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  • Got a question about Ohio State sports? Ask the experts!

    Got a question about anything related to sports and the Scarlet & Gray? The Dispatch's team of Ohio State beat writers, columnists and editors are ready to provide answers.

  • Rob Oller on Twitter: Crash the Scarlet & Gray Matter party!

    For the past decade Rob Oller has been entertaining Dispatch readers with his Scarlet & Gray Matter columns on Sundays following Ohio State football games. Now you can receive SGM nuggets during Buckeyes games via Twitter. Rob can be found on Twitter at @rollerCD.

  • Rob Oller commentary: Disdain for Big Ten means Meyer has to win by a lot

    Let’s agree on two realities: 1.) Humans are wowed by big numbers; 2.) Therefore, a score of 55-10 looks more impressive than 35-10, even though both constitute comfortable victories. Keeping those truths in mind, it is understandable why college football coaches would want to put as many points on the scoreboard as possible.

  • Penn State game destined to be decided in trenches

    It has been true since the dawn of football, and it certainly will be true tonight in front of a rabid, white-out crowd of 107,000 fans in State College, Pa. Most football games are won by the most basic factor: which team dominates the line of scrimmage.

  • Around college football: QB Kiel injured, but Legaux helps Cincinnati pull away

    Cincinnati 34, South Florida 17: Gunner Kiel threw a touchdown pass and ran for another score before leaving the game with injured ribs, and Munchie Legaux took it from there last night, scoring a notable touchdown of his own to help host Cincinnati pull away from South Florida.

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  • Ohio State football: J.T. Barrett accepts responsibility

    The legend of J.T. Barrett has been growing by the game, but now comes a more challenging chapter. After helping Ohio State rise from an embarrassing loss on Sept. 6 to Virginia Tech, the redshirt freshman quarterback will lead the 12th-ranked Buckeyes into prime time on Saturday at Penn State.

  • Buckeyes early victim of Elway

    The John Elway pass looked more like a punt, sailing so far over Kelvin Bell’s head that the Ohio State safety figured it would land near the nearby Lincoln and Morrill tower dorms. Unfortunately for the Buckeyes, the 18-yard pass instead landed in the arms of Stanford receiver Emile Harry with 34 seconds left, giving the unranked Cardinals a 23-20 win over No. 13 OSU at Ohio Stadium. <!-- <script> adcelannotate = { "contentdisplay" : "vervetemplatepremium" }; </script> -->

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