Ohio State Buckeyes College Football Schedule
Thursday September 2nd, Marshall, W 45-7
Saturday September 11th, Miami Florida, W 36-24
Saturday September 18th, Ohio, W 43-7
Saturday September 25th, Eastern Michigan, W 73-20
Saturday October 2nd, @ Illinois, W 24-13
Saturday October 16th, Indiana, W 38-10
Saturday October 23rd, @ Wisconsin, 7:00 pm
Saturday October 30th, Purdue, 12:00 pm
Saturday November 13th, Penn State, TBA
Saturday November 20th, @ Iowa, TBA
Saturday November 27th, Michigan, TBA
The Ohio State Buckeyes are ranked #1 and have had National Championships in 1942 under Paul Brown, 1954, 1961, 1968, 1970 under Woody Hayes, and in 2002 under Jim Tressel.
Ohio State has had undefeated seasons in 1899, 1916, 1917, 1944, 1954, 1961, 1968, 1973, and in 2002.
The Buckeyes played in Recreation Park (Columbus) from 1890 to 1897. Ohio Field from 1898 to 1921. Ohio Stadium from 1922 to the present.
They have long standing Rivalries with The University of Michigan Wolverines, Illinois Fighting Illini, and the Penn State Nittany Lions.
Ohio State Buckeyes Heisman Trophy Winners
1944 – Les Horvath, QB
1950 – Vic Janowicz, RB
1955 – Howard Cassady, RB
1974, 1975 – Archie Griffin, RB
1995 – Eddie George, RB
2006 – Troy Smith, QB
Archie Griffin hold records for the most rushing career yards of 5,589 (1972-75) and the most rushing yards in a season at 1,927 (1995).
Art Schlichter holds the record for the most career passing yards of 7,547 (1978-81). Joe Germaine holds the season record for most passing yards at 3,330 (1998).
Michael Jenkins holds the record for most career receiving yards of 2,898 (2000-03). David Boston holds the record for most yards in a season at 1,435 (1998).
The Buckeyes are part of the Big Ten Conference. They currently play in Ohio Stadium in Columbus that seats 102,329. It is shaped like a horseshoe and their school colors are Scarlet and Gray.