Week 2: Ohio State vs. Cincinnati
The Buckeyes looked near-perfect on offense and defense. Can they keep it up?
The Buckeyes head coach recapped what went well versus Cincinnati, and what should be expected on Saturday against Indiana.
OSU also announced the Champions and Players of the Game against Cincinnati.
The Buckeyes’ entire offense played some damn good assignment football on Saturday.
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I don’t want to jinx anything, but Fields was pretty close to perfect against UC on Saturday.
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Containing Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields will be the primary goal for Bearcat defense.
Illinois (!) and Wisconsin looked impressive, while Purdue and Nebraska have some explaining to do.
Defensive end Jonathon Cooper remains out, but OSU will have more depth at the position this week.
After opening up the 2019 with a 45-21 win over Florida Atlantic, Ohio State will take on Cincinnati, who haven’t beaten the Buckeyes since 1897.
There seems to be some disagreement between the media consensus and the stats about how much trouble the Bearcats will be for Ohio State this week.
The sophomore has a big task in front of him on Saturday.
As an old friend returns to Columbus, Ohio State can’t afford to get sentimental.
The former Buckeye defensive coordinator says he’s "very unemotional" about returning to his alma mater.
Chatting with our friends at Down the Drive about the Bearcats.
The Buckeyes are 1-0, but face an improved Ohio foe. What are some things to look for in game two of the 2019 season?