Josh Myers, Justin Fields Ohio State Buckeyes
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Buckeye Football Notebook: ‘It could go either way for anybody’

After beating every team on their schedule by double digits — including a Top 10 Wisconsin team twice — the Buckeyes fell from No. 1 to No. 2 in the College Football Playoff selection committee’s eyes in the final rankings. The drop has now pitted them against No. 3 Clemson out in the Fiesta Bowl, while No. 1 LSU gets No. 4 Oklahoma, which is seen as the much easier road.

Chase Young Ohio State Buckeye Defensive End
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Chase Young Wins Ted Hendricks Award as Nation’s Best Defensive End

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Ohio State’s Chase Young added another award to his resume on Wednesday when he was named the 2019 recipient of the Ted Hendricks Award, which has gone to the nation’s top defensive end since 2002. He is Ohio State’s first-ever recipient and just the fourth from a Big Ten school. Young received the largest percentage of votes…

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Buckeye Weekly Podcast — Addressing Coaching Rumors and Lambasting Coaching Lists

In this episode of the Buckeye Weekly podcast, Tony Gerdeman and Tom Orr address the coaching rumors involving the Ohio State coaching staff. Is Boston College a good move for Jeff Hafley? What about Colorado State for Kevin Wilson? The fellas also talk about how difficult this month is for the Buckeye coaching staff before diving into ESPN’s laughable list of the 150 greatest…

Jonah Jackson Ohio State Buckeyes Trophy

B1G Title a Blessing Jonah Jackson Couldn’t Have Imagined, Despite Trying

There is certainly some irony in the fact that the nastiest guy on Ohio State’s offensive line was also the first to break down in tears after the Buckeyes’ win over Wisconsin in the Big Ten Championship Game this past Saturday. Sure, everyone on the Buckeye offensive line was happy, and they have all climbed their own personal mountains to get where they’ve gotten…

KJ Hill Ohio State Buckeyes Receiver

OSU Career Receptions Leader KJ Hill Credits Those Who Showed Him the Way

With a 10-yard reception in the third quarter of Ohio State’s 34-21 win over Wisconsin in the Big Ten Championship Game, fifth-year senior receiver KJ Hill set the all-time receptions mark at OSU with 192 career catches. He then added three more catches onto that total, including a pair of critical touchdowns for the Buckeyes. Hill now sits at 195…