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Wisconsin at Ohio State update: OSU takes control in 3rd QTR


Buckeyes defense continue pressure on Russell Wilson (mega)

The Ohio State Buckeyes received the ball first to start the 3rd QTR and good things started to happen.

Daniel Herron on the first play from scrimmage, rumbled 57 yards to the Wisconsin 18 yard line.

From there, Braxton Miller ran right past an over-pursuing defender and walked into the end zone for a 10-7 OSU lead.

The Bucks defense then forced a 3-and-out on the Badgers. Then the punt return team blocked a punt and it was recovered at the Badgers 1.

The block was credited by the Ryan Shazier and recovered by Curtis Grant.

Jordan Hall scored on a 1-yard run to make it 17-7 at the 9:26 mark.

Jordan Hall muffed a punt and the Badgers recovered at the OSU 28.

From there Montee Ball scored on a 1-yard run, his 21st TD of the year which leads the nation. OSU 17 Wisconsin 14.





WISCONSIN AT OHIO STATE Gameday: Buckeyes offense can move ball vs. Badgers defense

1961 replica shoes Ohio State will be wearing tonight

Last year in Madison, the Wisconsin Badgers held Ohio State to 18 points in their upset win. That defense had playmaker J.J. Watt on it but he is in the NFL and the Buckeyes won’t have to worry about him this time around.

But the Badgers do have a run-stuffer in Kettering, Ohio native MLB Chris Morland. The redshirt sophomore leads Wisconsin with 71 tackles, 10 for a loss.

OSU QB Braxton Miller will have to play better in the passing game than he did at Illinois. But with the running game having Daniel “Boom” Herron back in the fold and playing well his first game of the year at Illinois, he might be the key. Don’t forget about smasher Carlos Hyde and slasher Jordan Hall in the Buckeyes backfield as well.

The Buckeyes may elect to keep the score down against the Badgers high-powered offense, by running the ball to keep the clock moving. This is a game where the Buckeyes don’t want to trade touchdowns.


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OSU 37 COLORADO 17 GAME REVIEW: Miller proves he should be #1 QB


Colorado coach Jon Embree said special teams was the key Saturday (

Ohio State football fans got what they’ve wanted all season; freshman QB sensation Braxton Miller as the number-1 man playing an entire game and leading the team to a win.

The athletic and exciting phenom from Huber Heights, Ohio, gave the Buckeyes a much-needed lift after the team lost the 24-6 debacle to Miami last weekend.

We seen this twice before at Ohio State as an athletic quarterback replaces a pure-passer: Troy Smith replaced Justin Zwick; Terrelle Pryor replaced Todd Boeckman and now Miller replacing Joe Bauserman.

In the 37-17 win over new Pacific-12 Conference member, Colorado.

Miller, making his first collegiate start, wasn’t spectacular throwing the ball, but he was 5 of 13 passing for 83 yards and rushed 17 times for 83 yards. He threw two touchdown passes to Devin Smith. He moved the team up-and-down the field with the poise of a senior.

Head coach Luke Fickell said after the game that Miller is the starting quarterback from here-on-out.

The Buckeyes defense held the Buffaloes from gaining a first down until they were up 17-0.

The 3-1 Buckeyes dominated the special teams as Jordan Hall had a 90-yard kickoff return.

Braxton Miller gave Ohio State a big lift (courtesy of OSU athletics)


* OSU has 822 wins all-time, the fifth-most among FBS schools.

* The Buckeyes were 5-of-6 in the red zone, with three touchdowns and two field goals.

* Ohio State held Colorado to 3-of-13 on third down conversions.

* The Buffaloes had only two possessions inside the red zone against the Buckeye defense.

* Colorado tailback Rodney Stewart, a Columbus Brookhaven High School graduate, ran for 96 All-purpose yards on 11 rushes for 55 yards on offense, 5 catches for 27 as a receiver and 2 punt returns for 14 yards.

He moved into third place on the CU all-time rushing yards list, closing the game with 3,022 yards; he passed Bobby Purify (2000-04) with 3,016 and is right behind Rashaan Salaam (1992-94) with 3,057 for second place.

He is still second in career rushes with 692. His offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy leads with 699. Stewart’s five receptions gives him 71 career receptions, now second most by a running back at Colorado as he passed Lawrence Vickers (2002-05) on Saturday.

His 702 receiving yards are also second by a running back, as he passed up Cortlen Johnson (1998-2001) with 691 and Lee Rouson (1980-84) with 699 on Saturday. Up next is Herchell Troutman (1994-97) with 725.

* There is no real way to research this, but Colorado head coach Jon Embree might be the first collegiate head coach to face three schools who all appear on his first schedule that he chose his alma mater over.

Back in January 1983, when Embree, along with a dozen other top prospects in Colorado, chosen then CU-head coach Bill McCartney and his vision for the program. The high school All-American from Englewood Cherry Creek High School then committed and signed with the Buffaloes, and in selecting Colorado over Ohio State, Southern California and UCLA, all of whom are opponents on his first schedule as a head coach.


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OSU AT MIAMI GAMEDAY: Buckeyes can’t pass, tackle or score touchdowns in 24-6 embarrassment


Jordan Hall was the only star on offense rushing 14 times for 87 yards (courtesy of OSU athletics)

There were several weaknesses exposed in Ohio State’s 24-6 national television embarrassment to the Miami Hurricanes on Saturday night.

They couldn’t pass, catch, score touchdowns and the quarterbacks looked lost, completing 4 of 18 passes for a feeble 35 yards.

Joe Bauserman, who is turning into a one-game wonder, played tentative and scared, and didn’t to anything to secure the #1 quarterback job which most fans and media feel he shouldn’t be competing for anyway.

Braxton Miller showed he could make plays when plans break down, did lose a fumble and threw an interception which was tipped by his own receiver. However, he showed more poise than Bauserman, who looked out of his league.

The running game led by Jordan Hall and Carlos Hyde kept the game from being more lopsided than it was.

Hall, back from a two-game suspension by the NCAA, gave the offense a big lift by rushing for 87 yards on 14 carries before cramps slowed him in the second half.

Hyde continued his hard-nosed, bulldozing running with 54 yards.

The Hurricanes were led on offense by running back Lamar Miller, a sophomore who rushed for 184 yards on 26 carries. His 54-yard run through the right side on the first play from scrimmage set up Miami’s first touchdown and they were never in any real jeopardy after that.

Info compiled from staff, Radio, TV news

NCAA reinstates suspended players Brown, Hall & Howard


(courtesy of Ohio State athletics)

Four days before his Buckeyes take to the road for the first time this season to play Miami, Ohio State head coach Luke Fickell received some good news that he was not expecting.

Starting tailback Jordan Hall, cornerback Travis Howard along with safety Corey Brown of Monroeville, Pennsylvania, have been reinstated by the NCAA after serving two game suspensions for accepting $200.00 in cash to attend a charity event in suburban Cleveland back in February.

The players will be able to play once they repay the $200.00 by donating it to a charity.

Info compiled from Radio, TV & OSU news

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