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REVIEW: OSU 29 UAB 15; Jordan Hall has solid game to lead rushing attack

 

Jordan Hall running over UAB (photo by Gary Housteau, courtesy Bucknuts.com)

The Buckeyes win over UAB was aided by a rushing attack that garnered 204 yards on 37 carries.

Leading the way was running back Jordan Hall, who earned his first 100-yard collegiate game (105).

Hall’s 105 yards were a career high on 17 carries which surpasses the 90 yards he had against New Mexico State in 2009. He was one shy of the career-best 18 carries he earned twice before against Michigan State in 2011.

 

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With win against Marshall behind them, Buckeyes look ahead to Miami Hurricanes

Buckeyes LB Ross Homan talks to media (megasportsnews.com)

The Ohio State Buckeyes rolled Marshall on Thursday night 45-7. Their next opponent, the Miami Hurricanes came through as well, a 45-0 shellacking of Florida A&M.

Both teams were able to escape their opening games without any major injuries. Which sets up their showdown for Week 2 of the young college season.

Ohio State head coach Jim Tressel had a solid formula working on offense where they had good balance by distributing the ball to all of their playmakers. The defense shutdown Marshall’s spread offense and had a plus-three in turnovers.

Shortly after their game with the Thundering Herd, the Buckeyes quickly turned their attention to Miami and their showdown on September 11 in the Horseshoe against the 13th-ranked Hurricanes.

It’ll be the first meeting between Miami and Ohio State since the 2002 national championship game.

Ohio State prevailed in that game in the Arizona desert, by upsetting the top-ranked Hurricanes 31-24 in double-overtime for Ohio State’s first national championship in 34 years.

OSU DB Brian Rolle talks to Megasportsnews.com's Stuart Mason (megasportsnews.com)

POSTGAME NOTES

* Under Jim Tressel, Ohio State is 26-2 at Ohio Stadium vs. non-conference teams.

* Jim Tressel became the fourth Ohio State head coach to begin a 10th season at OSU, joining John W. Wilce (1913-1928), Woody Hayes (1951-1978) and John Cooper (1988-2000).

* Ohio State is 53-5 at Ohio Stadium since the start of the 2002 season.

* The Buckeyes have had 56 consecutive crowds of more than 100,000 at venerable Ohio Stadium.

* Ohio State is 12-1-1 against current members of Conference USA.

* Junior QB Terrelle Pryor is 20-3 as Ohio State’s starting quarterback.

* The Ohio State offense combined for 529 total yards, the first game with more than 500 yards since New Mexico State on October 31, 2009. It was the first time the team rushed and passed for 200-plus yards since that game against the Aggies, with 280 rushing and 249 passing against Marshall.

* Ohio State’s offense has allowed 101 touchdowns overall since the start of the 2005 season. That is the fewest by any FBS team in this span. Virginia Tech has allowed the second-fewest with 107.
Tomorrow, we start our preview of the Miami Hurricanes.

University of Illinois-Chicago basketball coach Collins retires after 14 seasons

compiled from staff, wire and UIC news

Jimmy Collins will be retiring in August after 14 seasons as head basketball coach at UIC. During that time, he has become the school’s all-time wins leader and led the Flames to three NCAA tournament berths.

Collins announced his decision on Tuesday and leaves the Flames with a 218-208 record.

Collins, who played on New Mexico State’s 1970 Final Four team, which was featured in SPORTS ILLUSTRATED and had Collins on the cover. Lou Henson was the coach at New Mexico State.

Jimmie Collins retiring after 14 years (UIC photo)

He began his coaching career as an assistant to Lou Henson at Illinois for 13 years.

Collins was chosen as Midwestern Collegiate Conference co-coach of the year after his first season with the Flames. He led them to the NCAA tournament in 1998, 2002 and 2004, the school’s only appearances in it’s basketball history. He also led UIC to four 20-win seasons.

University of Illinois-Chicago athletic director Jim Schmidt said he and his staff will conduct a national search for a new coach.

NCAA TOURNAMENT: Midwest Regional, First Round

compiled from staff and wire reports

GEORGIA TECH 64  OKLAHOMA STATE 59

Just a couple of months ago, every sports talk show was talking about Georgia Tech firing head coach Paul Hewitt. Well, they can’t now since his team has gotten into the NCAA Tournament and upset Oklahoma State.

They’ll play Ohio State on Sunday in Milwaukee in the second round.

The 23-12 Yellow Jackets won despite not making a shot from the field the final 8:19. They compensated for it by making 13 of 14 free throws in that span. They finished making 24 of 25 free throws and they’re only making 65% for the season.

Oklahoma State ends the season at 22-11 and was hampered by 6-of-22 shooting from three-point land.

MICHIGAN STATE 70  NEW MEXICO STATE 67

Kalin Lucas scored a career-high 25 points and Raymar Morgan hit two key shots down the stretch to lead 5th-seeded Michigan State to a win over 12th-seeded New Mexico State in Spokane, Washington.

Kalin Lucas Michigan State (msu)

The 25-5 Spartans had another one of mind-boggling uneven games where they can play dazzling or be clueless at times.

New Mexico State ends the season at 22-12.

MARYLAND 89  HOUSTON 77

In Spokane, Washington, freshman Jordan Williams set career highs with 21 points and 17 rebounds as Maryland beat Houston to up their record to 24-8.

Gary Williams Maryland coach (um)

Aubrey Coleman, the nation’s leading scorer, had 26 points for 13th seeded Houston who ends a surprising season at 19-16. Coleman averaged 25.6 points per game.