Week 2: Ohio State-Rutgers Content
The Buckeyes-Horned Frogs contest will be a battle of top 15 teams.
Imagine what he could do if he played a full game.
Rutgers’ defense is decent, but both Haskins and Martell were incredibly efficient through the air
Sure, the Buckeyes beat up on Rutgers, but that’s still a lot better than losing to a directional school (ahem, Purdue).
Ohio State continues to dominate bad teams
Haskins is good, the QB depth is good, and, well, both the offense and defense looked good
This season, the LGHL staff is competing to see who the best prognosticator!
Ground-and-pound and lots of subs are in the cards for the Buckeyes.
Also, get the latest injury report for both Ohio State and Rutgers.
The Buckeyes will look to make it three shutouts in a row over Rutgers when they host the Scarlet Knights on Saturday afternoon.
But, the Rutgers offense is another story...
The Buckeyes gave up seven big plays against Oregon State.
This week’s theme is "Moments."
Senior leaders in the Scarlet Knights’ secondary will have to hold the fort down against the Buckeyes.
Raheem Blackshear will need to get to the outside to get Rutgers their first points against OSU since 2015.
With Fuller out with an injury against Oregon State, the Buckeyes showed his impact matters.
The young quarterback threw the ball all over the Horseshoe on Saturday.
Jordan Fuller remains a starter, despite injury.
In the last two games versus the Buckeyes, the Scarlet Knights have been shutout.
After the Buckeyes rolled past the Beavers, it’s onward to Rutgers.