Cardale Jones passed for a career-high 291 yards against Maryland.
25 words or fewer: With offensive improvement and defensive cracks, the Buckeyes — AP No.1 for a record 102nd time — will become men in black as Penn State comes calling.
Ohio State stayed atop both major-college football polls today, the record 102nd week the Buckeyes have been No. 1 in the 79-year history of the Associated Press poll.
BALTIMORE — It took a prolonged performance of historic proportions for the Cleveland Browns to finally win on the road against the Baltimore Ravens. Josh McCown threw for a team-record 457 yards, and Travis Coons kicked a 32-yard field goal in overtime to lead the Browns to a 33-30 victory on Sunday.
CINCINNATI — Andy Dalton led Cincinnati from a 17-point deficit to a signature win, the kind they’ve rarely gotten in the past. One that showed this Bengals team is indeed in a different class. The Bengals remained unbeaten by matching the second-biggest comeback in their history on Sunday, this one against the two-time defending NFC champions.
The bad news, according to the Blue Jackets, is that much of what has gone wrong in the first two games of the season has been self-inflected. The good news? They know how to fix it.