Time For Sports Blogging Network To Go Around College Football and see how some of the programs should fare this upcoming season. The first schedule we will look at is the Ohio State Buckeyes.
The Buckeyes have a new coach in Urban Meyer and the Buckeye faithful
will look for him to get this program back to the top. I have no doubt
he will, but let us take a look at the Buckeyes schedule coming into the
The first four games should help the Buckeyes get a fast start as
they are not too tough at all. After that though the Big Ten schedule
starts and it gets a lot tougher. On Sept 29th they go play Michigan
State on the road that is a tough test for them. They also have Penn
State and Wisconsin on the road as well two more tough road games. The
Buckeyes in my opinion are looking at and 10-2 or 9-3 record this
season. That is not bad considering all they went through last season.
Saturday, September 1 Miami (Ohio) Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio
Saturday, September 8 Cincinnati Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio
Saturday, September 15 California Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio
Saturday, September 22 UAB Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio
Saturday, September 29 Michigan State * at East Lansing, Mich.
Saturday, October 6 Nebraska * Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio
Saturday, October 13 Indiana * at Bloomington, Ind.
Saturday, October 20 Purdue * Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio
Saturday, October 27 Penn State * at State College, Pa.
Saturday, November 3 Illinois * Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio
Saturday, November 17 Wisconsin * at Madison, Wis.
Saturday, November 24 Michigan * Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio
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