Posted September 13, 2013 on
Ohio State heads to Berkeley for its first game in California since 2008. While the Buckeyes will be playing three time zones away, head coach Urban Meyer and players believe neither travel fatigue nor a lack of focus will give them trouble on Saturday.
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Braxton Miller will not play for No. 4 Ohio State at California because of a sprained ligament in his left knee.
An Ohio State spokesman confirmed the decision about 30 minutes before Saturday's kickoff. Fifth-year senior Kenny Guiton started in Miller's place.
Miller was in shorts and a T-shirt when the Buckeyes ran onto the field at Memorial Stadium. He injured his knee...
When Cal agreed to a home-and-home series with Ohio State, it probably figured fans would show up to support the Bears for the big 2013 matchup. Well, fans showed up – but it appears they’re all wearing scarlet and grey. Yikes.
Check out an aerial shot, tweeted out by Darren Rovell:
Looks like a home game for Ohio St at Cal. @darrenrovell pic.twitter.com/eqQ2RoDKC7
The Buckeyes have been formally introduced to the YaY area.
Ohio State traveled west this weekend for an interesting matchup against the Cal Golden Bears. The Buckeyes arrived in Oakland unharmed, but soon became spectators to violence that has engulfed the city.
The Columbus Dispatch is reporting that a gunfight erupted outside of their team hotel shortly after their arrival...
When you are in college--be it Ohio State or elsewhere--there is one thing that is a constant. That is a lack of money. However, that does not stop most college football fans from enjoying the next party. Now that does mean that they may not be able to enjoy a quality beer the next time they tailgate, but hey--better a beer at the tailgate party than no beer, right?
When it comes to cheap beers in college, it's all about the Natty Light, and this CVS store is pointing young Ohio State Buckeyes in the right direction.
The No. 4 ranked Ohio State Buckeyes will travel west to play the California Golden Bears on Saturday.
Ohio State finished last season undefeated and are 2-0 to start 2013 while California (1-1) found a way to even their record last week.
Coverage of this game will air on FOX in select markets beginning at 7:00 pm ET (4:00 pm PT) from Memorial Stadium in Berkeley, CA...
It’s too soon to start calling Braxton Miller “Wally Pipp.” But senior quarterback Kenny Guiton has proven himself to be more than a backup. Guiton, making his first career start, played a very good game in leading the Ohio State to a mostly comfortable 52-34 victory in Berkeley.
Guiton threw for 276 yards and four touchdowns and also rushed for 92 yards in...
Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller indeed did not make the start at Cal. Getting the nod was senior Kenny Guiton, who once again put on a show completing 21 of 32 passes for 276 yards and four touchdowns along with no interceptions. He also added 92 yards rushing on 14 carries.
Ohio State would go on to romp Cal by winning 52-34. The game easily could have been one for Ohio State...
Last year with a healthy Braxton Miller in the lineup, the Cal Bears gave the Ohio State Buckeyes all they could handle, falling just short of upsetting the eventual undefeated team. This season, with Miller’s game status in question for the Buckeyes’ trip to California, Ohio State will need to put the Bears away much earlier if they hope to leave the west coast undefeated.
The Ohio State Documentary “Nuts” has set out to get this lawn back to representing TBDBITL as it should. As part of the documentary they would love to do a piece on the lawn, and the history behind his recently lost tradition. Due to financial issues the lawn’s owner, Craig, hasn’t been able to script the lawn. In order to help him out the creator of “Nuts”...
Urban Meyer has made public his thoughts about Braxton Miller’s status for Ohio State’s game against Cal this Saturday night. The Buckeyes’ coach believes that his Heisman candidate quarterback will be on the field in the team’s first road game of the season.
But I’m not interested in that today. The most interesting storyline under center – or, more accurately, in the...
No. 4 Ohio State withstood all the punches it could from Cal's offense, opening an early lead and holding on all the way to a 52-34 victory at Cal on Saturday night. Kenny Guiton threw for four touchdowns and Jordan Hall ran for three more.
Ohio State takes on their first BCS opponent of the season against Cal in Berkeley Saturday night. Buckeye Sports Bulletin's Ben Axelrod and Simone Scott preview the Buckeyes' game.
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