Last game: 54-10 win vs. Iowa
Next game: Oct. 29 @ #13 Penn State
What more can I say about Ohio State? I had this gut feeling that Iowa would compete with the Buckeyes this weekend and the Hawkeyes’ defense could somehow slow down C.J. Stroud and the offense. Boy, was I wrong! At the end of the first half, Ohio State led 26-10, then just took off from there. Stroud threw for 286 yards and four touchdowns, while four different receivers were on the backend of those touchdown throws.
Ohio State now travels to University Park, PA to take on the No. 13 Nittany Lions and hopes to do much of the same. The Buckeyes have not lost a road game against Penn State since 2011 and have won 11 of the last 13 matchups between the two programs. Penn State is hoping to make a statement home win, but the Buckeyes have their eyes set on the College Football Playoff and will likely dominate yet again.