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Big Ten football: Ohio State's Jalin Marshall named freshman of the week

Eamon Queeney | Dispatch

Jalin Marshall had 151 yards of total offense and four touchdowns against Indiana.

Ohio State's Jalin Marshall, who scored four second-half touchdowns to lead a rally past Indiana on Saturday, has been named the Big Ten Conference's freshman of the week.

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Ohio State football: The Game is all that matters this week, Meyer says

Eamon Queeney | Dispatch

“This is not another game. That’s just the way it is here, and that’s the way it should be.” -- Urban Meyer

This is not just another week – Urban Meyer has made that clear to his Ohio State football team, even though it already has clinched a berth in the Big Ten championship game for the second straight year, that The Game is the only thing that matters the next six days.

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Ohio State football | Inside the Beat: Urban, IU scare, should keep Buckeyes from looking past The Game

Eamon Queeney | Dispatch

After turning the ball over twice against Minnesota and enduring a brutal week on social media, Jalin Marshall (17) enjoyed redemption against Indiana.

It's on to Michigan week, but Indiana threw an unexpected scare into the Buckeyes on Saturday, leading briefly late in the third quarter before Ohio State pulled away behind four Jalin Marshall touchdowns to win 42-27. The victory likely won't help the Buckeyes in the eyes of the College Football Playoff selection committee, but a loss would have been catastrophic. Now the Buckeyes turn their sights to the Wolverines, who need an upset just to become bowl-eligible.

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Browns 26, Falcons 24: Hoyer sharp on drive for winning FG

Brynn Anderson | Associated Press

Linebacker Eric Martin lifts Billy Cundiff after Cundiff’s winning field goal.

ATLANTA — Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer overcame three interceptions and All-Pro receiver Josh Gordon made a key play in his first game back from suspension in Cleveland’s 26-24 come-from-behind victory over the Atlanta Falcons yesterday.

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Bengals 22, Texans 13: Dalton wins at site of playoff woes

David J. Phillip | Associated press

The Bengals’ Andy Dalton passed for 233 yards and a touchdown in his hometown.

HOUSTON — Andy Dalton gave his father, Greg, a special 55th birthday present by finally getting a victory in his hometown. Dalton lost his first three games against the Houston Texans, including twice here in the playoffs, but passed for 233 yards and a touchdown to lead the Cincinnati Bengals to a 22-13 victory yesterday.

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NFL: How former Buckeyes fared

Dan Herron, RB, Indianapolis: Led the Colts with 65 yards rushing on 12 carries and added 31 yards on five receptions in a 23-3 victory over Jacksonville. Lost one fumble and made one tackle.

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Ohio State men's basketball: D’Angelo Russell leads rout with 32 points

Kyle Robertson | Dispatch

Freshman guard D’Angelo Russell of Ohio State leads a fast break against Sacred Heart. He led the Buckeyes with 32 points.

Two days before the game, freshman D’Angelo Russell could not name Ohio State’s next opponent. “Say … say …,” he stammered. “Sacred Heart,” Sam Thompson interjected from the adjacent chair, providing senior leadership. All Russell knew was that he had a bad game behind him and another one ahead, and he was determined to be better.

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Ohio State Football Insider: Jalin Marshall saves laboring offense

Eamon Queeney | Dispatch

Jalin Marshall makes a one-handed grab for a 15-yard touchdown, one of his three touchdown catches in the second half.

25 words or fewer: Redemption tastes best when guzzled — just ask Jalin Marshall. Buckeyes clinched return to Big Ten title game, then took aim at The Game.

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Around college football: Offensive lineman chooses Ohio State

Branden Bowen last night became the second blue-chip offensive line prospect in a week to commit to Ohio State’s 2015 recruiting class.

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Blue Jackets: Troubling trends develop after 20 games

Chris Russell | Dispatch

Goalie Sergei Bobrovsky, stopping a shot against Boston, has a .911 save percentage in 12 games.

The Blue Jackets have reached the quarter point of the season like a runner that hasn’t prepared for the race. Saturday’s 4-2 loss in Philadelphia was like so many others early this season: an emotional engagement was not evident for 60 minutes, the penalty kill faltered and there were ill-timed defensive breakdowns.

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Ohio State women's basketball: Alston, Mitchell combine to score 63 in win

ERIC ALBRECHT | Dispatch

Guard Kelsey Mitchell of Ohio State is pressured from behind by Brittani Burgess.

The Ohio State women’s basketball team continued to put up points like a bug zapper puts down light-happy moths on the patio deck yesterday afternoon at Value City Arena.

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Ohio State roundup: Top-seeded Irish oust Buckeyes in men's soccer

Notre Dame forward Jon Gallagher scored past Ohio State goalkeeper Alex Ivanov in the 68th minute, and the top-seeded Fighting Irish defeated the Buckeyes 2-1 last night in the second round of the NCAA men’s soccer tournament in South Bend, Ind.

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Around college basketball: Dayton stops Boston College behind Sibert

James Crisp | Associated Press

Andrew Harrison of Kentucky is fouled by Montana State’s Marcus Colbert during the top-ranked Wildcats’ 86-28 victory in Lexington, Ky.

Dayton 65, Boston College 53: Jordan Sibert, a former Ohio State player, had 20 points and Dyshawn Pierre added 16 points as Dayton held off Boston College yesterday in the third-place game at the Puerto Rico Tip-Off in San Juan.

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Two Greats of "The Game"

Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer previews Saturday's kick off against Michigan, while former Buckeye quarterback Troy Smith talks about having his number 10 jersey enshrined at the Shoe that day.

Posted on Nov 24, 2014 0 Comments

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