2017 Ohio State Week 1: Indiana
The new Buckeye offensive coordinator dialed up some quality plays in the passing attack.
Last Thursday we spelled redemption O-S-U
One big win down, a second-straight test awaits the Buckeyes on Saturday.
Despite a rocky first half, the pair proved there is plenty to be excited about this season.
The advanced stats show that the Buckeyes must be more efficient on the ground and might struggle against elite passing attacks this season.
Our recap podcast breaks down everything that happened last night.
A very Indiana football sort of game creates a Rorschach test for fans.
It took some time, but the Buckeyes put together a dominant performance against the Hoosiers.
Dobbins rushed for 181 yards—passing Maurice Clarett’s freshman debut record.
After battling injuries, the Buckeye’s perseverance finally paid off.
Dobbins becomes the first freshman to start since Maurice Clarett.
The former IU head coach has a better track record when he dons the Brutus head on game days.
Last minute nuggets before the Buckeyes and Hoosiers kickoff.
Indiana is really excited for Thursday’s game with the Buckeyes.
Road game in conference play to open the season! Thursday Night Ohio State football! New offense that might actually score points!
The stats are clear: this game hinges on how well either team can throw the ball.
First victim: Indiana University
The jerseys say Indiana, but that doesn’t mean this won’t be a tricky game for Ohio State.
The Scarlet and Gray are not without their flaws heading into the season.
The Hoosiers return two top receivers and their starting quarterback.
From the offensive line to the receivers, Meyer’s quotes on Monday shined light on what we’ll see from the Buckeyes.
The Buckeye passing game needs to get back on track after last season's sputtering finish.
The depth chart might be out, but there are still several starters to be named.
“You play this game for your brother!”