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#3 Ohio State rolls Maryland 73-14 (Postgame Notes)



Ryan Day OSU HC Presser on 73-14 win over Maryland 11 9 2019 (13:06)

No. 1 Ohio State 73, Maryland 14 Saturday, November 9, 2019 Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio Attendance: 101,022

Ohio State Football Postgame Notes

 Ohio State is 32-1 in its last 33 Big Ten home games.

 The Buckeyes improve to 27-2 in November games since the start of the 2012 season.

 Ohio State has won 15 straight games dating back to last season, the second-longest streak in the FBS.

 Ohio State matched the 1973 Buckeyes with their ninth straight win by 20 or more points.

 Ohio State had 500 yards or more of total offense for the sixth time in nine games and the 25th time in 37 games since 2017.

 The Buckeyes scored 40 or more points for the 22nd time since the start of the 2017 season.

 This was also the 34th consecutive game that the Buckeyes have scored 20 or more points, the second longest streak in the country.

 With 705 total yards, the Buckeyes eclipsed the 700-yard mark for the first time since totaling 721 against Oregon State Sept. 1, 2018. The Buckeyes totaled 322 passing yards and 383 rushing yards marking the first game of more than 300 yards each since the contest against Oregon State.

 After leading 42-0 at halftime against the Terrapins, Ohio State has outscored its opponents 273-31 in the first half this season.

 Ohio State outgained Maryland 192-1 in the opening quarter.

 Justin Fields now has at least one passing touchdown and one rushing touchdown in eight of nine games this year. Fields has tallied multiple touchdowns in nine consecutive games.

 J.K. Dobbins and Demario McCall each rushed for two touchdowns while Marcus Crowley and Fields each ran for one. The contest marked the first time four different Buckeyes have rushed for a touchdown in the same game since Mike Weber, Parris Campbell, McCall and Johnnie Dixon ran for scores against Rutgers Oct. 1, 2016.

 Zach Harrison made his first career start.

 Rashod Berry lined up at both defensive end and tight end for the Buckeyes, becoming the first Ohio State player to play offense and defense in the same game since Zach Boren at Indiana in 2012.

 Ohio State’s defense has produced a takeaway in all nine games this season and 16 of 18 contests dating back to last season. The Buckeyes also held their eighth straight opponent to 300 yards or fewer of total offense.

 Fields now has 27 touchdown passes on the season, good for sixth in Ohio State single-season history.

 Fields has accounted for 37 touchdowns this season. That is four more than Dwayne Haskins had last season through nine games. Haskins went on to set an Ohio State single-season record with 54 touchdowns responsible for last season.

 K.J. Hill has now caught a pass in 43 consecutive games.

 Master Teague III recorded a career-high 18 carries for a career-best 111 yards on the ground.

 Crowley also notched a career-high eight carries for a career-high 82 rushing yards.

 Garrett Wilson tied his career-best four receptions for a career-high 82 yards.

 Chris Chugonov’s 103 passing yards were his most in an Ohio State uniform.

 Tyreke Smith and Davon Hamilton each posted a career-high two sacks.



Buckeyes DE Chase Young issues Statement on Violation


Chase Young


Ohio State Football Program announced early Friday morning that its star DE Chase Young, a junior, would not play against the Maryland Terrapins due to a possible NCAA violation from 2018.

Statement from the Ohio State Department of Athletics

“Ohio State’s Chase Young will not play in this Saturday’s game between the Buckeyes and the Maryland Terrapins due to a possible NCAA issue from 2018 that the Department of Athletics is looking into”.

Young issued a statement shortly thereafter on his personal Twitter account, CY2@youngchase907, explaining the violation, thanks his team and apologizes to Buckeye Nation.


Ohio State Players Status Report for Maryland Game; Chase Young suspended

Game 9 Status Report


Ohio State vs. Maryland – Saturday, Nov. 9, 2019 – Ohio Stadium; Columbus, Ohio

Game-Time Decision

§  WR Austin Mack

§  LB Teradja Mitchell


§  WR Kamryn Babb

§  DE Jonathan Cooper

§  DT Noah Donald

§  WR Elijah Gardiner

§  TE Cormontae Hamilton

§  SAF Ronnie Hickman

§  H-Back C.J. Saunders

§  DT Taron Vincent

§  DE Chase Young

Statement from the Ohio State Department of Athletics

Ohio State’s Chase Young will not play in this Saturday’s game between the Buckeyes and the Maryland Terrapins due to a possible NCAA issue from 2018 that the Department of Athletics is looking into.





#3 Ohio State starts stretch run against Maryland Terrapins












Maryland vs. No. 3 Ohio State • Saturday, Nov. 9 • When: Noon • Where: Ohio Stadium • TV: FOX • Play by Play: Gus Johnson • Analyst: Joel Klatt • Sidelines: Jenny Taft


No. 3 Ohio State begins the stretch run of its season Saturday with a noon kickoff against Maryland. The Buckeyes have won 14 consecutive games dating back to last season, the second-longest streak in the FBS.

The Buckeyes enter Saturday’s game with Top-10 statistical rankings in total offense (sixth, 514.8 yards/game), total defense (second, 224.3 yards/game), scoring offense (third, 48.3 points/game) and scoring defense (first, 7.9 points/game). The Buckeyes’ defense has given up just two touchdowns over the last 12 quarters.

This will be the sixth meeting between the Buckeyes and Terps since Maryland joined the Big Ten in 2014. Ohio State has won all six games by an average of 31.4 points/game but most recently in 2018 survived with a 52-51 overtime triumph in College Park.

  • Ohio State’s 241 first-half points is more than 58 FBS teams have scored for the entire season.
  • Ohio State has the highest opponent winning percentage (.582) among undefeated and one-loss Power 5 teams.
  • Ohio State is scoring touchdowns on 49 percent of its possessions this season, second highest in the country.
  • Since 2012, Ohio State has a 26-2 record in games played in November.
  • The Buckeyes’ defense has given up less than 300 yards of total offense in all eight games this season, its longest streak since at least 1950.
  • Ohio State is No. 2 nationally in total defense, allowing just 224.2 yards per game. The school record for fewest yards allowed in a season was in 1973 when the Buckeyes gave up just 223.8 yards/game.


  • J.K. Dobbins moved into No. 5 on Ohio State’s career rushing list vs. Northwestern and then passed Tim Spencer for fourth two weeks ago vs. Wisconsin.
  • As part of his 163-yard performance against the Badgers, Dobbins became the first player in program history to reach 1,000 yards as a freshman, sophomore and junior.
  • Dobbins’ 99.2-yards-per-game career average is the third best in program history, behind only Archie Griffin (121.5 yards/game, 1972-75) and Ezekiel Elliott 101.6 yards/game, 2013-15).


  • Justin Fields’ 33 touchdowns accounted for through eight games is two ahead of the pace last year by Heisman Trophy finalist Dwayne Haskins.
  • Fields is third nationally in touchdowns, training only Oklahoma’s Jalen Hurts and LSU’s Joe Burrow.
  • He is No. 4 in the nation and No. 1 in the Big Ten in passing efficiency rating (207.4), while his 24 touchdown passes are seventh most in the country.


  • Ohio State ranks No. 4 nationally in rushing offense with an average of 284.2 yards per game.
  • The Buckeyes have run for at last 225 yards in all eight games.
  • Their 6.2 yards-per-carry average for the season is third-best among Power 5 teams.
  • Ohio State is the only team in the country with two players averaging better than 6.5 yards per carry (minimum 70 attempts – Dobbins, 7.2 Master Teague, 6.8).


  • Over the last eight-plus season (2012-19), Ohio State is second nationally in scoring offense, averaging 41.6 points per game (in 103 games).
  • The Buckeyes have scored more touchdowns in than time span (571) than any other team in the country and 10 more than the second-highest team (Oregon).
  • In the Ryan Day era (2017-present), Ohio State has scored 40 or more points in 21 of 36 games (58.3 percent) and 30 or more points 28 times (77 percent).
  • Only four teams – Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Ohio State and Alabama – have scored 30+ points in at least 70 percent of their games since 2017.


  • Ohio State’s defense has produced 17 takeaways this year (10 INTs, seven fumble recoveries) and scored 12 times on each of the ensuing possessions (including one “pick six” by Damon Arnette vs. Indiana).
  • The Buckeyes have more points off turnovers (76) then their opponents have total points (63).
  • Ohio State has a takeaway in all eight games this season and 15 of the last 17 dating back to last season.


  • Since Day’s arrival for the 2017 season, no other team has thrown more touchdown passes then Ohio State (118 in 36 games).
  • During that same time period, the Buckeyes rank third in completion percentage (68.4) and 13th in yards per game (295.1).


Ohio State’s defense has given up a nation’s-best six touchdowns and are allowing TDs on just 5.88 percent of opponent drives.


Ohio State is allowing just 3.59 yards per play, which is best in the country. The Buckeyes have given up just 18 plays of 20 yards or more and five of 30-plus yards.


Since the start of the 2012 season, Ohio State has won 31 of its last 32 home games against Big Ten opponents with an average margin of victory of 23.3 points.


The Buckeyes are No. 1 in the country with 10 rushes of 40 yards or more. Dobbins leads the team with four such rushes. Master Teague has three (and two TDs).


Fields has accounted for 33 touchdowns (24 passing, nine rushing), which is second-best nationally. He has multiple TDs in all eight games this season.


  • Running backs Javon Leake and Anthony McFarland have combined for 1,019 yards and 14 touchdowns on the season.
  • Josh Jackson, a transfer from Virginia Tech, has started six games at quarterback and leads the team in passing yards (1,065), touchdowns (10) while completing just under 50 percent of his passes (49.7).
  • Jackson’s favorite target has been Dontay Demus, who ninth in the Big Ten in receiving yards (491) and 11th in receptions (32).
  • On defense, Keandre Jones, who spent three years with the Buckeyes and was a key contributor on special teams, has 11.0 tackles for loss – which is fifth highest in the Big Ten – and six sacks to go along with 45 total tackles.
  • Under the guidance of first-year head coach Mike Locksley, Maryland is 3-6 on the year and 1-5 in the Big Ten following a 38-7 home loss to Michigan last Saturday.








Ohio State announces Champions from Wisconsin Game

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State coaching staff has selected 20 players – 11 on defense, eight on offense and one on special teams – as its champions following Saturday’s 38-7 win over No. 13 Wisconsin. Additionally, RB J.K. Dobbins, DE Chase Young and SAF Jahsen Wint were named the offensive, defensive and specials teams players of the game, respectively.

Young has one of the best statistical games in program history last Saturday, tying a school record with four sacks while also totaling five tackles for loss, six total tackles and two forced fumbles. He extended his streak to 10 straight games with at least one sack and now has a nations-best 13.5 sacks on the year.

The Big Ten defensive player of the week and the Bronko Nagurski and Walter Camp national defensive player of the week, Young became just the second player in program history to register multiple seasons of double-figure sacks (Mike Vrabel, the current head coach of the Tennessee Titans, is the other to achieve that feat). Both of Young’s forced fumbles were recovered by Ohio State and led to touchdowns on the ensuring offensive possession.

Thanks to the play of Young and the Buckeyes’ 10 other champions on defense, Ohio State limited Wisconsin to just 191 yards of total offense and 83 yards rushing on 34 attempts (2.4 yards/rush).




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