Week 4: Ohio State-Tulane Content
Having a quarterback that’s better than everyone else is fun.
But the question remains whether the defense really has its big play issues fixed.
Nick Bosa will be out for "a few more weeks."
That seems fair going into the matchup this weekend.
These Buckeyes led the way in the 49-6 win against Tulane.
The final tune-up game for the Buckeyes has come and gone.
Can anyone slow down this Buckeye offense?
The Buckeyes get the win in Urban Meyer’s first game back as head coach.
Ohio State vs. Tulane is a noon game masquerading as a 3:30 game.
This season, the LGHL staff is competing to see who is the best prognosticator!
Plus, I explain what a ‘Nick Saban Special’ is.
The Buckeyes are 38-point favorite against Tulane, while Wisconsin travels to Iowa in the week’s best Big Ten matchup.
On the latest episode of the WITN? Podcast, Matt and Alexis talk Meyer’s return, Day’s future and some non-football stuff.
After a three-game suspension, Urban Meyer will be back on the sidelines on Saturday afternoon, as Ohio State faces Tulane for the first time ever.
The Buckeyes get one more chance to improve the defense and get the run game rolling before heading to Penn State.
Bosa may be out for an extended amount of time.
Also, today’s a nice day for a pay day to Ryan Day.
Zachery Harris (and the rest of the Tulane linebackers) will be responsible for stopping Dobbins, Weber
Urban Meyer said the Buckeye run game can improve. Expect the Tulane defense to be tested on the ground this weekend.
Keeping Banks upright needs to be the main priority if the Green Wave wants to upset the Buckeyes.
For the first time since the Cotton Bowl, Meyer will be back on the sidelines of a game this weekend.
The Buckeyes still hold the third best odds at winning it all.