Posted November 03, 2012 on
COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Illinois loss to Ohio State Saturday ended the chance for a third straight bowl game. What now?
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The Ohio State football team got good performances from its offense and defense in a 52-22 thrashing of hapless Illinois Saturday afternoon at Ohio Stadium. One could argue the Buckeyes are playing their best heading into their open week.
Illinois could not stop Ohio State's running game or much of anything else Saturday as the Buckeyes rolled to a 52-22 victory at Ohio Stadium. We examine that, the play of the quarterbacks, special teams and more in this week's Five Answers.
The combination of Carlos Hyde and Braxton Miller was more than enough for undfeated Ohio State.
Hyde rushed for 137 yards and three touchdowns and Miller burnished his Heisman credentials by passing for two scores and running for another in the Buckeyes' 52-22 victory over Illinois on Saturday.
The Buckeyes (10-0, 6-0 Big Ten) maintained the upper hand in the Leaders Division...
Ohio State’s 2013 football schedule has been finalized with the addition of a home game Sept. 7 against San Diego State University, director of athletics Gene Smith announced today.
The Aztecs are currently 6-3 on the season and 4-1 in the Mountain West with a game at Boise State this weekend. Next year, both San Diego State and Boise State will become a member of the Big East...
San Diego State has filled the spot on Ohio State's 2013 schedule left when Vanderbilt backed out of a scheduled game, with the date of home games against Buffalo and Florida A&M moved to accommodate the change.
The Buckeyes will host the Aztecs on Sept. 7.
Ohio State is 3-0 against San Diego State, with all three games played at Ohio Stadium.
Vanderbilt suddenly dropped...
Throughout the high school football season, BuckeyeSports.com will be following the progress of Ohio State’s football commitments. Here is how the OSU verbal commitments and their teams fared last week.
Ohio State hosted in-state offensive tackle Brandon Bailey on Saturday, a player who is receiving attention from a number of Big Ten schools.
By Mark ReaBuckeyeSports.com
COLUMBUS, OH - Sixth-ranked Ohio State topped the 50-point mark for a record fourth time this season and piled up 567 yards of total offense, rolling into its open week with a 52-22 victory over Big Ten rival Illinois on Saturday afternoon.
An Ohio Stadium crowd of 105,311 looked on as the Buckeyes moved their season record to a perfect 10-0 for the first...
Despite serving an NCAA postseason ban, Ohio State still has an outside shot at sharing the national championship. See what we mean along with OSU-Illinois Tidbits, This Week In College Football History, news and notes from Around The Country and the Fearless Forecast.
Illinois' loss to Ohio State ends the chance for third consecutive bowl trip.
Every day in the late summer and fall has its moments in Ohio State football history, and Nov. 3 is no different. Click the link to check out this edition of "This Date In Buckeye History."
Penn StateThe Penn State Nittany Lions lost in Happy Valley to the Ohio State Buckeyes in what some were calling the “Ineligible Bowl” this past Saturday. The first half served as more of a defensive battle. Ohio State broke the game open in the third quarter. The final score was 35-23.
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Covington (Ky.) Scott's 6'6, 285-lb junior OL Corey Fitzwater visited Ohio State on Saturday.
A look at what went right and wrong for Illinois in Saturday's 52-22 loss to Ohio State.