A Monday morning grade card on an Ohio State win that contained a large amount of payback and could pay off down the road with a chance to get into the four-team College Football Playoff:OFFENSE
2014 OHSAA Football Playoffs — Second Round PairingsPairings are shown with seeds and regular-season records.Home team listed first.
Division IAustintown Fitch 15, Wadsworth 3Can. Glenoak 28, Berea-Midpark 14Cin. Colerain 28, Hilliard Darby 7Cin. Moeller 28, Miamisburg 7
EAST LANSING, Mich. — The marquee event of the Big Ten season — Ohio State at Michigan State last night, the rematch of last year's league championship game — has come and gone. Now what?
It is Nov. 9 and as the sun rises in the east and sweeps across the frost-covered fields of the Midwest, the NFL standings reflect that in their respective divisions the Cleveland Browns and Detroit Lions are in first place.
It was just the other day I wrote a story on Dion Waiters' move to the bench and mentioned how Waiters means well, but sometimes can't seem to get out of his own way.That seems to be happening again.
The Tampa Bay Lightning scored four goals in the first period and beat the Blue Jackets 7-4 in front of 14,892 last night in Nationwide Arena.
A life lived contains the occasional hairpin turn that leaves a body breathless heading into the next straightaway.
It was sometimes tough to watch the Ohio State men's basketball team try to run an offense last season.It wasn't any easier for those trying to run it.
At some point between last weekend's 4-2 loss to New England and Sunday's second-leg rematch, Crew players Eric Gehrig and Wil Trapp found themselves deep in conversation.
EAST LANSING, Mich. — It was like Urban Meyer knew something and his reading of the situation was correct.
RALEIGH, N.C. — For a night, the Blue Jackets got back to playing the brand of hockey they fancy. As for the reward, that will have to wait.
DENVER — Now this is more along the lines of what LeBron James had in mind.Cleveland moved the ball around to James' satisfaction and held off the Denver Nuggets 110-101 on Friday night.
Browns safety Donte Whitner knows what a playoff team looks like.
Taylor Decker described himself as mopey for a couple days after the 34-24 loss to Michigan State in the Big Ten title game last December. All of Buckeye Nation might have used that adjective.
By any measure, Saturday was a massive misfire for the Crew's defense.
Division IIAvon 42, Medina Highland 21Bedford 21, Garfield Hts. 12Cin. La Salle 48, Cin. Glen Este 28Cin. Mt. Healthy 39, New Carlisle Tecumseh 0
BUCYRUS — Playoff football.That is when things such as turnovers and penalties take on an added importance.
WOOSTER – “You can have a great bus, but if you don't have a bus driver, it's not gonna be very good.”
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Reporter Steve Blackledge presents a division-by-division analysis of the playoffs, which begin with 112 games this weekend and conclude with the state championship games Dec. 4, 5 and 6 at Ohio Stadium: