Reigning national champ and unanimous No. 1 Ohio State is taking on Virginia Tech in the final game of the opening week of the college football season.
Why mess with a good thing, right? [ MORE: Get Week 1 Big Ten scores & stats ] Defending national champion Ohio State will wear the Nike Mach Speed alternate uniform it wore vs. Alabama in the Sugar Bowl for its 2015 opener tonight at Virginia Tech. The Buckeyes rallied past the Crimson Tide the only other time they wore the uniform. They wore a home version of the alternate in the inaugural championship game vs. Oregon. Ohio State and Virginia Tech, the only team to beat the Buckeyes last season, close the Week 1 slate at 8 p.m. ET
Ohio State coach Urban Meyer says he meant no disrespect to Virginia Tech when he blamed the Buckeyes' stunning home loss to the Hokies last season on his team's "lack of preparation." That doesn't figure to be a problem Monday night.
If it seems like we’ve been talking about the Ohio State at Virginia Tech game for nine months … it’s because we have. Now, it’s finally here, the much-anticipated Labor Day night clash between the Buckeyes and Hokies. Some think this will be Ohio State’s lone test until it welcomes Michigan State on Nov. 21. Beat the Hokies, and cruise to a 10-0 start with the Spartans on deck. We shall see. Would a loss ruin OSU’s playoff hopes? No. It didn’t last year, when Va Tech beat Ohio State. Here are five things to watch tonight: 1. Quarterback. Finally,
Jaideep Anand has a thing for fast cars. In fact, he’s been known to drive a Porsche on occasion. “I take it to the track as a hobby,” he said. Mind you, Anand’s “hobby” is more than a leisure activity. As a professor at Ohio State’s Fisher College of Business, Anand’s interest in fast cars — specifically those competing on the Formula One (F1) circuit — has fueled some intriguing observations about the nature of innovation within complex businesses. To determine the relationship between innovation and business success, Anand and fellow scholars used the practices of Formula One racing as
Football fans know its college football season when Mark May is trolling Ohio State. [ MORE: Watch “Scarlet & Gray Days” Episode 1 | Episode 2 | Episode 3 ] The ESPN analyst and former Pittsburgh offensive lineman is notorious for knocking the Buckeyes – even during last season’s memorable national championship run. You remember this postgame locker room shot after Ohio State downed mighty Alabama in the Sugar Bowl, right? Well, leading up to Ohio State’s season opener Monday night at Virginia Tech, May, in a recent ESPN segment, emphatically picked the Hokies to take down the Buckeyes for
BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart explains why this has not been a great opening week for Big Ten football.
Saturday was filled with plenty of Big Ten football headlines. Catch up on all of Saturday’s Week 1 Big Ten football action inside. There will be one Big Ten game Sunday (Purdue at Marshall) and Monday (No. 1 Ohio State at Virginia Tech) to close out a four-day opening week of action. Looking for live in-game highlights? We’ll have those all season long at the links below. Illinois football highlights Indiana football highlights Iowa football highlights Maryland football highlights Michigan football highlights Michigan State football highlights Minnesota football highlights Nebraska football highlights Northwestern football highlights Ohio State football highlights Penn
Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan Wolverines have been the talk of the college football world this offseason. Ohio State players took notice. That includes running back Ezekiel Elliott. After Michigan quarterback Jake Rudock threw his third interception during the Wolverines’ matchup against Utah on Thursday night, Elliott send out a tweet that simply read “Shhhhhhh.” Check out the tweet on top of this post. The tweet immediately caught fire, receiving more than 600 retweets within 20 minutes of being posted. Enjoy, Buckeye fans!
BLACKSBURG – The Ohio State football team will join Virginia Tech in honoring the memory of two local television journalists who were tragically killed in a shooting on Aug. 26. The Buckeyes asked for permission to wear the same helmet stickers as the Hokies on Labor Day night, and that request was quickly granted. A 30-second moment of remembrance for both victims will be observed prior to the national anthem on Monday. “Ohio State expressed a desire to show its solidarity with Virginia Tech in remembering the vibrant lives of Alison Parker and Adam Ward,” Tech Director of Athletics Whit