Ohio State vs. Ohio Football: Live Blog, Stats Analysis
Ohio State vs. Ohio Football Score: 0-34 Buckeyes
Bailey Brautigan here, live blogging as the Ohio State Buckeyes host the Ohio Bobcats.
I'll be here for the next three hours, giving you my insights on the game.
And that's the game! I hope you had as much fun as I did!
Final Score: Ohio 7, Ohio State 43
Fun Fact: Contrary to popular belief, the buckeye leaves on the Ohio State helmets are not earned for individual accomplishments.
Players must earn these stickers as a group effort.
Ohio University is 66 years older than Ohio State, but age is apparently just a number when it comes to football teams.
Ohio State will host Eastern Michigan next week.
That will be a close game...
Frank Solich has some work to do with his Bobcats and their SIX penalties during this game. The Buckeyes have none.
But I guess it's easy to avoid penalties when you're up by so much.
I get that Ohio State isn't playing their starters, but they can't seem to get it together on offense.
Jackson to Terrence McCrae for the first Bobcats TOUCHDOWN!! Extra point is good!
Ohio 7, Ohio State 43
4th and 1 for the Bobcats, and they'll go for it.
Got it! 1st and Goal!
And another 14 yards for the Bobcats! Boo Jackson looks like a better leader against this Buckeye defense.
Nice play by the Bobcats, and they'll pick up a first down at the 33 yard line.
It's looking like Pryor will sit for the rest of the game.
He went from being basically flawless (completing 16 straight passes) to throwing his first two interceptions of the season.
Bobcats take the field around the 50.
Just score once. That's all I ask.
Three and out for the Buckeyes, and the Bobcats might get some good field position out of this.
Come on Bobcats!
There is not a starter on the field for the Buckeyes.
A nice punt by the Bobcats, and the Buckeyes will take the ball at their own 1 yard line.
Boo Jackson will take the field for Ohio, and he held his own last time the Bobcats came to the Shoe.
Buckeyes will go for it on 4th and Goal, and Herron finds the hole into the endzone.
Ohio State TOUCHDOWN!! Extra point is good.
Ohio 0, Ohio State 43
2nd and Goal for the Buckeyes, and we'll see if their offense can pull it off once again in the redzone.
Pryor scrambles all around the backfield, breaking two tackles, but he only picks up a yard.
Tressel has to make the tough call of keeping Pryor in the game even though the Buckeyes are up by 36 points.
It might be a big lead, but Pryor needs to get back his rhythm.
Pryor to Sanzenbacher for about nine yards.
The Buckeyes are looking great on defense, but it looks like their offense is taking a nap.
At least the Buckeyes were able to force a safety.
Ohio 0, Ohio State 36
I thought the the object of the game was to throw the ball to people on YOUR team?
Terrelle Pryor throws his second interception of the season.
That was short-lived. Interception!
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First down for Ohio!
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