Twice coach Mark Dantonio has led the Michigan State Spartans against an Ohio State team ranked second nationally. Both times–the 2013 Big Ten Championship game and the 2015 game in Columbus, Ohio–his team came away with the
Ohio State could wind up ranked No. 2 in the country at the end of the season and not make its conference championship game. The Buckeyes lost control of their destiny last Saturday not because of what
Hear from the two coaches going head-to-head at Spartan Stadium this weekend as they appeared on the Big Ten teleconference.
|By Mike Young| If the last two games — 62-3 wins over Nebraska and Maryland — have proven anything, it’s the correlation between offensive success and Curtis Samuel’s efficiency on an increased amount of touches. In back-to-back
Maryland brought coach DJ Durkin on board during the offseason and saw dividends almost immediately. The Terps started their season 4-0 with wins against Howard, Florida International, Central Florida, and Purdue. That early success probably didn’t surprise
Hear from the two coaches going head-to-head at Maryland Stadium this weekend as they appeared on the Big Ten teleconference.
This video pretty much speaks for itself. All we can really add is our thanks to Pat for opening up about a subject that has affected him so deeply.
|By Mike Young| Saturday’s 62-3 victory over Nebraska proved to be validation for the hard work the Buckeyes put in at The Woody during October, slight game plan tweaks made by the coaching staff, and silence after
PHOTO BY 97.1 THE FAN | By Lori Schmidt | The Buckeye defense scored two touchdowns and held Nebraska to a field goal. Two Ohio State rushers tallied over 70 yards. Curtis Samuel piled up 173 yards