The Nebraska vs Ohio State is going to be happening at 11:00 AM in the Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Ohio. Nebraska travels to the Horseshoe to face an angry Ohio team that is 7-1 into the season. This will be an interesting watch, not just to see the kind of offense the Buckeyes will employ, but also to see how well they manage to avoid mistakes this time.
Date and Time: November 3rd, 2018 11:00 AM EST
Venue: Ohio Stadium
TV: FOX (US)
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How will the Nebraska Cornhuskers face a red-hot Ohio State Buckeyes, who will apparently have their hair on fire after what they have been through in their last game?
The 2-6 Cornhuskers are a solid team, but nowhere near the challenging level. They can hope for more mistakes from the Buckeyes side and winning, but that’s a super-long shot by all aspects.
However, it’s true that if the Buckeyes lose one more game, things will be terrible indeed, Michigan will move up, and the entire November will be a bad month.
The last game of the Ohio State Buckeyes was just terrible. They were number two when at the Purdue Boilermakers on October 21st. And now they’re #10. The votings have shown it. The Buckeyes let many mistakes happen. The Boilermakers were highly active and offensive. Things went out of the hand quickly. The Buckeyes were under pressure before they could grasp what was happening. The running game was all sad. Urban Meyer said “The glaring shortcomings we had were exposed.”
Now, they are up against another team that is showing positive signs this season. The Purdue Boilermakers were on a winning streak. The Cornhuskers might not be on a long one, but they’re surely a happening, energetic team this season.
The Buckeyes need to stop pressure getting to them. They were the only ranked team that lost previous week. They can’t let that happen again. This time, the Ohio State Buckeyes will be angry and offensive, destroying whatever comes their way, may that be a good offense or defense.