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This college football season will be a treat. Fans will get to watch the reigning Heisman Trophy winner, perhaps the most dominant and physically impressive defensive player of the last decade, a quarterback many assume will go first in the 2014 NFL Draft, and a two-time defending BCS National Champion that brings back both their starting quarterback and a running back who rushed for over 1,100 yards and 12 touchdowns a season ago. Log on to online sports book Bovada, though, and you won’t find any of them with the most favorable odds to lift up the bronze trophy in New York on December 14.
Instead of Jadaveon Clowney, Teddy Bridgewater, A.J. McCarron, T.J. Yeldon, or the embattled Johnny Manziel (I’m pretty sure at this point it’s a legal obligation to refer to him this way), it’s Ohio State second-year quarterback Braxton Miller leading the way with 11/2 odds to take home college football’s highest individual honor. While he’s not a prohibitive favorite—Clowney is at 13/2 and Joh...
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Ohio State Buckeyes quarterback Braxton Miller narrowly avoided being blown to bits by a rogue missile - if this video is to be taken at face value.
No word yet who fired the missile, although all indications seem to point to "that school up north".
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It may have seemed so far away back in January when Alabama head coach Nick Saban raised that crystal football once again following the Crimson Tide’s victory over Notre Dame, but the 2013-2014 college football season has finally arrived.
With the countdown now down to just a few more hours before the likes of South Carolina and North Carolina hit the field, let’s take a look...
By Dr. Jeff A. Glenn / @jagadelic As a longtime Buckeye, I’ve seen the fans of our boys in Columbus get ridiculously amped up for football season. The ’75 team had Heisman Trophy winning Archie Griffin returning and the ’95 team with Eddie George, Terry Glenn and Orlando Pace stirred everyone’s hearts. The ’06 team […]The post The 2013 Ohio State Buckeyes: Probation Is...
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...
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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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...
OSU quarterback Braxton Miller is one of the Heisman favorites heading into the season (photo importsweb.com)
COLUMBUS, OH - This what college football is all about.
As I made my way from the Tuttle Parking Garage across from Ohio Stadium, the atmosphere here in Columbus in anticipation for Ohio State’s home opener against the Buffalo Bulls was unlike anything I’ve ever been...
On his very drive of the year, star Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller launched a 47-yard touchdown pass to Devin Smith. Wow.
Urban Meyer shook up things on conversions early in No. 2 Ohio State's game against Buffalo on Saturday.
After Braxton Miller threw a 47-yard TD pass to Devin Smith on the Buckeyes' first possession, Ohio State came out in an unbalanced line. Most of the players were flanked to the left with two receivers slotted to the right and the longsnapper, holder and kicker in the...
Urban Meyer improved his record as head football coach at Ohio State to 13-0 as his Buckeyes kicked off the season with a 40-20 victory over Buffalo. Ohio State entered the season ranked second in the country and looked the part early on.
On the offense’s first drive of the game Heisman hopeful Braxton Miller connected with an open Devin Smith for a 47 yard touchdown strike. Following...
Second-ranked Ohio State got off to a quick start. After that, it was a bit scary.
Braxton Miller threw two touchdown passes before fighting leg cramps and Jordan Hall ran for two more scores to lead the Buckeyes to a 40-20 victory over Buffalo on Saturday in the season opener for both teams.
The Buckeyes, striving for a crisper start from coach Urban Meyer's debut in 2012...
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 exploded out of the blocks with 23 first-quarter points and then put things on cruise control, capturing a 40-20 victory against Buffalo in the 2013 season opener. The Buckeyes totaled 460 yards of offense, including a career-high 159 yards rushing by senior running back Jordan Hall. QB Braxton Miller added 178 yards and two TDs through the air as well as 77 yards on the ground.
Ohio State had a lot to play for last fall: Making people forget a year of NCAA investigations and innuendo, rebounding from the worst season in more than a century and living up to the expectations of a new coaching staff.
They more than succeeded with a stunning 12-0 turnaround.
Unlike those Buckeyes, however, the 2013 version is allowed to compete for a Big Ten championship...
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Before we hand out our Heisman Awards, I want to briefly discuss last year's winner: Juan Futbol Americana. OK, so as of me typing this up, the Aggies have not announced whether they are going to play him on Saturday against Rice. I get that. They want the NCAA to make a decision which is not their strong suit. Let's assume that they...