The Ohio State football schedule 2010 is through one big test. Now that the Ohio State football schedule 2010 can cross off Miami, Ohio State football can rest up a bit. The Miami game was considered the only difficult test in September, so the Buckeyes are now just looking to cruise into the Big Ten. For the next two weeks, they face small time teams that aren’t expected to do much, especially since Miami didn’t do much last week. Thus far today, the Ohio State football schedule 2010 does still look easy, as the Buckeyes are rolling through again.
The Buckeyes are playing the entire month of September at home, with three games against supposed cupcakes. Marshall was no trouble for the Buckeyes on September 2, and ultimately, neither was Miami last Saturday.
Today, the Ohio State football schedule 2010 moves back to the cupcake phase, against Ohio. The Buckeyes don’t want any trouble against the Bobcats, and they are not getting any. Halfway through the second quarter, the Buckeyes are already up by 34-0.
Next week, the Buckeyes finish their warm-ups against Eastern Michigan, before the Ohio State football schedule 2010 finally sends them on the road. The Big Ten slate starts at Illinois on October 2, before they return home to face Indiana on October 9.
At the least, the Buckeyes are expected to stay unbeaten, and No. 2 at the least, going into mid-October. At that point, the Ohio State football schedule 2010 has its next big date ahead, as the Buckeyes visit Wisconsin on October 16. Then the Buckeyes will wait until November to host Penn State, go to Iowa, and host Michigan at the end.
The name of the game for the Buckeyes is not to look ahead, which they are certainly not doing today. After dismantling Miami and forcing several interceptions, they are still a Big Ten and BCS favorite for the foreseeable future. As for Terrelle Pryor, he still remains in the middle of the Heisman race, despite Michigan’s Denard Robinson stealing his early buzz.
Today, the Ohio State football schedule 2010 has caused no worry, as the Buckeyes are rolling through another in-state opponent. Jim Tressel and company just hope to stay mistake free, and injury free, going into the meat of the Big Ten. After all, the Buckeyes aren’t often criticized for coming up short at the beginning of the season, but rather at the end.
Ohio State Buckeyes- “Football – 2010 Schedule & Results”
Yahoo Sports- “Ohio at Ohio State”