Ohio State Football: 10 Biggest Blowouts Since 1950

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Ohio State Football: 10 Biggest Blowouts Since 1950
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Ohio State running back Jaamal Berry runs away from EMU defenders

The game between Ohio State and Eastern Michigan was a good old-fashioned butt-kicking.

The No. 2 team in the country, winner of nine straight and 13 of its last 14 games coming in, welcomed a school whose last win came in 2008—the Eagles entered the game riding a 15-game losing streak.

It was the first-ever meeting on the football field between the two schools, and it was a lopsided victory for the Buckeyes, 73-20.

The 53-point margin of victory was impressive, but is it the biggest blowout in Ohio State's history?


Although the Buckeyes scored the most points they've scored in a game since 1950, the 53-point shellacking of Eastern Michigan is nothing compared to the 128-0 beatdown Ohio State gave Oberlin College in 1916.

So, it doesn't rank near the top of biggest blowouts in Ohio State history, but how does the win over Eastern Michigan stack up against Buckeye blowouts in the modern era (post-1950)?

Here's a hint: It's not in the top 10.

Without further ado, here is the list of the 10 biggest blowouts by Ohio State since 1950.

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