When you are the Big 10’s best, schools circle you on the calendar as the big game of the season. And increasingly, that game is likely to take place at night. But night games on the road are an energy drain for players and staff, especially in consecutive weeks. So when Urban Meyer was asked yesterday on The Fan about playing so many night games away from home, he had a few thoughts, “I remember last night we had two road night games in a row. That should never happen. I don’t think it’s right.” Meyer hopes that the Big 10 caps road night games to two per year. D.J Byrnes with more.
- Maryland’s Ty Johnson and D.J. Moore will be an interesting test for the Ohio State defense, Chad Peltier, Land-Grant Holy Land – October 5
- Receivers make effort to show their nasty side, Tim May, Columbus Dispatch – October 6
- Ohio State football’s 24 percent chance to make the College Football Playoff, Doug Lesmerises, Plain Dealer – October 5
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