Found September 22, 2013 on
The Victory Formation:
College football has an edge over all sports in terms of tradition, and it is because of weekly rituals like the Ohio State marching band dotting the ‘I’ when they perform ‘script Ohio.’ This typically takes place prior to the…Read more →
BEST OF MAXIM
Newsflash: Kenny Guiton is good. Really, really good. The senior backup QB was under center again last week when the Ohio State Football team (4-0) made a mockery of Florida A&M (1-3), demolishing the Rattlers 76-0 on Saturday at Ohio Stadium. The game was only close before kick-off, but once the clocked started running, so did Guiton and the high-powered Buckeye offense.
Last week, the wife of Arkansas head coach Bret Bielema, Jen, took an unnecessary shot at Wisconsin after they lost to Arizona State in what came down to a very controversial play. Jen tweeted #karma following the loss, and as…Read more →
Ohio State-Florida A&M was a blowout the second it started, but at least we’re getting to see some pretty cool plays.
The unquestioned best play of the game so far came with the Buckeyes leading 34-0, when RB Jordan Hall decided to use a referee as his lead blocker en route to an 18-yard touchdown. Seriously, talk about having the refs on your side:
Reviewing week 4 in the Big Ten. Mrecord: 10-0 and 43-3 for the season. This week’s best pick was Northwestern beating Maine 42-20 and they actually did win 35-21. Let’s see what is my worst pick on an undefeated week…I guess picking Iowa to beat WMU 24-20 when they hammered them 59-3. On to the breakdown..
Minnesota-43 San Jose State-24….CORRECT….Folks…this...
Kenny Guiton (13) went 24/34 for 215 yards with 6 TDs and 1 INT.
Believe it or not, Ohio State started this game off on the wrong foot. On third-and-goal on their first drive, senior backup quarterback Kenny Guiton threw a pick in the endzone. For some reason, Florida A&M’s Patrick Aiken decided he was going to run it out. Running back Jordan Hall forced Aiken to fumble on...
Kenny Guiton threw for a school-record six touchdowns and freshman tailback Ezekiel Elliott rushed for 162 yards and two scores as Ohio State completed the nonconference portion of its 2013 schedule by rolling to a 76-0 win over Florida A&M. It was the largest margin of victory in a shutout for the Buckeyes since a 76-0 win against Western Reserve in 1934.
Ohio State easily overmatched FCS opponent Florida A&M in Week 4. However, the Buckeyes had a little help on one of their touchdown runs.Running...
Center Corey Linsley, linebacker Curtis Grant and wide receiver Evan Spencer preview Ohio State's upcoming game against Wisconsin.
Ohio State running back Jordan Hall used the ref as a lead blocker on an 18-yard scamper into the end zone during the Buckeyes huge win over FAMU.
Head coach Urban Meyer and defensive back Bradley Roby speak with the media following Ohio State's 76-0 win against Florida A&M.
Urban Meyer lauded the efforts players like Evan Spencer and Jeff Heuerman turned in last week in Ohio State's win vs. Cal, but he was disappointed those players didn't get rewarded by putting points on the board. That was rectified quickly vs. Florida A&M.