Mon. Dec 10th, 2018

Thomas Jeffrey

What Ohio State MUST Do to Beat Michigan

The Game is finally here, but this year is a little different than years past. Ohio State will be walking into this matchup as about a four point underdog against the fourth ranked Wolverines. Michigan has looked far more impressive than Ohio State this season with their only blemish being a seven point loss at Notre Dame, the third ranked team in the country. The Wolverines have been firing on all cylinders this season and their “Revenge Tour” has victimized Wisconsin, Michigan State, and Penn State, with the last target being the Buckeyes. If the Buckeyes want to avoid being the last victim, they MUST do these three things: Continue Reading!

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The Tide vs. the Tigers: Will Alabama or LSU Emerge Victorious?

This Saturday is the start of November football, but November has wasted no time delivering the goods. Georgia and Kentucky clash for the SEC East championship in a top ten matchup, and Michigan squares off with Penn State in the Big House, the Wolverines’ first major test since week one. Although those are two great and extremely important games, they pale in comparison to the crown jewel of college football on Saturday. Continue Reading!

How Exactly Does Nick Bosa’s Departure Affect Ohio State Football?

Nick Bosa, one of the best players in college football, has donned the Scarlet and Gray for the last time in his career. After suffering a core muscle injury against TCU and having surgery for it, Bosa has decided to withdraw from Ohio State and focus on the 2019 NFL Draft, a draft in which he could very well be the number one overall pick. Bosa’s decision obviously shakes things up for Ohio State. Let’s look at how it affects the Buckeyes for the rest of the season. Continue Reading!

Ohio State vs Penn State and Stanford vs Notre Dame: A Double College Football Preview from Thomas Jeffrey

By Thomas Jeffrey

College football’s primetime slot on Saturday is going to be must-see television because it features two top ten matchups. Seventh-ranked Stanford as its second big game in a row as it squares off with eighth-ranked Notre Dame. And in a game that might just decide the Big Ten East champion, fourth-ranked Ohio State travels to Happy Valley to take on ninth-ranked Penn State in the midst of a whiteout. Let’s take a look at how those games will play out. See Both Previews Here!