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ESPN college football analyst Mark May is not a very popular figure in Columbus, Ohio. May, who is not shy about his disdain for Ohio State, usually riles up the Buckeyes faithful in one of two ways â he either picks against OSU on television or he goes after their fan base on Facebook/Twitter.
Mayâs incessant trolling on Twitter has led to gems like the one below, in which he attempts to compare OSU fans to zombies:
Watching walking dead family and friends making me pretty cool watch
â Mark May (@mark_may) February 25, 2013
They remind me of buckeye fans
â Mark May (@mark_may) February 25, 2013
Well, this week, May flipped the script and picked the Buckeyes to beat No. 16 Northwestern in Evanston. OSU running back Carlos Hyde made it clear he doesnât want Mayâs support, however:
NOOO Mark May picked us!!!! lol
â Carlos Hyde (@El_Guapo34) October 4, 2013
It seems that Ohio Stateâs players, at least, are happy keeping May in the villainous role he so well plays. That being said...
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Senior running back Carlos Hyde rushed for 168 yards on 26 carriers and three touchdowns as No. 4/3 Ohio State defeated Northwestern, 40-30, in a Big Ten contest at Ryan Field in Evanston, Saturday night. [âŚ]
It was a rainy night in Evanston, but it wasn't enough to stop Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde.
Hyde ran for 168 yards and 3 TD's, leading the Buckeye's to a 40-30 comeback win against Northwestern.
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Apparently ESPN College GameDayâs Lee Corso is tired of picking the underdog. Corso, who has been wrong more often than heâs been right this season, went âback to basicsâ and chose Ohio State to knock off Northwestern in Evanston later tonight. The Buckeyes are favored by approximately a touchdown, for what itâs worth.
There were no live animals this time around â just...
Ohio State and Northwestern have not played since 2008 and much has changed between these two teams since the last meeting.The Buckeyes are 46-10...
The Ohio State Buckeyes and Northwestern Wildcats meet on Saturday in a game that features two ranked teams out of the Big Ten.
Ohio State (5-0) Â is currently ranked No. 4 while Northwestern (4-0) enters the game ranked No. 16.
This is one of the few games remaining on Ohio Stateâs schedule which could prove to be a challenge. Of course Northwestern will not go down...
College GameDay was at Northwestern today and luckily for me that is right in my backyard. I took the 30 minute drive from Chicago to Evanston to see how Wildcats fans get down.
Stereotypes are usually accurate because they are true. The stereotypes that you have in your head about what Northwestern football fans are like is 100% true. It is an academics first school (which was evident...
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Northwestern looked like it might be on its way to that signature win, the kind that would show the Wildcats can beat the best in the Big Ten.
Ohio State simply refused to sign off on it.
So the Wildcats settled for a close loss, knowing they gave the Buckeyes their best shot on a wet and wild night at Ryan Field and it still wasn't enough.
Carlos Hyde ran for a career-high...
College GameDay is coming to Evanston this Saturday for a battle between undefeated Northwestern and Ohio State. Thankfully for the Wildcats, Doug Meffley, Director of Digital and Social Communications, is helping to get the word out, in Paul Revere-like fashion.
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