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After The First Quarter Of 2016, Where Does Ohio State Stand?

http://gty.im/598900672 Three games into the 2016 college football season, and even though the bye week seems to have arrived early for the Ohio State Buckeyes, the first quarter has come and gone.  Only nine regular season games remain in the season, with the Buckeyes in the conversation as a possible College Football Playoff participant. As […]

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View From the Fan – Bye Week Edition

This article originally appeared at ohiostate.scout.com Thoughts on Last Week Much like Urban Meyer, I was concerned about how this young team would respond to a hostile road environment at Oklahoma. I was nervous all day – the delayed kickoff didn’t help – but once the ball was in the air, and the Buckeyes put up a […]

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View From the Fan – Oklahoma

(This article originally appeared at ohiostate.scout.com) Thoughts on Last Week Well, the result on the scoreboard certainly didn’t reflect what I saw on the television last week. Ohio State’s bland offense let Tulsa hang around for too long, and the defense forced turnover after turnover, yet the Buckeyes settled for punting or field goals? The […]

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Marshon Lattimore earns National Honor This Week

The mass exodus of Buckeye talent that left Columbus for different cities in the NFL was staggering.  An abundance of star players decided it was time to go make money for their talents. This exodus meant the Ohio State football team was going to be extremely young when they played their fist game on September […]

COLUMBUS, OH - SEPTEMBER 10:  Storm clouds roll in over Ohio Stadium in the second quarter of a game between the Tulsa Hurricane and the Ohio State Buckeyes on September 10, 2016 in Columbus, Ohio. The second half was delayed because of severe weather.  (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)

Galvin’ized Takeaways: Buckeyes Rocked them like a Golden Hurricane

This game was definitely the tale of two halves for the Buckeyes on offense. The first half against the Golden Hurricanes showed the inexperience and youth of the Buckeyes. While the second half showed the talent, resilience, and heart of the young team. The first half for the Buckeyes offense was a struggle from the […]

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Defense Shines through the Rain Clouds as Buckeyes Douse Tulsa 48-3

The Buckeyes entered today 1-0 coming off a record breaking performance last weekend against Bowling Green.  The offense racked up 776 yards of total offense and score 77 points, the most since 1950. There was the threat of some severe weather at kickoff, however it held off until around halftime, but it didn’t help the […]

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How They Compare: 2014 Defense vs. 2016 Defense

On Friday, I took a position by position look at how the 2014 and 2016 offenses compared heading into their respective seasons.  It showed the two teams were pretty similar on paper and each had their strengths.  Today we will take a look at the defenses and see how they stack up against each other […]

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Pre-Spring Outlook: Overall Depth Chart

Over the past three weeks, I have taken an in-depth look at each and every position for the Buckeyes going into spring practice, which is set to begin on tomorrow and culminate with the spring football game at Ohio Stadium on April 16th. It will be exciting to see the progress some of the younger […]

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Pre-Spring Outlook: Secondary

With the recruits signed, sealed, and almost delivered it is officially time to look forward to the 2016 football season. While the Buckeyes are already getting ready behind the scenes, things do not start to jump into another gear until the Buckeyes begin their spring practice on March 8th.  Over the next couple of weeks, […]

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Ohio State Position Battles: Cornerbacks

One of my least favorite things in the world is speculation. In most cases it leads to negativity between fans and can, in the end, divide a house when it comes to football. I thought it would be interesting to sit down and present my opinions on a few of the position battles we will […]

tBBC Roundtable: Previewing Ohio State Football

It’s almost that time of year with only 44 days until The Ohio State Buckeyes play the Naval Academy in Baltimore. As I sat and thought about it, I realized it would be a good time to get some opinions from the fans of Ohio State and our staff here at The Buckeye Battle Cry. […]

Buckeye Defensive Review: Linebackers and Defensive Backs

I wanted to talk about some of the talent we have on defense and how the Buckeyes’ new defensive staff will bring the most out of this talented young roster. This will be a two part article as I look at the linebackers and defensive backs. Before I get into the staff’s new package and […]

Marshon Lattimore Is A Buckeye!!!!

In San Antonio, Ohio State once again found gold in the shadow of the Alamo, as Cleveland Glenville’s Marshon Lattimore verballed to become a part of the 2014 recruiting class. Lattimore’s decision came as a part of the US Army All-American Bowl, and following a week where he’d continued to turn heads in both practice […]

Michigan Recruiting Weekend Roundup

The weekend was just another building block for Urban Meyer.  There were 50+ recruits in town that got to see a great environment, the coaches and players at an all time high in terms of excitement, and how close knit the team is.  In addition all the coaches and players showing respect for the seniors […]

Huge Recruiting Weekend Preview

As if The Game weren’t already primed to be an incredible event, it will be the highlight of Ohio State recruiting for the fall as well. The names and stars speak for themselves and not to mention the sheer number of high level recruits planning to be in town is unlike any recruiting weekend we […]

Bye Week Recruiting Special Part 2: 2014 Class

In the second half of our bye week recruiting special we will be taking a look into next year’s recruiting, which the coaching staff has already said is their primary focus for this week’s recruiting trips. Unfortunately, we will still be dealing with the 82 scholarship restrictions next year; combined with this year still in the […]

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