Week 11: Ohio State-Michigan State Content
Lots of punt talk on this week’s podcast
5 takeaways from Urban Meyer’s press conference as Ohio State gears up for road game versus Maryland
The offensive line has improved, and an LB’s return could be happening against the Terrapins.
It was sloppy, but a solid defensive effort. Mike Weber’s running, and Chrisman’s punting led the Buckeyes to a win.
Drue Chrisman might not be B1G’s Special Teams Player of the Week, but he shares the team honor with Terry McLaurin!
Small changes from the OSU coaching staff have me feeling good about the team for the first time in weeks.
Drue Chrisman may have catapulted to the top of the list for Punter of the Year after his performance in East Lansing.
Drue Chrisman pinned the Spartans within their own six-yard line on five consecutive punts.
So, real talk, is it better for Corso and co. to pick the Buckeyes before a big game or not?
This could get ugly, but at least we’ve got each other.
The Buckeyes will likely face another tough test from the Spartans in East Lansing, while Northwestern looks to stay on top of the Big Ten West
Also, the men’s basketball team opens the season with an impressive victory.
Ohio State slipped by Nebraska last week, and now will travel to East Lansing, where they’ll try and crack a tough Michigan State defense.
Let us explain why in this week’s preview podcast.
The former walk-on could be a problem towards Haskins and the Buckeye passing game.
But can Brian Lewerke throw enough short passes to score on Ohio State’s defense?
Heyward is coming off a big game against Maryland.
This is where the Buckeyes stand heading into a road contest in East Lansing.
The Buckeyes showed improvements on the field following the bye week, but will they be enough to right the ship?
A not so pretty victory against Nebraska sees natty and Heisman odds drop in the Bovada books.
Meyer said that the decision if Brendon White will start against MSU will be made in the coming days.