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Former Buckeyes Player Has 1-Word Reaction To Urban Meyer Photo

Urban Meyer didn't look happy while he was watching the Ohio State-Michigan game on Saturday afternoon. Meyer, who coached at Ohio State from 2012-18, had a smug look on his face as the Buckeyes were in the process of eventually falling to the Wolverines. Gareon Conley, who played under Meyer from 2014-16, knew that look too well.
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Ryan Day blasted for shocking Michigan game comments

After dominating the Michigan Wolverines for two decades in their annual rivalry showdown, the Ohio State Buckeyes suffered a blowout loss to the Wolverines on Saturday and have now lost back-to-back games in the series for the first time since defeating the Buckeyes in 1999 and against in 2000. Ohio State fans were obviously frustrated Read more... The post Ryan Day blasted for shocking Michigan game comments appeared first on The Comeback: Today’s Top Sports Stories & Reactions.
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Look: Ohio State Football Star Addresses 'Culture' Problem

Ohio State running back TreVeyon Henderson has been battling through a foot injury all season and decided to clap back after a Buckeyes fan questioned the program's culture. The culture here is just fine. You try and come practice/play with torn ligaments and a broken bone in your foot every week. My brothers know I been trying to do whatever it take to fight alongside of them every week. Carry on.
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Edwards Makes U-M History Against Buckeyes

After battling injuries for a majority of the 2022 season, sophomore running back Donovan Edwards saved his best performance for the Buckeyes, and it couldn't have come at a better time. Sporting a big cast on his right hand, Edwards looked unstoppable for most of the afternoon in Columbus - ripping off touchdown runs for 75 and 85 yards. By the time it was all said and done, he finished the day with 216 yards and two touchdowns on 22 carries.
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Joel Klatt Weighs In On Alabama-Ohio State Debate

While college football's top-four teams are fairly clear entering the conference championships, an argument is boiling over the No. 5 spot. Alabama and Ohio State may still have a chance of reaching the College Football Playoff with outside assistance. However, there's likely at most room for one of those prestigious programs unless TCU and USC lose this weekend.
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No. 25 Ohio State faces No. 17 Duke after Sueing's 33-point game

Ohio State Buckeyes (5-1) at Duke Blue Devils (6-2) BOTTOM LINE: No. 25 Ohio State takes on the No. 17 Duke Blue Devils after Justice Sueing scored 33 points in Ohio State's 80-73 victory against the Texas Tech Red Raiders. The Blue Devils have gone 4-0 at home. Duke is...
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Big Ten Commissioner Reveals If Ohio State Deserves Playoff Spot

The long-awaited 2022 version of "The Game" took place between Michigan and Ohio State on Saturday and the result was very lopsided. Michigan took over in the second half and pounded Ohio State 45-23 to advance to the Big Ten Championship Game against Purdue. This also got Big Blue to 12-0 on the season, while OSU dropped to 11-1.
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Former Buckeyes Star Reveals If He Wants Ryan Day Fired

It seems crazy to suggest that, given Ohio State is 11-1 this season, and Day has been pretty dominant since taking over for Urban Meyer in 2019. But after a second straight loss to Michigan, some Buckeyes fans are suggesting it. However, one former Ohio State Buckeyes star does not...
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Wolverines end losing streak in Columbus, beat Ohio State 45-23

COLUMBUS, Ohio (CBS DETROIT) - It was a contrast in emotions -- Michigan fans expressing their ultimate joy, while those embracing in the scarlet and gray of Buckeye nation were paralyzed in shock.The maize and blue faithful may have been outnumbered, still they are now pointing toward bigger digits with a Big Ten championship battle with Purdue on Saturday in Indianapolis.Michigan won easily but did it without the usual contribution of All-American candidate running back Blake Corum, who watched from much of the game from sideline."I was so happy we won. This is my family. Let's go celebrate," Corum said.Another hero...
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