2009-2010 Ohio State Buckeyes

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  1. Shaun Mason

    Shaun Mason Somebody you used to know.

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    2009-2010 Ohio State Buckeyes

    Look for game wrapups here.
     
  2. Shaun Mason

    Shaun Mason Somebody you used to know.

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    In week one, the Buckeyes came out ready to play. Dominate was the word of the day as the Buckeye defense strangled the life out of visiting Navy. With less than 100 yards total offense, the Midshipmen looked helpless against a dominate front seven. The highlight of the day for Navy was that noone left the 'Shoe on a stretcher. The Buckeye defense was led by Austin Spitler and Etienne Sabino, who combined for 14 tackles and 1 sack.

    For the Buckeyes offense, sophmore sensation had a solid 12-20 day with three touchdown tosses. The Buckeyes moved the ball with multiple backs and Pryor on the ground. Navy watched helplessly as the Buckeyes ran through, around and over them. Next week look for a big matchup with visiting USC.
     
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    Columbus, OH (AP) - Last years season was defined by Ohio States trip to L.A. Not enough speed and not enough defense were the ephitaph on the Buckeyes tombstone. After hearing that for a year, the Buckeyes were more than ready to welcome the USC Trojans to the 'Shoe.

    The Buckeyes defense shine enroute to a 30-14 win. The Buckeyes front seven terrorized Aaron Corp and forced 6 interceptions by the new USC quarterback. The Buckeyes played conservative as usual on offense and scored enough points to hold the Trojans at bay.
     
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    Columbus, OH (AP) - In a game originally intended to be played in Cleveland Browns stadium, the Toledo Rockets came into Columbus fired up to play. Unfortunately that lasted about two minutes into the game. From the opening drive the whole game was geared toward Ohio State. The offense rolled up over 300 yards in route to a 58-3 win. Boom Herron lead the Buckeyes rushing with 88 yards on 8 carries. Terrell Pryor was an efficient 7-10 for 139 yards and 1 touchdown. Totals were low for the offense because they only played one half.

    The Buckeye defense was anchored again by Entienne Sabino, who had 10 tackles, a forced fumble and a sack. The Buckeye first team defense came out at the end of the third quarter to give the youngsters a chance to shine. Play of the game was by Tyler Moeller who returned the fumble created by Sabino for a long touchdown.
     
  5. Shaun Mason

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    Illinois at Ohio State
    1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH Final
    ILLINI 7 0 0 0 7
    BUCKS 14 20 7 3 44


    Illini tOSU
    Score 7 44
    First Downs 8 16
    Total Offense 201 441
    Rushes-Yards-TD 26-67-1 43-138-2
    Comp-Att-TD 16-27-0 18-25-3
    Passing Yards 134 303
    3rd Down Conv 2-12(16%) 6-13(46%)
    4th Down Conv 1-1(100%) 0-1(0%)
    2-Point Conv 0-0(0%) 0-0(0%)
    Red Zone-TD-FG 0-0-0(0%) 4-3-1(100%)
    Turnovers 3 1
    Fumbles Lost 0 1
    Intercepted 3 0
    PR Yards 11 81
    KR Yards 205 64
    Total Yards 417 586


    Players of The Game
    Illinois
    M. Wilson 9 Tkls (TFL)
    Ohio State
    T. Pryor 12-16 160, 6 car
     
  6. Shaun Mason

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    Ohio State at Indiana​


    1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH Final
    BUCKS 17 10 14 0 41
    IU 7 7 0 7 21



    tOSU IU
    Score​
    41 21
    First Downs 12 16
    Total Offense 389 383
    Rushes-Yards-TD 34-163-2 24-44-0
    Comp-Att-TD 12-22-2 24-40-3
    Passing Yards 226 339
    3rd Down Conv 3-12(25%) 5-14(35%)
    4th Down Conv 0-0(0%) 0-1(0%)
    2-Point Conv 0-0(0%) 0-0(0%)
    Red Zone-TD-FG 2-1-1(100%) 3-2-0(66%)
    Turnovers 1 2
    Fumbles Lost 0 0
    Intercepted 1 2
    PR Yards 52 39
    KR Yards 78 91
    Total Yards 519 513
    T.O.P. 17:24 13:06[/CENTER]



    Players of The Game
    Indiana
    T. Doss 4 Rec, 109 Yds, TD
    Ohio State
    T. Pryor 12-17 226, 8 car



    Columbus, OH (AP) - The Ohio State Buckeyes rolled into Indiana looking for an easy win. Though the Buckeyes won by twenty points, the Hoosiers were never out of the game. The Buckeye defense came up with just enough big plays to win the game. An interception return for a touchdown and another interception late in the game were just what the doctor ordered. Terrelle Pryor carried the Buckeye offense with a very efficient day and a couple well timed runs. As usual, Entienne Sabino played huge on defense, mauling anyone brave enough to come across the middle.​

    Coach Shaun Mason had the following to say, "That was a pretty solid day for the offense, but the defense has a way to go. That effort won't beat the Penn State's of the league. We need to get more pressure on the quarterback and tackle better all around."​
     
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    Wisconsin at Ohio State


    1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH Final
    Wisc 0 3 0 0 3
    Bucks 7 7 3 7 24


    Wisc Bucks
    Score​
    3 24
    First Downs 15 16
    Total Offense 389 383
    Rushes-Yards-TD 34-163-2 39-139-1
    Comp-Att-TD 19-32-0 14-22-2
    Passing Yards 169 150
    3rd Down Conv 5-14(35%) 5-13(38%)
    4th Down Conv 0-0(0%) 1-2(50%)
    2-Point Conv 0-0(0%) 0-0(0%)
    Red Zone-TD-FG 0-0-0(0%) 4-2-1(75%)
    Turnovers 1 1
    Fumbles Lost 0 0
    Intercepted 1 1[/CENTER]



    Columbus, OH (AP) - Ohio State welcomed the Wisconsin Badgers into the Horseshoe, both teams 5-0 on the season. Expectations were that the game would be a defensive battle. Ohio State opened the game looking to hurry the Wisconsin passing game, while trying to minimize the yardage accumulated on the ground. On the first series, Ohio State forced a Badger punt. On the Ohio State drive, Terrelle Pryor was intercepted after being hit by a Wisconsin defender. Ohio State came out looking to take the ball away on the short field and Entiene Sabino picked off a crossing route to give the ball back to the Buckeye offense. Ohio State ran behind Boom Herron down to the Badger red zone. Pryor drilled tight end Jake Stoneburner who fought his way into the endzone to make the game 7-0.

    In the second quarter, Wisonsin looked to be running at will against the Ohio State Buckeyes. Pushed into there own territory the Buckeyes dial up the intensity and hold the Badgers to a missed field goal. The Buckeyes gallop back down the field, capping off the drive with a Terrelle Pryor option run into the end zone to give the Buckeyes a 14-0 edge. Wisconsin gets the ball back with 1:30 left. Looking to close the scoring gap, they air the ball out and make it into the Buckeye side of the field and end the half with a field goal, putting the halftime score at 14-3.

    In the second half it was all Buckeye defense. Ohio State led the half off with a field goal to put the score at 17-3. The Badgers just can't move the ball into the endzone and the teams trade possessions for the rest of the quarter. In the fourth, the Buckeyes score again on a screen to DeVier Posey to give them a 24-3 lead. They would take that to the end and send the dejected Badgers home.

    Coach Mason said after the game, "This was a solid defensive performance. We got the the quarterback and stopped big plays on the ground. Clay pounded the ball at us and gained 100 yards, but it took him 30 carries or something. I hope the offense gets a bit sharper and that Boom's shoulder is OK, but overall it was a good game."

    Next week the Buckeye host Minnesota.
     
  8. Shaun Mason

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    Ohio State at Purdue


    1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH Final
    Bucks 21 17 0 14 52
    Purdue 10 7 0 0 17


    tOSU Purdue
    Score​
    52 17
    First Downs 19 10
    Total Offense 459 227
    Rushes-Yards-TD 39-113-4 19-27-1
    Comp-Att-TD 21-27-2 16-26-0
    Passing Yards 346 200
    3rd Down Conv 6-11(54%) 1-9(11%)
    4th Down Conv 1-1(100%) 0-0(0%)
    2-Point Conv 0-0(0%) 0-0(0%)
    Red Zone-TD-FG 7-5-1(85%) 2-1-1(100%)
    Turnovers 1 2
    Fumbles Lost 1 0
    Intercepted 0 2
    PR Yards 28 13
    KR Yards 56 209
    Total Yards 543 449
    T.O.P. 23:20 8:52[/CENTER]


    Players of The Game
    Ohio State​
    E. Sabino 8 Tkls (TFL)
    Purdue
    K. Brown 10 Tkls (6 TFL) 2 Sacks[/CENTER]


    Columbus, OH (AP) - Ohio State ran over, around and through the Boilermakers enroute to a 52-17 win. The second team of Ohio State almost outscored Purdue in one quarter. The first quarter was was a scorefest, with 31 combined points. The Bucks scored three times, two times on the ground and a pick 6 by Entienne Sabino. The Buckeyes never let up as they cruised to a 38-17 halftime lead and put the second team in.

    Coach Shaun Mason said, "The team looked great today. We gave up a some points on offense with Boom's fumble that was returned, but other than that the offense was firing on all cylinders." When asked about the Minnesota game next week he replied, "The Gophers better say in there home if we are playing like we did today."​
     
  9. jmillhimes

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    Nice win. Looks like your on your way to a spot in the National Title Game.
     
  10. Shaun Mason

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    I still have Michigan on the horizon. Suge and I usually have a solid game.
     
  11. Shaun Mason

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    Minnesota at Ohio State


    1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH Final
    Minn 0 0 7 13 20
    Bucks 7 21 7 10 45




    Minn Bucks
    Score​
    20 45
    First Downs 17 19
    Total Offense 371 483
    Rushes-Yards-TD 30-19-1 30-97-2
    Comp-Att-TD 22-36-2 24-32-4
    Passing Yards 352 386
    3rd Down Conv 5-14(35%) 4-7(57%)
    4th Down Conv 1-2(50%) 0-0(0%)
    2-Point Conv 0-1(0%) 0-0(0%)
    Red Zone-TD-FG 4-3-0(75%) 7-5-1(85%)
    Turnovers 2 2
    Fumbles Lost 0 0
    Intercepted 2 2
    PR Yards 0 20
    KR Yards 51 50
    Total Yards 422 553
    T.O.P. 12:20 18:34[/CENTER]

    Players of The Game
    Minnesota​
    K. Coooper 9 Tkls
    Ohio State
    T. Pryor 20-27, 340 Yds, 4 TD[/CENTER]


     
  12. Shaun Mason

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    Columbus, OH (AP) - The Buckeye welcome New Mexico State into the Horseshoe and deliver a 51-14 beating.

    The Ohio State first team came out mid second quarter as they put 30 points up in one and a half quarters. Overall, it was a miserable game on rainy, miserable day. Notably, Boom Herron was held to under 50 yards rushing by a suprisingly good run defense by NMSU. Unfortunatly NMSU could not hold onto the ball in the rain to save their lives. Multiple fumbles and interceptions doomed the Aggie offense.

    Next week the Buckeyes start the real meat of the schedule against Penn State and coach Hokie.
     
  13. Shaun Mason

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    Let me sum up week 10 and 11.

    Both were simmed games, the Bucks lost both.
     
  14. Sixthdis108

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    Really sucks Shaun, just poor luck for you. ON the other, hand Hawkeyes needed that victory badly.
     
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    2010 Week 1 - Marshall at Ohio State​

    1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH Final
    Marsh 14 0 7 0 21
    Bucks 7 14 21 21 63



    Marshall Bucks
    Score 21 63
    First Downs 13 16
    Total Offense 303 541
    Rushes-Yards-TD 34-67-0 44-360-7
    Comp-Att-TD 20-33-3 10-22-0
    Passing Yards 236 181
    3rd Down Conv 3-14(21%) 7-14(50%)
    4th Down Conv 0-4(0%) 2-4(50%)
    2-Point Conv 0-0(0%) 0-0(0%)
    Red Zone-TD-FG 0-0-0(0%) 7-6-0(85%)
    Turnovers 2 0
    Fumbles Lost 0 0
    Intercepted 2 0
    PR Yards 29 35
    KR Yards 201 165
    Total Yards 533 741
    T.O.P. 13:21 14-39[/CENTER]

    Players of The Game​
    Marshall
    B. Anderson 14-22, 180 Yds, 3 TD
    Ohio State
    T. Pryor 10-22, 181 Yds, 18 carries 200 yards, 2 TD[/CENTER]
     

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