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Ohio State Football: Moving Big Ten Championship is a mistake

Rotating the site of the Big Ten Championship game would be a mistake by the conference. It would hurt not only the Ohio State football program but other programs too. Indianapolis is a great city. It does a marvelous job of hosting major sporting events, as evidence of its hosting of the entire NCAA Tournament this past season. It also has been the home of the Big Ten Championship Game since the conference added the game, and it will host the National Championship Game this season.
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Fans React To Jim Harbaugh’s Message For Ohio State

On Thursday afternoon, Michigan Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh found himself dominating the headlines thanks to a comment he made about Ohio State. The Wolverines coach, who has never defeated the Buckeyes, might regret what he said. “We’re going to do it or die trying,” he said of beating Ohio State, per Buckeyes insider Jeremy Birmingham.
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Jim Harbaugh Has Blunt Message About Beating Ohio State

The once-great Ohio State-Michigan rivalry has been pretty lopsided in recent years. Dating back to 2012, the Buckeyes have now taken down the Wolverines in eight straight matchups. The last time Michigan claimed victory was with a 40-34 win back in 2011, breaking another seven-game streak for OSU. Since taking...
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Ohio State Football: Which schools should Big Ten pursue for expansion?

AMES, IA - DECEMBER 5: Running back Leddie Brown #4 of the West Virginia Mountaineers rushes for yards as defensive back Isheem Young #1 of the Iowa State Cyclones defends in the second half of play at Jack Trice Stadium on December 5, 2020 in Ames, Iowa. The Iowa State Cyclones won 42-6 over the West Virginia Mountaineers. (Photo by David K Purdy/Getty Images)
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Ohio State football: Can TreVeyon Henderson become the feature back?

As we near the start of the Ohio State football season, we take a deep dive into the running back room to find out if a freshman star is really ready for the limelight. The Ohio State football team’s running back room will be crowded in the 2021-22 season. Master Teague III, Miyan Williams, Marcus Crowley, Evan Pryor, and TreVeyon Henderson will all battle for touches.
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Ohio State Football: Kevin Warren proves he’s not right for the job

Kevin Warren almost prevented the Ohio State football program from playing for a national title last season. It sounds like he would do it again too. The Ohio State football team was on the doorstep of winning a national championship last season. They ended up coming up just short of that ultimate goal. But as we all know, they almost didn’t get the chance to get there because of Kevin Warren’s poor leadership.
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Jim Harbaugh vows Michigan will beat Michigan State, Ohio State ‘or die trying’

The 2021 Big Ten football season unofficially kicked off on Thursday with the beginning of Big Ten Football Media Days in Indianapolis. Michigan Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh — whose name is in the Colts’ Ring of Honor at Lucas Oil Stadium — closed out the formal press conferences with his media availability where an all-too-familiar question was raised to him.
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2024 DE Elias Rudolph has three offers

Cincinnati Taft defensive end Elias Rudolph is one of the early class of 2024 prospects to know in the state of Ohio. An athletic 6-foot-4, 220-pound edge rusher, Rudolph has offers from Cincinnati, Bowling Green and Buffalo at the FBS level. "Receiving my first offer was awesome at first it...
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Big Ten football foes welcome expanded playoff path around Ohio State roadblock

INDIANAPOLIS — Northwestern football, despite its established status as a fringe top-15 program, has never made a serious push for the college football playoff. Yet after a 6-0 start in the pandemic-shortened 2020 season, the Wildcats suddenly found themselves in contention to make that elusive final four. The bid essentially ended with an upset loss to Michigan State. A close loss to Ohio State in the Big Ten championship game further invited Northwestern to wonder what could have been.
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Drawing up a perfect finish for Ohio State’s 2022 recruiting class on offense

Thursday kicked off day one of Big Ten Media Days in Indianapolis. Besides Kevin Warren talking in circles about virtually nothing and Jim Harbaugh’s “going to or die trying” quote in regards to questions concerning beating the Buckeyes, it was a pretty uneventful day concerning Ohio State. That is of course the expectation without Ryan Day speaking thus far. The Buckeyes will have tons of attention on Friday, however, as it’s now their day at the podium to give a small glimpse in previewing the season.
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Michigan Players Thinking About Ohio State Every Day As Wolverines Increase Emphasis on The Game This Offseason

While Ohio State has long placed a year-round emphasis on beating “the team up north,” Michigan hasn’t always taken the same public approach. During the Wolverines’ last appearance at Big Ten Media Days two years ago, Michigan players were hesitant to put too much emphasis on the importance of beating Ohio State. Michigan guard Ben Bredeson said then that he thought the Wolverines needed to focus on one day at a time rather than looking ahead to November. FOrmer Michigan linebacker Jordan Glasgow said the Wolverines needed “to look at the season as a whole” rather than prioritizing a rivalry game.
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CFB fans troll Michigan's Jim Harbaugh after he vows to beat Ohio State

Speaking with reporters at Big Ten media days, Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh made a bold proclamation and emphatically stated that the Wolverines’ awful record against archrival Ohio State and other conference foes would be avenged. Well, sort of. Isaiah Hole of Wolverines Wire documented what Harbaugh had to say...