Again it wasn’t pretty, but a 274-yard outing from Ezekiel Elliott led the Buckeyes to a 34-27 win in Bloomington.
The Buckeyes travel to Bloomington this weekend. This trailer will get you ready for Ohio State-Indiana.
Remember what happened last year when the Buckeyes faced Indiana? Allow me to refresh your memory. No. 8 Ohio State sauntered into Bloomington’s Memorial Stadium at 6-0, coming off consecutive wins against ranked opponents to open the Big Ten schedule – the latter of which was a 63-38 dismantling of then No. 21 Nebraska. The
Throughout this season, the Ohio State Buckeyes have had their trials and tribulations on the offensive end of the floor. At times, playing both junior point guard Aaron Craft and sophomore point guard Shannon Scott simultaneously — while ideal on the defensive end — has damaged Ohio State’s halfcourt offensive attack due to a lack
Ohio State and Michigan, the most fierce of rivals. The stark contrast of scarlet and gray on maize and blue has had some epic ramifications on the gridiron for the last century. However, with the resurgence of both basketball programs, these two enemies can work together toward a common goal, another split of the Big
It started with a Tyler Griffey slip and open layup in Champaign. With that bucket, capping off a late Illini surge, the Hoosiers dropped their second conference game and continued the streak of #1 being knocked off for several weeks straight. That loss, paired with Ohio State’s loss in Ann Arbor on Tuesday night, made
With Tyler Zeller’s little brother Cody deciding to stay in school for his sophomore season, the Indiana Hoosiers sit proudly atop the 2012-13 NCAA Division I men’s basketball ESPN/USA Today coaches’ poll. The Hoosiers received 21 out of a possible 31 first-place votes and 761 overall points from a panel of coaches. Zeller is one of four
Yikes. This again was way too close for comfort, as the Hoosiers were able to respond to every second half score by the Buckeyes. In the end, Urban Meyer’s squad was in control and pretty much cruised to victory, but the final line just isn’t pretty at all. This one won’t go down as one
In preparation for tonight’s game at Indiana, the undefeated Ohio State Buckeyes might have a secret weapon up their sleeves. And it probably wasn’t the guy you first expected it to be. Take it away, Eleven Warriors: Last night, the internet, or at least the Buckeye corner of it, was buzzing with rumors of fullback
While We’re Waiting serves as the early morning gathering of WFNY-esque information for your viewing pleasure. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email at email@example.com. A nice feature on the impact of a certain new tailback for the Browns: “Lost in the drama surrounding the Cleveland Browns’ 0-5 start
Each week after re-watching the Ohio State game I bring you my take-aways from the game in a little something I call the Buckeye 12-Pack… No.1– As always, a win is a win. The Buckeyes are now 6-3 on the season, 3-2 in Big Ten play. That win makes them eligible for a bowl game.
Whether it means anything or not, Jim Tressel has at least cemented his reputation enough with a couple peers enough that they were willing to speak out on his behalf. On ESPN radio, both Bob Knight and former Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez have had supportive words for Jim Tressel. Speaking to Mike and Mike, Bob
With Duke losing to Virginia Tech over the weekend the Buckeyes were able to gain the #1 spot in the polls again. After storming out to a 24-0 record to start, the Buckeyes suffered a couple tough road losses against Wisconsin and Purdue. With two regular season games remaining and a 27-2 record on the
Pair of local basketball games this early evening as the No. 2/3 Ohio State Buckeyes and Cleveland Cavaliers are both back in action. Ohio State has yet another opportunity to potentially move back to the top spot in the rankings with a contest against Indiana University at 4 p.m. This home contest marks the third-to-last
It was easy, it was harmless and it’s been quite the ride so far. And with yet another blowout victory, the Ohio State Buckeyes took control of their own destiny in 2010 by moving to the No. 1 spot in the nation. Quarterback Terrelle Pryor had a career game passing the football after being partially
#2 Ohio State Buckeyes (5-0) vs. Indiana Hoosiers (3-1) Ohio Stadium, Columbus, OH ESPN, WKNR 850 AM, 12 p.m. EST The quest for another Big Ten title continues today as the Buckeyes return home to take on the Indiana Hoosiers. Indiana gave Michigan quite the scare last week, but it will be interesting to see
The undefeated #1 Zips look to continue their ridiculously impressive season this evening at 4 pm over at Lee Jackson Field in downtown Akron. They will face a familiar opponent in the #11 Tulsa Hurricanes in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament with a berth to next week’s Final Four going to the winner. Akron
The Buckeyes play in Bloomington tonight at 7PM (on the Big Ten Network), facing Bill Lynch’s Hoosier squad. The Hoosiers are coming off a tough, tough loss at Michigan last week that ended in controversial (though correct, it turns out) fashion. There has been a lot of talk of a much improved Indiana team based
While We’re Waiting is a thing that Scott usually puts together during the week but on the weekends somebody else does the linking bizniss. Today I am doing it – tomorrow, who knows. But what I do know is that you can send up links and maybe you’ll see them in this very space tomorrow
The last time that the Cleveland State Vikings were in the NCAA tournament is now a well-known 23 years ago. That year, one of the biggest upsets was when the Kevin Mackey-led Vikings toppled the Bobby Knight-led Hoosiers of Indiana. The last time that the Vikings current coach, Gary Waters, won a tournament game, he