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#4 Ohio State 56 Purdue 0: Purdue Post-Game Notes

(megasportsnews.com photo)

 

WEST LAFAYETTE, INDIANA - The Ohio State Buckeyes put the game away early with a 28 point first quarter, en route to the 56-0 win.

A Saturday afternoon crowd and a Big Ten Network audience saw the Buckeyes put the game away in the first four minutes. Attendance at Ross-Ade Stadium was 51,423.

The win was the Buckeyes 21st in a row under Urban Meyer.

Ricardo Allen starred for the Boilermakers against Ohio State (courtesy Purdue)

Purdue dropped its seventh game of the 2013 season to a team that has been ranked or received votes in all polls.

HISTORICAL

* The Boilermakers drop to 14-40-2 all-time against Ohio State.

* Purdue falls to 0-4 in Big Ten play and 1-7 overall.

* Ricardo Allen came up with his 10th career interception. He moves into a tie for eighth all-time on the Boilermakers lists with Bill Kay. Allen is one shy of a tie for second place.

INDIVIDUAL

* Backup quarterback turned cornerback Rob Henry is the one of the team’s punters. He had two punts for 75 yards, an average of 37.5, including a 44 yarder.

* Cody Webster had eight punts for 396 yards, an average of 49.5 yards per kick. Webster had three punts inside the 20, five over 50 and a long of 73 yards. The longest tied his season best.

WRIGHT STATE visits OHIO STATE: WSU’s Donlon ready to use own recruits in second season

 

Billy Donlon (courtesy of Wright State athletics)

The Wright State Raiders will try to upset the Ohio State Buckeyes when they travel to Columbus tonight for a Big Ten Network game at Value City Arena at 9 p.m.

The Raiders head coach Billy Donlon looks just as young as his players.

Only 34 years old, Donlon is a coach on the rise in just his second-year. He took over last season, when his mentor, Brad Brownell bolted for Clemson as soon as Oliver Purnell left to take the job at DePaul.

Donlon earned a 19-14 mark, 10-8 in the tough Horizon League, good for 5th-place.

This year, armed with many of his own recruits, he is looking to improve on those records of a year ago.

Some experts who cover the Horizon League feel that this is a rebuilding job for Donlon and his staff. The only returning starter is 6’8, 245-pound center Johann Mpondo, who takes up space in the middle, plays good defense and rebounds.

There are seven newcomers on the roster and one of those is North Carolina State transfer Julius Mays, who is a shooting guard with two years of eligibility left. He is much better than the 4.7 points per game he earned with the Wolfpack.

Junior college transfer John Balwigaire shot 44.o percent from three-point land last year.

The other two players who have experience under Donlon is Cole Darling and Matt Vest.

The Raiders usually are good for 15-20 wins a season. And with Donlon at the helm, he won’t settle for rebuilding.

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WRIGHT STATE AT OHIO STATE: men’s basketball kicks off regular season against in-state rival

 

Julius Mays talks with media at Monday's Wright State basketball media day (megasportsnews.com)

The Wright State Raiders will be taking that short drive of 60 miles from Fairborn, Ohio to Columbus where they’ll take on the Ohio State Buckeyes tonight at 9:00 p.m. on the Big Ten Network.

Yearly, the Raiders are one of the top teams in the mid-major Horizon League along with Butler, Detroit, Cleveland State and Wisconsin-Milwaukee. But after losing four seniors who led them over the years, N’Gai Evans, Vaughn Duggins, Cooper Land and Troy Tabler, the Raiders are picked seventh this season.

Wright State spent part of the summer touring Italy and are hoping that trip bonded all of the new players they’ll have on the roster. The newcomers include: Brooklyn Bradley, Reggie Arceneaux, John Balwigaire, Jason Cuffee, Kendall Griffin, Ulysses Thomas, Vance Hall, Stephen Gossard, Alex Pritchett, Julius Mays and Tavares Sledge.

The Raiders non-conference schedule will include Kenyon, Jackson State, Florida, North Florida, Charlotte, Air Force, Miami, Cincinnati, Ohio, Idaho, Central Michigan and the annual BracketBusters game.

NEWCOMER JULIUS MAYS TALKS ABOUT THE STATE OF THE RAIDERS AFTER LOSING TO CENTRAL STATE IN AN EXHIBITION GAME

48 702 Julius Mays WSU AT OSU BKB 2011

TOLEDO AT OHIO STATE GAMEDAY: #18/16 Buckeyes ready for dangerous Rockets today

 

(courtesy of Toledo athletics via wikipedia commons)

The Ohio State Buckeyes will host a second straight Mid-American Conference opponent this afternoon at 12 in the Horsehoe, as the dangerous Toledo Rockets come to Columbus, Ohio.

The game will be televised by the Big Ten Network.

With the 42-0 win over Akron last Saturday, Luke Fickell became the first Ohio State head coach to record a shutout in his debut since Woody Hayes in 1951.

The Rockets are 1-0 on the young season after a 58-22 win over FCS opponent New Hampshire last Thursday night, September 1 at the Glass Bowl in Toledo.

The Rockets featured a balanced attack on offense in the win accounting for 304 yards passing, including five TD’s, and 287 yards rushing.

Starting QB Austin Dantin completed 15 of 21 passes for 161 yards and three TD’s while sophomore QB Terrance Owens played and added two more scores on 10 of 13 passing for 122 yards.

Running back Adonis Thomas rushed for 115 yards and a score on nine carries while receiver Bernard Reedy compiled five catches for 113 yards and two TD’s.

Tim Beckman, a former Ohio State assistant coach from 2005-06, is in his third year at the northwest Ohio college with a record of 14-12 overall since 2009.

Last season, the Rockets finished 8-5 with a 34-32 loss to Florida International in the Little Caesars Bowl.

Toledo has the ninth-most BCS wins by a non-BCS school (6) since the 2003 season and have defeated five BCS teams in the past five years:

2010: Toledo 31 Purdue 20

2009: Toledo 54 Colorado 38

2008: Toledo 13 Michigan 10

2007: Toledo 36 Iowa State 35

2006: Toledo 37 Kansas 31 in 2 OT’s

Ohio State is 2-0 all-time versus Toledo.

The Buckeyes won the last meeting with Toledo, 38-0 on September 19, 2009 at Cleveland Browns Stadium.

TOLEDO NOTES:

* The Best of Times for the Rockets program came from 1969 to 1971, the Rockets went 35-0, winning three consecutive MAC titles and Tangerine Bowls.

* The Worst of Times for the Rockets, from 1956 to 1964, the team won only 24 games while losing 57 and tying 2.

* The program also had one of the worst beginnings in its history of the game, losing the first three of its inaugural season’s games by a combined 262-0.

* Toledo joined the Mid-American Conference in 1952, and has remained there since that year.

LUKE FICKELL PRESS CONFERENCE AUDIO PREVIEWING GAME:

47 747 Luke Fickell on QB play week 1

47 750 Luke Fickell on UT coach Tim Beckman

47 753 Luke Fickell on freshman exceeding expectations

47 760 Luke Fickell on Toledo being giant killers over the years

47 766 Luke Fickell on Joe Bauserman can handle things better at 25 than a 19 year old

(courtesy of OSU athletics via wikipedia commons)

Record money made by Big Ten schools

 

(file photo)

The Big Ten Conference will be giving each of its member schools a record $22.6 million this year, with increase because of more revenue coming from the Big Ten Network.

News reports have stated that the conference’s TV network paid schools $7.9 million each. a 21 percent jump from last year’s $6.5 million.

The Big Ten Conference distributes money to member schools equally. No other conference disperses money to its members the way the Big Ten does.

 

compiled from staff, Radio, TV & internet news

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