Rutgers football might be the most uncompetitive team in Big Ten history. But in the big picture, things are actually far worse than you even might imagine.
Redshirt junior linebacker Tuf Borland and fifth-year nose tackle Davon Hamilton were named Ohio State’s Defensive Players of the Game for their performances in the Buckeyes’ 73-14 win over Maryland on Saturday. Redshirt-sophomore center Josh Myers and fifth-year senior receiver KJ Hill earned the nod for the Buckeye offense.
What can we possibly learn from what seems like the seventh 73-14 win for the Buckeyes this season? I have no idea, but even a day late because of basketball, I’m going to give it a shot. If I were to let Gus Johnson and Joel Klatt do this piece, the first item on the list would be that somebody in the Maryland football program blew the whistle on Chase Young. But that’s not…
The Ohio State Rutgers point spread is already historic. And the Buckeyes have a chance to do a whole lot of things you’ve never seen them do before.