COLUMBUS — Ohio State came into the Maryland game knowing that they would be down not one, but two of their starting defensive ends. Senior defensive end Jonathon Cooper has missed the majority of the games this season due to injury, and with junior defensive end Chase Young’s future up in the air, the Ohio State Rushmen had to figure out a way to make up…
COLUMBUS — Maryland’s graduate transfer linebacker Keandre Jones returned to Ohio Stadium for the first time on Saturday as a member of the opposing team. Jones, a Maryland native, spent three years at Ohio State and played in 33 games for the Buckeyes from 2016 to 2018. He played in all 28 games for the back-to-back Big Ten Champion Buckeyes in 2017 and 2018…
COLUMBUS — Ohio State men’s basketball head coach Chris Holtmann, junior forward Kyle Young, and junior forward Kaleb Wesson met with the media on Tuesday to preview OSU’s upcoming game against in-state foe Cincinnati. The game will be played on Wednesday in Columbus, Ohio. Tip is set for 8:30 PM and the game will be aired on FS1. Here’s a summary of what was said at interviews.
COLUMBUS — Ohio State men’s basketball head coach Chris Holtmann, and Buckeye guards CJ Walker and Duane Washington Jr. met with the media on Tuesday to preview OSU’s upcoming exhibition game against Cedarville. The game will be played on Wednesday at 7:00 PM in Columbus, Ohio and will be aired on BTN Plus. Here’s a summary of what was said at interviews.
Although they weren’t on the field at the same time, arguably one of the best match-ups in Saturday’s game was between the two Heisman-caliber running backs, Wisconsin’s Jonathan Taylor and Ohio State’s J.K. Dobbins.
Wisconsin’s No. 1 defense is one problem for Ohio State, but another big challenge for the Buckeyes lies on the other side of the ball.
On Saturday, the Ohio State defense will face its biggest threat of the season in Badgers’ junior running back Jonathan Taylor. Taylor, a Heisman Candidate running back, essentially runs Wisconsin’s offense. The Buckeye defense has the task of attempting to limit a back who is just one of three players to ever reach the 5,000 career rushing mark before his senior season.
Redshirt sophomore cornerback Shaun Wade has emerged as one of Ohio State’s top defensive playmakers this season. This has not come as a surprise to most, as when Wade flashed last season, it was clear that he had the potential to make a name for himself at Ohio State. Wade was a five-star recruit in 2017 from Trinity Christian Academy in Jacksonville, Florida.