We like to follow along with whatever crazy formula ESPN uses to predict the Ohio State football games during the season. The worldwide leader in sports programming sausage doesn’t tell you what goes into what comes out the other end, but there’s product there and we’re consuming it.
Week 4 for the Ohio State football team is in the books with OSU demolishing an Akron squad that was outmanned, and that means we get to turn our attention to what some of the former Buckeyes have done in the NFL instead this week.
Throughout the season, we will break down game film to spotlight certain plays that went well for the Buckeyes and others that did not. This week’s film breakdown will highlight the areas and plays that were successful for the Buckeyes.
Ohio State wrapped up the non-conference portion of its schedule with a 59-7 win over Akron on Saturday evening. The Buckeyes briefly fell behind the Zips on the second drive of the game but scored 59 unanswered points under the direction of quarterbacks Kyle McCord and Jack Miller, who played in place of an injured C.J.
A bizarre and mysterious scene broke out during Ohio State’s dominating win over Akron on Saturday night. Senior linebacker K’Vaughan Pope got into an emotional exchange between some of the coaches and players and proceeded to run off the field and back into the OSU locker room.
Ohio State put together its most complete game of the season on Saturday afternoon with a 59-7 victory over in-state foe Akron. The Buckeyes were led offensively by true freshman quarterback Kyle McCord, who threw for 319 yards and three two touchdowns in his first career start in place of an injured C.J.
Well, Ohio State did exactly what Ohio State was supposed to do against a team like Akron. After allowing the Zips to jump out to a touchdown lead, the Buckeyes rattled off 59 unanswered points and they looked dominating doing so.
You had to believe this was coming, but we have confirmation that Ohio State linebacker K’Vaughan Pope has been dismissed from the football team. The news came as a result of a statement from Ryan Day through an Ohio State spokesman.
The Ohio State football team won 59-7 yesterday. It was the first time all season that the Buckeyes looked good on both sides of the ball. But as I wrote earlier today, that’s not what everyone was talking about.