After a five game losing streak, Ohio State has found some success by winning two of their last three games. These wins include a road win at Nebraska and a home win against Rutgers. However, the Buckeyes need to keep rattling off wins if they want a shot at making the NCAA tournament. The schedule for Ohio State gets a lot easier coming up so let’s break down the upcoming schedule in order to project how Ohio State’s record will look going forward. Continue Reading!
Tate Martell was once a very high-profile, big name recruit. Coming out of Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas, Nevada, Martell never lost a high school game. Tate originally committed to Washington as an eighth grader, then de-committed, committing to Texas A&M later in his high school career. Finally, Martell flipped his commitment to Ohio State quickly after the Buckeyes gave him an offer. Continue Reading!
The Ohio state Buckeyes were 12-1 (2-0) in the latter months of 2018. They pulled off solid wins over Cincinnati, Creighton, Minnesota, Illinois, and UCLA. Additionally, their only loss was to a Syracuse team that is coming off a win over top ranked Duke. The Buckeyes were tied for first in the Big Ten with the likes of 2nd ranked Michigan and 6th ranked Michigan State. As for the NCAA tournament (AKA “March Madness”), the Buckeyes were virtually a lock as a top 15 team in the nation. Then disaster struck… Continue Reading!
Ever since he was replaced by Tua Tagovailoa in the National Championship game against Georgia, it seemed inevitable that Jalen Hurts would someday leave Alabama. It was essentially a guarantee this year after Tua’s impressive season, despite Hurts’ heroics in the SEC Championship. Hurts wasted no time finding his new home, as he announced that he will be transferring to Oklahoma, where he will be eligible immediately. This transfer is huge for all of college football, but let’s take a look at the three aspects that it affects the most.