12:09 AM EST, Mon December 09, 2013
Ohio State Buckeyes Rumors & News
News-Herald 1 hour ago
For the first time in 37 years, Ohio State will be taking its talents to South Beach. A day after having their dreams of a BCS national championship game berth shattered by a loss to Michigan State in the Big Ten Championship game, the Buckeyes accepted a bid to the Orange Bowl. Ohio State (12-1) will face Clemson (10-2) at 8:30 p.
Columbus Dispatch 3 hours ago
Ohio State will play Clemson the BCS Orange Bowl on Jan.3 in Miami Gardens, Fla., OSU officials confirmed tonight. The game promises to bring historical reflections and perhaps record-threatening offensive performances.
ATLANTA — If offense was the only requirement, Auburn would be a shoo-in for the national championship game.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Another game, another blowout for Florida State.
No. 18 Oklahoma 33, No. 6 Oklahoma State 24: Blake Bell threw a 7-yard touchdown pass to Jalen Saunders with 19 seconds remaining to help visiting Oklahoma spoil rival Oklahoma State’s Big 12 championship and Bowl Championship Series game hopes with a victory yesterday.
Plain Dealer 18 hours ago
The Buckeyes didn't go to their best weapon, Carlos Hyde, often enough as he finished with 118 yards on 18 carries.
TEMPE, Ariz. — Stanford’s players stood on the makeshift stage in the end zone, waving red roses as coach David Shaw accepted the Pac-12 championship trophy.
ALLIANCE, Ohio — Mount Union scored 31 points in the first quarter then had to hold on late to edge Wesley 62-59 in an NCAA Division III playoff game yesterday.
Plain Dealer 19 hours ago
Ohio State will have a few weeks to alleviate the dysfunction in the defensive backfield. Thirteen games into the 2013 campaign, however, what adjustments have yet to be administered? The Buckeyes had survived despite their flaws. Not anymore.
Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller had a strong performance, but he wasn't enough to lead the Buckeyes to victory. Now Ohio State's national title hopes, and his Heisman Trophy dreams are lost.
Ohio State's national title hopes? Dashed. Ohio State's defense? Gashed. The seemingly inevitable Florida State-Ohio State party in Pasadena? Crashed. Michigan State captured the Big Ten title with a 34-24 win.
MIchigan State gives Ohio State fans another night to forget -- if only they could.
INDIANAPOLIS — Winning had become so habitual for Ohio State’s football team, the Buckeyes had long forgotten the taste of defeat. OSU was reminded of its bitterness last night, and that taste will linger for the Buckeyes because of everything that Michigan State cost them.
Stars of the game: Michigan State quarterback Connor Cook, an Ohio native, threw for 304 yards and three touchdowns, torching the Ohio State pass defense. And running back Jeremy Langford put the upset away with a 23-yard touchdown run up the middle with 2:16 to play.
INDIANAPOLIS — Michigan State quarterback Connor Cook said early last week that the Spartans were “licking their chops” to go against an Ohio State pass defense that had been burned by Michigan, then he lived up to that last night.