Every game has an X-factor who can be the determining ingredient in the outcome of the contest. Monday night, it could be the Ohio State tight ends, Tom Dienhart writes.
Ohio State fans will be out in full force at Monday's inaugural College Football Playoff National Championship Game, and that includes several former Buckeyes stars.
It looks like Ohio State has found its new offensive coordinator. According to ESPN, the Buckeyes will tab former Nebraska OC Tim Beck to replace Tom Herman.
No. 7 Ohio State won six of 10 matches, including momentum-swinging wins at 184 and 197 pounds, to knock off third-ranked and defending national champion Penn State on Sunday.
What is it like to face Ohio State’s offense? BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart asked an anonymous Big Ten defensive coordinator for his thoughts.
DALLAS – The sting still rings. It won’t go away. It is the game that almost kept Ohio State from landing a playoff spot. It’s the game that the Buckeyes still don’t like to discuss. It’s the 35-21 loss to Virginia Tech in the second game of the season. “That was the turning point of the season,” said Ohio State wideout Devin Smith. [ MORE: Jacob Jarvis photo | OSU hype video | Ezekiel Elliott feature ] The Buckeyes’ surprsing loss to Virginia Tech in the infancy of this season is a big reason why the Buckeyes are here playing
The Ohio State offensive line has made huge strides this season, and Tom Dienhart sat down with center Jacoby Boren to learn more about the unit.
Everybody knows about Oregon's prolific offense. But how is Ohio State's defense preparing to stop it? Tom Dienhart asked co-defensive coordinator Chris Ash in this Q&A.
The Ohio State football team met the media and practiced Saturday in preparation of Monday night’s inaugural College Football Playoff National Championship Game. See our gallery, courtesy of USA TODAY Sports (@USATSportsImage), below.
Anytime Gus Frerotte, the football coach at John Burroughs High School in suburban St. Louis, wanted to show a player how to play a position, he had Ezekiel Elliott do it.