• What the Buckeyes said after the Penn State win

    What the Buckeyes said after the Penn State win0

      Saturday night featured a game Ohio State players, coaches and fans will not soon forget. For the second straight year, the Buckeyes rallied from a double-digit deficit in the fourth quarter to defeat Penn State 27-26. This season, the Scarlet and Gray did so on the road in front of a record 110,889 Nittany

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  • World Cup 2018: Group H Analysis

    World Cup 2018: Group H Analysis0

    Teams: Poland, Colombia, Senegal, Japan A pleasing continental spread with a team from Europe, South America, Africa and Asia. That should ensure a real contrast in styles and some absorbing matches. Poland are the top ranked team in the FIFA rankings at seventh in the world but were the weakest top seeds other than Russia

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  • World Cup 2018: Group G Analysis

    World Cup 2018: Group G Analysis0

    Teams: Belgium, England, Tunisia, Panama Aside from the group with host nation Russia, this is the group which has the lowest cumulative FIFA world ranking, with an average of almost 26. Panama are the potential whipping boys and World Cup debutants, while Tunisia are no great shakes either. Really, this looks like coming down to a

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  • World Cup 2018: Group F Analysis

    World Cup 2018: Group F Analysis0

    Teams: Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea Reigning champions and the current top-ranked team in the world, Germany will view this as a favourable draw, although they will be very wary of slipping up given Brazil could await in the last-16. Germany will face a test in the first two matches, against Mexico and Sweden, before aiming

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  • World Cup 2018: Group E Analysis

    World Cup 2018: Group E Analysis0

    Teams: Brazil, Switzerland, Costa Rica, Serbia Brazil is seeking redemption for the humiliation it suffered at home in 2014, a 7-1 semifinal loss to Germany. Five-time winners Brazil have little to fear in this draw. The Brazilians roared through qualifying with one defeat in 18 matches and a plus-30 goal differential. They’ve got to finish first

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  • World Cup 2018: Group D Analysis

    World Cup 2018: Group D Analysis0

    Teams: Argentina, Iceland, Croatia, Nigeria For those hunting for a “group of death”, this one could be it. Argentina might seem to be the favorite to top the group, the task might seem easy on paper. but with usual rivals like Nigeria, The Super Eagles will be taking on Argentina for the fifth time in six World

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