Chase Young Ohio State Buckeyes defensive end
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Chase Young Wins Silver Football as Big Ten’s Best Player

Ohio State junior defensive end Chase Young has won the Chicago Tribune Silver Football Award, which goes annually to the Big Ten’s best player. Young currently leads the nation with 16.5 sacks and is sixth with 19.5 tackles for loss. He was named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year and Big Ten Defensive Lineman of the Year earlier in the week by the conference’s…

Ohio State cornerback Jeffrey Okudah Michigan
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Chase Young, Jeff Okudah Highlight 2019 All-B1G Defensive Team

Ohio State has placed four starters on the 2019 All-Big Ten First-Team defense. Junior defensive end Chase Young, junior cornerback Jeff Okudah, and senior safety Jordan Fuller were named to both the coaches and media first team, while senior linebacker Malik Harrison was selected only be the coaches as a first-team honoree. Fifth-year senior cornerback Damon Arnette…

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The Grumpy Old Buckeye: Ohio State at That Team Up North

Ohio State and Michigan renewed the greatest rivalry in all of sports with Jim Harbaugh’s team peaking and the Buckeyes coming off one of their sloppiest performances of the season. The Game has been owned by Ohio State since Jim Tressel took over as OSU coach in 2001 but at some point you just figure all the stars will finally align for the Wolverines.

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Ohio State Postgame with Ryan Day, Buckeyes Following 56-27 Win Over Michigan

ANN ARBOR, MI — Following Ohio State’s dominating 56-27 victory over the now-three-loss Michigan Wolverines, Buckeye head coach Ryan Day spent some time talking to reporters, as did a number of players, including Justin Fields, Chris Olave, Jonathon Cooper, Robert Landers, Jonah Jackson, JK Dobbins, and more. Here are the highlights of what was said.

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Statistical Projection: Ohio State at Michigan

Just last year, for instance, Michigan was the betting favorite and came into the contest with the best statistical defense in the nation. That is, until Urban Meyer looked like Red Beaulieu with a stolen playbook. Jim Harbaugh and Don Brown (collective Coach Kleins in this Waterboy comparison) had no answer for a Buckeye team that put up 62 points and won by 23.