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There’s never an off week when it comes to the constant jabs between Ohio State and Michigan.
Just days after it was reported Urban Meyer required scouts to switch out of their blue shirts while scouting Buckeye players, the Michigan band return a salvo at Columbus by spelling out “Ohno” instead of “Ohio” during the season opening game against Central Michigan on Saturday.
You better believe Urban Meyer will share this with his players before “The Game” on Nov. 30.
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Ohio State’s quarterback Braxton Miller is an easy top 5 (at least) candidate to win the Heisman Trophy this year, and he got off to a fairly good start. On his first play from scrimmage, Braxton connected with Devin Smith on a 47-yard touchdown pass. Enjoy the viodeo of the beautiful strike above. And, we are off…
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Ohio State is off to a hot start in 2013 — Braxton Miller connected with Devin Smith for a 47-yard touchdown pass to open the scoring Saturday afternoon. Urban Meyer and his Ohio State team don’t look like they will mess around against the Buffalo Bulls, and this offense has some firepower.
This play was on the first Ohio State’s first possession of the game:
A strike by Braxton...
THE Ohio State University shows off just a touch of that 12-0 swagger with this slick set of Buckeye gloves.
In the first game of the 2013 season, the Ohio State Buckeyes showed how explosive their offense can be in the second year of Urban Meyer’s system. Here at the Empire, we are going to breakdown two of the Buckeyes five scores which went for over 40 yards and also the two-point conversions executed by back-up quarterback Kenny Guiton.
47 Yard TD Pass- Miller to Smith
The Buckeyes are back and they're eligible. And Urban Meyer isn't messing around.
The Ohio State kingpin ran a successful fake extra point after the team's first touchdown of the season. Against Buffalo. A team that is 9-27 in the last three seasons.
Here's the gloriousness:
Urban didn't stop there. After the team's second touchdown, also in the first quarter...
After helping the Ohio State Buckeyes win their first game of what should be a special season, Brutus the Buckeye did what any self-respecting mascot would do, he crashed a wedding.
Deadspin is reporting that Brutus ended up at a Columbus wedding, and from the looks of the photo, the wedding party had no problem with the mascot from their favorite team busting a move.
Robert Littal endorses...
Linebacker Justin Hilliard is one of the top prospects in the state of Ohio for the 2015 class. He was at Ohio State this past weekend for an unofficial visit.
It’s good to see that Greg Oden signed with Miami, spent some time on South Beach, trained with LeBron and headed right…
Braxton Miller had to overcome cramps to lead Ohio State to a win over the University at Buffalo. The Buckeyes were far from sharp today, but there were some bright spots: Jordan Hall had a very nice game running for 2 TDs and 159 yards and that experienced Offensive Line were solid.
While the Bulls have aspirations of competing for a MAC Conference Title, Ohio State has to...
Senior running back Jordan Hall rushed for 159 yards on 21 carries and two touchdowns as No. 2 Ohio State defeated Buffalo, 40-20, in front of 103,980 fans at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Saturday afternoon. […]
Ohio State began its season Saturday afternoon with its 13th consecutive victory, a 40-20 win against Buffalo in Ohio Stadium. Jordan Hall and Chris Fields each scored two touchdowns for the Buckeyes. Stay tuned for more throughout the day.
In the season opener, you expect an inferior opponent and a lack of focus to come into play at some point for the heavy favorite. The only problem was, against the Buffalo Bulls (4-8 last year), the Buckeyes cut the engines a bit after cruising out to a 23-0 first quarter lead. The offense looked phenomenal, frankly unstoppable, to start. But, some careless turnovers, some key leaders...
Ohio State opened the season Saturday with a 40-20 win against Buffalo. BuckeyeSports.com photographer Josh Winslow was on hand to capture the action.
Ohio State got through its season-opening win against Buffalo while missing -- or getting abbreviated performances out of -- a number of key contributors. The good news, head coach Urban Meyer said Monday at his weekly press conference, is that many of those players will be back in the fold Saturday vs. San Diego State.
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