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Football | Ohio State Insider: QB change, shaky start hurtful in polls?

Eamon Queeney | Dispatch

Quarterback J.T. Barrett got better as the opener against Navy went along, throwing two TD passes.

25 words or fewer: After navigating rough seas early, the Buckeyes and J.T. Barrett finally ran Navy’s blockade. There’s no plan to offer Virginia Tech safe harbor Saturday night.

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Ohio State football: Virginia Tech ready to bring quick offense to ’Shoe

Matt Gentry | Associated Press

Virginia Tech quarterback Michael Brewer completed 23 of 30 passes against William & Mary.

There was a reason Virginia Tech kept a lid on all of its preseason practices and scrimmages. The Hokies only wish they could have concealed their plans through their opening game.

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Ohio State notebook: Rod Smith earns playing time

Ohio State coach Urban Meyer enjoys rewarding effort on special teams with more playing time, and so he will again this week with senior running back Rod Smith.

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Ohio State football: No excuses now for new starters, Urban Meyer says

Making definitive judgments from a season opener usually is a dangerous proposition. That might be especially true for Ohio State, which overcame a shaky first three quarters to pull away from Navy 34-17 on Saturday.

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Rob Oller commentary: Lack of star QB leaves Ohio State coaches exposed

The Ohio State peanut gallery doubles as a munitions factory that manufactures explosive goobers used for blowing up coaches. Defense can’t stop a Little Tykes truck? KA-BOOM goes the defensive coordinator. Running game going in reverse? Peanut-shell shrapnel catches the offensive line coach. Buckeyes lose a bowl game? Head coach gets torn to pieces.

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Ohio State football | Inside the Beat: Barrett passes opening test, but questions remain

Kyle Robertson | Dispatch

Joey Bosa registers a sack of Navy's Keenan Reynolds.

Not many recent seasons have opened with as many question marks as Ohio State's 2014 season did. The Buckeyes survived Navy 34-17 in Baltimore, but it's safe to say that many questions remain.

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Around baseball: Phillies record combined no-hitter

Curtis Compton | Atlanta Journal Constitution

Cole Hamels, left, understood being taken out of the game after the sixth inning on a hot and humid day despite having a no-hitter.

Phillies 7, Braves 0: Cole Hamels and three Philadelphia relievers combined on the season’s fourth no-hitter against host Atlanta yesterday.

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Tigers 12, Indians 1: Kluber’s struggles continue in short outing

CLEVELAND — Corey Kluber was short and succinct. He pitched the same way.

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Bob Hunter commentary: Russell Branyan not taking this opportunity with Clippers lightly

When his Mexican League season ended on Aug. 14, Russell Branyan did what 38-year-old former major-leaguers who have had back surgery and haven’t been to spring training for more than two years do.

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Baseball: Clippers enter postseason on a high after dramatic win

Kyle Robertson | DISPATCH

The Clippers’ Audy Ciriaco tries to avoid the water thrown by teammate Toru Murata after Ciriaco connected on the winning hit.

A game that really didn’t count for much in the final International League standings yesterday mattered enough to the Clippers to come off the Huntington Park mat and defeat the Toledo Mud Hens 2-1 in 12 innings.

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Around college football: Louisville tops Miami to win its ACC debut

Louisville 31, Miami 13: Dominique Brown’s 15-yard touchdown run in the third quarter and Gerald Christian’s 10-yard TD catch late in the fourth followed host Louisville’s big defensive performance that helped beat the University of Miami last night.

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Bishop and Rothman's Week 1 College Football Picks

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