Found November 10, 2011 on
In the passing game, the progress remains slow, hampered by the fact that there are no veterans at quarterback or among the receivers.
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Ohio State interim coach Luke Fickell isn't sure about the standings in his own Big Ten division.
He's also not sure what other teams around the country are up to.
Yet he knows that the Buckeyes are just 2-2 in their last four trips to West Lafayette, Ind. That fact is vital since Ohio State (6-3, 3-2) rides a three-game winning streak into Ross-Ade Stadium to play the...
Ohio State has won three straight games in the Big Ten – and completed just 13 total passes while doing so. The Bucks are last in the Big Ten and 118th in the nation with just 115 passing yards per game. Yet OSU sits at 6-3 with a legitimate shot at the inaugural Big Ten title game. How is this possible? With a stellar running attack.
Against Indiana, quarterback...
This week running the ball and stopping the run will be key, as will pass protection for Ohio State. The Buckeyes will also look to put an end to their slow starting ways and solve what has made Purdue so much tougher to play against in West Lafayette.
The Ohio State football team has seen its share of first-quarter problems this season, including letting Indiana race out to a 10-0 lead last weekend. The Buckeyes will have to have a better start Saturday afternoon if they hope to win at Purdue.
Ohio State is far removed from the scandal unfolding at Penn State this week, but it was a topic of conversation as Buckeye head coach Luke Fickell held his final press conference of the week. Fickell also updated the health status of a pair of his players prior to a noon contest at Purdue on Saturday.
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Post Time: 11-11-2011 at 10:26 AM
Penn State students have an opportunity to attend the Nittany Lions' pivotal road games with Ohio State and No. 16 Wisconsin that will conclude the regular season.
Ohio State travels to Purdue, Akron faces Kent State, and John Carroll takes on Baldwin-Wallace.
Ohio State President Gordon Gee expressed disappointment in athletic director Gene Smith for not properly monitoring the actions of a booster who got several Buckeyes football players into trouble with the NCAA.