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Ohio State now without Braxton Miller win against Navy

Ohio State without 2-time Big 10 Offensive Player of the Year Braxton Miller due to injuring his shoulder again still won against Navy in Baltimore, MD 34-17.  If you can believe it, the Buckeyes were actually down going into halftime 6-7.  Braxton’s replacement Redshirt freshman J.T. Barrett completed 12 of 15 passes for 226 yards and two touchdowns in his college debut as...
Via NCAA Football Zone
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Buckeyes Avoid The Trap

In what may have been the very definition of a “trap game”, the No.5 ranked Ohio State Buckeyes prevailed in a toughly contested 34-17 battle with Navy. It wasn’t pretty. It wasn’t even as good as the final score may indicate. But for Ohio State it was a win and a much needed start to the season. It was also an escape of a major trap game. The season could not get here fast...
Via Cleveland Sports Chat
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Video: Navy Joins Ohio State As The Buckeyes Sing “Carmen Ohio,” OSU Joins Midshipmen For “Navy Blue And Gold”

After every Ohio State game, the Buckeyes football team sings the song “Carmen Ohio,” regardless of whether the team wins or loses. It’s one of the special things that is part of the rich tradition at Ohio State. Today, after the Buckeyes upended Navy, 34-17, the Midshipmen did something really cool: they joined Ohio State as the team sang “Carmen Ohio.” This is an awesome...
Via College Spun
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Ohio State TE Jeff Heuerman wearing No. 5 to honor Braxton Miller

Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller will miss the entire 2014 season after having surgery to repair a torn labrum. Not having Miller, who was a Heisman Trophy favorite, will be an incredible obstacle for the Buckeyes to overcome. Senior tight end Jeff Heuerman is hoping Miller’s No. 5 can still bring the team some good […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Photo: Ohio State Captain Jeff Heuerman Will Wear No. 5 In Honor Of Braxton Miller

Braxton Miller may not see the field for the Ohio State Buckeyes this season, but captain Jeff Heuerman will be sure that the No. 5 jersey is well represented on the field this year. The senior tight end has switched him number from 86 to Miller’s 5 for this week’s game in Baltimore against Navy. Only right that part of him stays on the field with us @BraxtonMiller5 pic.twitter...
Via College Spun
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Photos: Check Out The Awesome New Uniforms Navy Will Be Wearing Against Ohio State

With Ohio State’s loss of Braxton Miller, it’s quite possible that Saturday’s game between the Buckeyes and Navy will be a close one.  If the Midshipmen can’t pull off the upset, they’ll at least look fantastic. Check out the new Under Armour uniforms Navy will wear against Ohio State:  Ohio State and Navy are set to kickoff at 12 p.m E.T. Saturday in Baltimore.
Via College Spun
3 days ago  |  Discuss

WFNY’s 2014 Ohio State Buckeyes Preview: The Defense

The NFL may leave you hanging for another week, but the Ohio State Buckeyes and their NCAA brethren have you covered. Last season was the Year of the Offense for Ohio State. Braxton Miller, Carlos Hyde and company ran roughshod through the regular season behind a veteran offensive line led by two presumptive NFL opening day starters in center Corey Linsley (Green Bay) and tackle...
Via Waiting For Next Year
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Ohio State Releases Two-Deep Depth Chart vs. Navy

The two-deep Ohio State depth chart for the Navy game has officially been released. While some may have expected a few of the ongoing position battles to be finally answered, there was plenty of ‘OR’ going on, which means that either player can be used and a game-time decision will be made on the starter. There are positions that remain up in the air, and that only adds intrigue...
Via Cleveland Sports Chat
4 days ago  |  Discuss

This Hype Video Will Have All Ohio State Fans Ready To Run Through A Wall As The 2014 Season Begins

Despite the fact that Braxton Miller will be missing the entire 2014 season with a shoulder injury, Ohio State fans seem to be quite optimistic about their team’s chances this fall.  With a relatively light schedule, a host of talented playmakers on offense, and an incredibly fierce defensive line, it’s possible Ohio State could win a conference championship and appear in the...
Via College Spun
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Ohio State’s two-deep roster vs. Navy

We,, here it is, boys and girls. Ohio State’s first two-deep depth chart of the season. Lots of “OR” on the chart below.
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Photo: Braxton Miller Tweets Out A Motivational Poster, Says The Greatest Glory Is Rising In Every Time We Fall

Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller has a long road ahead of him. After undergoing shoulder surgery on Tuesday, Miller is expected to take 9-12 months to recover from the shoulder injury that will keep him out for the entire 2014 season. It’s certainly going to be a long, arduous process, but Miller is prepared to face it head on, according to a tweet he sent out earlier today...
Via College Spun
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Ohio State football: The Song Remains The Same

The first game week of the season brings with it the first 2014 edition of my “Cus Words” column at After an eventful offseason that took a surprising turn toward the end, where do the Buckeyes stand heading into the Navy game? I am curious to see the effects of Urban Meyer’s intense efforts to remake the culture of the program. Although he took responsibility...
Via Cus Words Blog
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Mickey Mitchell Will Not Attend Ohio State

Mickey Mitchell   All-everything swingman Mickey Mitchell broke the hearts of Ohio State Buckeye basketball fans after he recently de-committed his verbal agreement to play basketball at the university. As heartbreaking it may be,  it wasn’t a surprise to see Mitchell make his decision after his older Michael Mitchell (former OSU football player) left for Texas Tech for wanting...
Via The Front Office News
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Ohio State Names Team Captains

Monday marked the start of the first official game week for the Ohio State football program. With Navy on tap in just five days now, Urban Meyer conducted his first press conference of the regular season just following practice to prepare for game-one. Meyer dropped the typical information in his meeting with the media, but he also named the official captains for his football team...
Via Cleveland Sports Chat
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Analyzing the impact of Braxton Miller’s season ending injury.

The recent injury to Braxton Miller was discouraging to the Ohio State faithful as well as the Big Ten. The Big Ten has been trying its best to slowly repair its national image, but the recent news of Braxton Miller’s season ending shoulder injury could prove to be a huge blow to the entire conference. Depending on the outcome of No views yet
Via In The Neutral Zone
7 days ago  |  Discuss
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