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The Mark Graham Sports Blog:
We are only, what, two or three days into the new college football season and already we have what could be the catch of the year, or at least that's what Eric Collins of the Big Ten Network believes.
Ohio State Buckeyes receiver Devin Smith hauled in a one handed that appeared to have been slightly overthrown by quarterback Braxton Miller. The touchdown put the Buckeyes ahead of Miami (OH) Redhawks early in the second.
Nice way to start the Urban Meyer era in Columbus.
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Ohio State Buckeyes wide receiver Devin Smith made an incredible touchdown catch on Saturday against Miami (Ohio).
Not a bad way to start the season for coach Urban Meyer.
As you no doubt heard, Notre Dame radio analyst Allen Pinket got suspended for remarks about how having criminals on your college football team makes you better. He even used Ohio State as an example. Buckeyes DT John Simon, a future NFL pick, talked about malfeasance and punishment within the Buckeye program at media day
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For a program entering its 123rd season of play, Ohio State football will look considerably different this fall. After a disappointing 6-7 record last season, first-year head coach Urban Meyer will not only install a new offensive scheme, but a new hope as well.
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Braxton Miller ran and threw for 368 yards as Ohio State steamrolled instate rival Miami (Ohio) by a 56-10 final in the 2012 season opener for both teams. The game also served as the debut for Urban Meyer as head coach of the Buckeyes.
Ohio State’s Devin Smith may have captured the catch of the year after just one week of football.During the second quarter of Ohio States game against Miami (Ohio), Smith hauled in a beautiful one hander that had shades of Charles Woods written all over it.BlackSportsOnline
Once Skull Session was complete and the student section got through their first attempt at Quick Cals, with Mickey Marotti and the team leading the way, it was time to finally get football back underway in Columbus with 105,039 packed into Ohio Stadium for the 2012 opener.
Nine months of hype and hope, and an incredible build up of intensity within the Ohio State program and fanbase...
Ohio State wide receiver Devin Smith's one handed 23-yard touchdown catch.
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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- Ohio State returns four starters to its women's basketball team that will open its season against national runner-up Notre Dame on the USS Yorktown in Charleston, S.C., Harbor on Nov. 9.
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Tomorrow will be like Christmas Day from Ohio State football fans. Not only does the program's 123rd season kick off in the Horseshoe, it marks the debut of the Urban Meyer era. We have some thoughts on that as well as the regular weekly features: OSU-Miami Tidbits, news and notes from Around The Country and the often imitated but never duplicated Fearless Forecast.
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It's only the first week of the season, but Ohio State's Devin Smith may end up with the best catch of the season. Watch for yourself.
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