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Urban Meyer has Tim Tebow give a pep talk to Buckeyes

            The Ohio State Buckeyes are preparing to take on the Alabama Crimson Tide in the Sugar Bowl for the inaugural College Football Playoff.  Coach Urban Meyer has faced Alabama in big games before, the biggest of which came in 2008 when the Florida Gators beat the Crimson Tide 31-20 in the SEC Championship. The quarterback leading...
Via Sports-Glory
3 hours ago  |  Discuss

Cardale ‘Easy Money’ Jones Is My New College QB Hero

  Cardale Jones could never play another down at Ohio State and the guy wouldn’t have any problem making money for the rest of his life. You win a Big Ten Championship game on six days notice, take the Buckeyes to the college football playoff and you can become a car dealer for life in this state. In fact, you can open several car dealerships in Columbus and never actually work...
Via Busted Coverage
4 hours ago  |  Discuss

Overlooked storylines of College Football Playoff semifinals

You know what the main stories will be when the College Football Playoff arrives on Jan. 1: Can Mark Helfrich not get destroyed in the coaching matchup with Jimbo Fisher? Can Cardale Jones lead Ohio State’s offense with distinction? Can Oregon’s offense deal with an extended layoff, finding rhythm in a situation that is often hostile to tempo-based offenses? Can Alabama...
Via The Student Section
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Big Ten Championship: Ohio State football rolls over Wisconsin

The Ohio state football team made an emphatic statement to the selection committee on Saturday with their 59-0 trouncing of Wisconsin in the Big Ten title game. Their statement: we deserve to be in the final four. It seems as if the committee heard the pleas of Buckeye nation, as it was announced Sunday that Ohio State squeaked into the fourth spot and will take on Alabama in the...
10 days ago  |  Discuss

The Latest Coaches’ Poll Was Released, Features Ohio State At No. 4

Cardale Jones helped propel OSU to No. 4 While all eyes are on the College Football Playoff rankings today, we have a new edition of the Coaches’ Poll. As you might expect, the top six teams — Alabama, Florida State, Oregon, TCU, Baylor and Ohio State — were the same as last week, since all of those squads won. The top three teams held their spots, but Ohio State jumped to...
Via College Spun
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Ohio State QB Cardale Jones Can’t Believe The Buckeyes’ Win On Saturday Night Wasn’t A Dream

Everything that could have gone right for Ohio State on Saturday night went right. The Buckeyes played a perfect game en route to destroying Wisconsin in the Big Ten Championship Game, 59-0. This happened even though Urban Meyer’s squad started Cardale Jones at quarterback, who before Saturday night, had never started in a college game before. Jones sent out a tweet this morning...
Via College Spun
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Ohio State shuts out Wisconsin to win Big Ten championship

  BIG TEN CHAMPIONS   For the second season in a row, the Ohio State Buckeyes visited Indianapolis for the Big Ten Championship Game. This year’s game was quite unlike the previous edition, as the Scarlet and Gray laid the wood to the Wisconsin Badgers to the tune of a 59-0 final score. The biggest surprise (or perhaps not) was the play of 3rd string quarterback Cardale...
Via Buckeye Battle Cry
11 days ago  |  Discuss

I believe in Cardale Jones and you should too

J.T. Barrett’s rise was meteoric. He went from unknown redshirt freshman to inexperienced quarterback struggling mightily against Virginia Tech to wise-beyond-his-years Heisman candidate and shredder of defenses in just over three months. His development made the question, “Will Braxton Miller get his starting job back next season?” a real discussion and put him on the bath...
Via Waiting For Next Year
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Boy has encouraging words for Ohio State's third-string QB

In what is the most heartfelt video we’ve seen in some time, a young boy has a message to Ohio State’s new starting quarterback, Cardale Jones.  Joshua Chambers, a Buckeye fan, is also a cancer survivor. He’s been battling high-risk acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Throughout this year, he’s communicated with several Ohio State players and coaches; most notably, Chambers...
Via College Spun
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Photo: An Ohio State Dormitory Has Been Temporarily Renamed “Cardale Jones Tower”

It’s Cardale Jones time at Ohio State, so it makes sense for the Buckeyes to name a dormitory after their new starting quarterback.  The redshirt sophomore will be making his first-career start Saturday in the Big Ten Championship Game against Wisconsin, as redshirt freshman J.T. Barrett will miss the rest of the season with a fractured ankle.  In anticipation of Jones’ debut...
Via College Spun
16 days ago  |  Discuss

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