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At halftime, the second-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes lead the Buffalo Bulls, 30-13, at Ohio Stadium in Columbus. The Buckeyes scored 23-straight points in the opening period as Devin Smith scored on a 47-yard touchdown pass […]
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The University of Michigan marching band took some shots at Ohio State during their performance at halftime of Saturday's season opener at Ann Arbor.
The performance involved a James Bond theme, with the plot consisting of the Ohio State mascot attempting to kidnap the U of M president, Mary Sue Coleman. During a staged fight scene between "James Bond" and...
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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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...
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...
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...
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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...
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.
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.
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...