Brian Hartline, Chris Olave Ohio State Buckeyes
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No Pigeonholing, Buckeyes Looking for Their Six Best Receivers

One of Ohio State’s biggest question marks surrounding the team entering the 2020 season is who will replace the talent lost in the wide receiver room. The Buckeyes have a number of star receivers coming in from the new recruiting class, but ‘Zone 6’ only returns two major contributors from the rotation last season in rising junior Chris Olave and rising sophomore Garrett Wilson.

Justin Fields Ohio State Buckeyes Quarterback
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Heisman: Five Buckeyes Who Could Be in New York in 2020

Former Buckeye quarterback Joe Burrow won the 2019 Heisman Trophy Saturday night. He was one of four current or former Buckeyes to finish in the Top 6 of the award’s voting. Sophomore quarterback Justin Fields finished third, junior defensive end Chase Young finished fourth, and junior running back JK Dobbins finished sixth. Dobbins wasn’t one of the four finalists…

Ryan Day Ohio State Buckeyes
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Buckeye Football Notebook: ‘Win it your very first year, you got no chance after that’

Trailing 21-7 against Wisconsin in the Big Ten Championship Game last Saturday night, the Buckeyes were faced with a third-and-7 early in the third quarter. Quarterback Justin Fields dropped back, then scrambled left for a bit before heaving it downfield to sophomore receiver Chris Olave for a 50-yard gain. The play was exactly what…

Justin Fields Ohio State Buckeyes Quarterback
Football The Rivalry

Don’t Let Frequency of Great Performances Overshadow History Being Made

Ohio State went into Ann Arbor on Saturday and beat Michigan for an eighth-consecutive year. It was their 15th win in 16 games, and 17th win in the last 19  meetings. Some would call it ‘old hat,’ but if the new hat fits so great and looks so good every year, it’s okay to admire it for its individual beauty. There is no reason to just toss it on your pile of other hats.

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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.