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Old 09-04-2015, 11:46 PM   #1
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The Buckeye Pride: An Ohio State Buckeyes Dynasty (NCAA 14)



With the College Football season coming up, I thought I'd start an NCAA 14 Dynasty. Here is the setup I am going to use:

System: XBox 360
Quarter Length: 12 min.
Rosters: UGA Lovell32
Sliders: Custom
Difficulty: Heisman
Recruiting Rules: Can actively recruit four 5-star prospects every year; cannot recruit a four star athlete to same position if a 5-star commits beforehand.
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Old 09-04-2015, 11:52 PM   #2
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An Ohio State History


The Ohio State Buckeyes football team is a collegiate football team that competes as part of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Football Bowl Subdivision, representing Ohio State University in the East Division of the Big Ten Conference. Ohio State has played their home games at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Ohio since 1922.

The Buckeyes are recognized by the university and NCAA as having won eight national championships[2][3] along with 37 conference championships (including 35 Big Ten titles), three division championships, 10 undefeated seasons, and six perfect seasons of having no losses or ties.

Football was introduced to the university by George Cole and Alexander S. Lilley in 1890. Ohio State was a football independent from 1890 to 1901 before joining the Ohio Athletic Conference (OAC) as a charter member in 1902. The Buckeyes won two conference championships while members of the OAC and in 1912 became members of the Big Ten Conference.

Ohio State won their first national championship in 1942 under head coach Paul Brown.

Following World War II, Ohio State saw sparse success on the football field with three separate coaches and in 1951 hired Woody Hayes to coach the team. Under Hayes, Ohio State won 13 Big Ten championships and five national championships (1954, 1957, 1961, 1968 and 1970), and had four Rose Bowl wins in eight appearances. Following Hayes' dismissal in 1978, Earle Bruce and later John Cooper coached the team to seven conference championships.

Jim Tressel was hired as head coach in 2001 and led Ohio State to its seventh national championship in 2002 with a win in the Fiesta Bowl. Ohio State won seven Big Ten championships under Tressel and appeared in eight Bowl Championship Series (BCS) games, winning five of them.

On November 28, 2011, two-time National Championship winning coach and Ohio native Urban Meyer became head coach. Meyer led his team to three Division Championships in his first three seasons, as well as a school record 24 straight victories, beginning with a perfect 120 in 2012. He led OSU to both the Big Ten and National Championships in the 2014 season.


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Cool! I'll be following. Starting my new one tonight too... Good luck!
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Ohio State's Coaches


Ohio State Coaches
Yr.NAMEWINSLOSSESTIESW/L %NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
1890-1891Alexander Lilly350.3750
1892-1895, 1898Frederick Ryder22220.5000
1896Charles Hickey551.5000
1897David Edwards171.1670
1899-1901John Eckstorm2243.8100
1902-1903Perry Hale1452.7140
1904-1905Edwin Sweetland1472.6520
19061909Albert Herrnstein28101.7310
1910Howard Jones613.7500
1911Harry Vaughn532.6000
1912John Richards630.6670
1913-1928John Wilce78339.6880
19291933Sam Willaman26105.6950
19341940Francis Schmidt39161.7050
19411943Paul Brown1881.6851 - 1942
19441945Carroll Widdoes1620.8890
1946Paul Bixler432.5560
19471950Wes Fesler21133.6080
19511978Woody Hayes2056110.7615 - 1954, 1957, 1961, 1968, 1970
19791987Earl Bruce81261.7550
19882000John Cooper111434.7150
20012010Jim Tressel94220.8101 - 2002
2011Luke Fickell670.4120
2012-Urban Meyer3830.9271 - 2014

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Yearly Records


Below, you will find the yearly records the Ohio State Buckeyes finished with. Overall wins and Conference wins are recorded, as well as any Conference Championships or Bowl Victories attained during the season.

Yearly Records
YEARTEAMWINLOSSCONF. WCONF. LCHAMPIONSHIPS
2015:Ohio State (B1G)-----, -
2016:Ohio State (B1G)-----, -
2017:Ohio State (B1G)-----,-


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Yearly Awards


Below, you will find the yearly Award Winners from around the NCAA. While they may not all be Buckeyes, each player who wins an Award exemplifies what it means to be a student-athlete.

2015-2016 Season Awards
AwardPlayerPosTeam
Bronko Nagurski Trophy---
Chuck Bednarik Award---
Davey O'Brien Award---
Doak Walker Award---
Fred Biletnikoff Award---
Heisman Memorial Trophy---
Jim Thorpe Award---
Linebacker of the Year---
Lombardi Award---
Lou Groza Award---
Maxwell Award---
Outland Trophy---
Ray Guy Award---
Returner of the Year---
Rimington Trophy---
Walter Camp Award---



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Ohio State Releases Initial 2015-2016 Depth Chart

Ohio State coach Urban Meyer released his initial depth chart for the upcoming season to the media today.

Meyer, who has tinkered with some players' position alignment, has converted former star QB Braxton Miller to the Hybrid position, where he will contribute in a myriad of ways.

Meyer has also decided to start J.T. Barrett at the QB position, with Cardale Jones serving as the primary backup. Michael Thomas becomes the primary receiver after the loss of Devin Smith to the NFL Draft.

Joey Bosa and Josh Perry return as starters to the defense, hoping to ease Raekwon McMillan into his new starting role on the inside linebacker slot. Eli Apple leads the defensive backfield.


Ohio State Buckeyes Depth Chart - 2015
Regular Offense
STARTER2ND3RD4TH
WRMichael ThomasParris CampbellJeff Greene
TENick VannettMarcus Baugh
LTTaylor DeckerJamarco Jones
LGBilly PriceDemetrius Knox
CJacoby BorenBrady Taylor
RGPat ElflienEvan Lisle
RTChase FarrisIsaiah Prince
WRJames ClarkBraxton MillerJohnnie Dixon
QBJ.T. BarrettCardale JonesBraxton MillerStephen Collier
HYJalin MarshallDontre Wilson
HBEzekiel ElliotBrionte DunnWarren Ball
Base 3-4 Defense
STARTER2ND3RD4TH
LDEJoey BosaSam HubbardJalyn Holmes
NTAdolphus WashingtonDonovan MungerTracy Sprinkle
RDETyquan LewisDarius Slade
LOLBJosh PerryDante BookerJoey Bosa
LILBRaekwon McMillanCamren Williams
RILBNick ConnerJosh Perry
ROLBDarron LeeChris WorleyJustin Hilliard
CBEli AppleMarshon LattimoreDenzel Ward
SSVonn BellErick Smith
FSTyvis PowellCam Burrows
CBGareon ConleyDamon Webb
Special Teams
STARTER2ND3RD4TH
KJack WilloughbySean Nurenburger
PCameron Johnston
HBraxton Miller
PRBraxton MillerJalin Marshall
KRJalin MarshallBraxton Miller
LSJacoby Boren
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