give their thoughts on the Buckeyes' Big Ten opener.
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Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde manages to stay upright and score the go ahead touchdown for Ohio State v Iowa.
No. 3 Ohio State comes back to beat Iowa, 34 -24.
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Hawkeye Insider Publisher Rob Howe is in Columbus today when Iowa takes on Ohio State in The Shoe. Stay up on the action with news and notes right here.
The Iowa Hawkeyes will take to the road on Saturday to take on the No. 4 ranked Ohio State Buckeyes.
Iowa enters with a 4-2 record but will be looking to rebound from a loss to Michigan State two weeks ago. Despite being 6-0, Ohio State has found it nearly impossible to move up in the rankings since the season started.
Coverage of the game between Ohio State and Iowa...
Iowa quarterback Jake Rudock talks to the media following their loss to Ohio State.
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After six-straight weeks being ranked at the same spot, Ohio State remained at No. 4 in the Associated Press, but dropped one spot in the USA Today to No. 4 in the latest top 25 […]
Ohio State roared back once again after trailing at the half, and rallied to beat Iowa 34-24 Saturday in Columbus. How was the Buckeye effort on defense?
The Buckeyes had to scratch and claw their way to a 34-24 win over the visiting Iowa Hawkeyes on Saturday and they did so thanks to the superb play of quarterback Braxton Miller and running back Carlos Hyde. Miller bounced back in dramatic fashion Saturday after a poor performance two weeks ago in Evanston. After turning the ball over three times against Northwestern, Miller did...
Iowa's staff and players prepared for two weeks to shock No. 4 Ohio State.
They did - for a half.
Behind tailback Carlos Hyde's 149 yards rushing and two touchdowns and Braxton Miller's wizardry both throwing and running, the Buckeyes overcame a halftime deficit to beat the Hawkeyes 34-24 on Saturday.
''It wasn't like anybody on our part thought it was...