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It’s officially that time of year again, Buckeye faithful. The Urban Meyer Era of Ohio State football continues TODAY,and the University of Alabama – Birmingham Blazers are the last of four non-conference sacrificial lambs before he begins his first journey through the B1G schedule.
We’re here to cover it live with help from our friends at Fox Sports Ohio, The Buckeye Battlecry, the Buckeye Blog, Men of the Scarlet and Gray, OSU Silver Bullet and Our Honor Defend. We’ll likely have a few of your Empire team members in the chat zone as well, so if you want to hop on and chat it up with us during the game then you’re in the right place.
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One comment can make or break relationships and Ohio State coach Urban Meyer is well aware of what.
What he stated today during an interview today will endear him to Buckeyes and cement his legend as a traitor to hardcore Gators.
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Nothing you’re about to read here is news. It’s all stuff that most of us already knew. But the big deal here is everything you’re about to read here came from the mouth of Urban Meyer.
Yes, the same Urban Meyer that swept Tim Tebow off his feet on the recruiting trail. And the same Urban Meyer that got so close with Tebow that the two once got all nuzzly on the sideline.
Ohio State's first three games have seen highs, lows and a little bit of everything in between. We take a look at what we have learned so far along with the regular weekly features: OSU-UAB Tidbits, This Week In College Football History, news and notes from Around The Country and the Fearless Forecast featuring a big Upset Special.
The Buckeyes are back in action today, finishing up non-conference play with one final cupcake: The University of Alabama-Birmingham. UAB should be an easier matchup for OSU than last week’s way-too-close-for-comfort victory over California. That should be a slight boost at least for the team, as Big Ten play begins next week.
But with the conference schedule starting soon, it...
Another week of Ohio State football has almost come to an end, and we are here to bring you anything you might have missed that the Buckeyes and their coaches discussed in preparation to play host to UAB on Saturday.
Ohio State turned in another lackluster performance against a perceived lesser opponent, but the Buckeyes nevertheless secured their fourth victory in as many games with a 29-15 win Saturday over winless UAB in front of 105,019 fans at Ohio Stadium.
Braxton Miller continues to carry the Buckeyes.
After a lackluster performance against the Conference USA’s Alabama-Birmingham Blazers, the Ohio State Buckeyes (4-0, 0-0 B1G) have jumped up to fourteenth in the latest Associated Press Top-25.
While the Buckeyes are entering conference play with a perfect record through four non-conference games, their trip to East Lansing this...
Somehow, even after a close win over one of the worst teams in Division I-A (FBS) football, Urban Meyer and his Ohio State Buckeyes moved up two spots to No. 14 in the latest Associated Press top 25 college football...
Sindarius Thornwell will visit Ohio State next month.
It appears Ohio State made the cut, but not WVU as ESPN's new late-night show UNITE gives us every college football fan in 53 seconds.You got to love the TEEEEEEEBOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!!!
In spite of themselves, the Buckeyes are still undefeated on the young season. Coach Urban Meyer narrowed the problems to “offense, defense and special teams,” expressed his disappointment and said his players have to get dramatically better before opening Big Ten play at No. 21 Michigan State on Saturday.
Despite the lackluster efforts on all three phases, Ohio State still...
Urban Meyer wants to see more pre-snap adjustments, more defensive linemen and more Jordan Hall as the Buckeyes finish up nonconference play and begin preparations for the Big Ten season. We examine the growth of Braxton Miller, the state of the defensive line rotation and the role of Jordan Hall in this week's notebook.
Tarboro, N.C. – On Thursday afternoon, Ohio State secured a huge commitment from Tyquan Lewis. Lewis, one of the top defensive ends in the country, chose the Buckeyes over close to 20 other scholarship offers.
Every day in the late summer and fall has its moments in Ohio State football history, and Sept. 22 is no different. Click the link to check out this edition of "This Date In Buckeye History."
For the second time in three weeks, Ohio State will take on an opponent it has never faced before Saturday in Ohio Stadium. Learn more about the visiting Blazers in this preview, which includes opponent analysis, stats and other features.