News for Ohio State Football Vs Notre Dame Score

News for Ohio State Football Vs Notre Dame Score

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News for Ohio State Football vs Notre Dame: In the AP top 25 college football rankings, Ohio State was the No.2 while Notre Dame was No.5 in the poll. Expect the Buckeyes to stay locked in at second overall this week as top-ranked Alabama rolled over Utah State, but the Irish will fall in the updated rankings. However, the game is broadcast and aired nationally on ABC. It’s been a while since the Buckeyes last lost to the Irish. The Buckeyes team is a favorite for leading four of the overall head-to-head games. Along with two wins in 1995 and 1996, they have also won the last two games in 2006 and 2016.

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It should be noted that Ohio State leads with 21 to Notre Dame’s 10. In the first quarter, C.J. Stroud connected with Emeka Egbuka for the first touchdown of the Buckeyes’ season and the 7-3 lead. Notre Dame opened up the advantage in the second quarter when back Audric Estime dove over the pile to cap off an 87-yard drive. Nevertheless, Matt Solerno’s too a crazy catch that helped the Irish in their survival.

It was the Irish offense, not the Buckeyes, that got the better reviews in the first half of the game, particularly the play of quarterback Tyler Buechner.

And that of Notre Dame’s defense, which rose to the challenge of stopping the reigning No. 1 offense in college football on the road.

Throwing lanes were hard to come by for Stroud, who faced an impressive Irish pass rush, and whose receivers had trouble creating consistent space.

Ohio State needed a statement to play with the 2nd ticking in the 3rd quarter and got it when Xavier Johnson was connected by Stroud on the go-ahead touchdown play to take over the lead.

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Another big statement for Ohio State, finishes 95 yards within 7 minutes, 6 seconds on 14 plays to take over Notre Dame a 21-10 lead on Mian Williams’ touchdown run.


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