Across the field: Halfway home

October, 7, 2012
Somehow, the Buckeyes are halfway home to 12-0, and more people than ever think it's possible. Welcome to Across The Field, a regular feature on BuckeyeNation where we point you to noteworthy Buckeyes coverage here and elsewhere. Think something should be included? Send it to


Ohio State 63, Nebraska 38

  • The Buckeyes didn't have a first down the entire first quarter, then the offense flipped a switch, writes Austin Ward.
  • Bradley Roby said this week he was hungry for an interception. He satisfied that in a big way on Saturday night, writes Brad Bournival.
  • The Buckeyes are clearly the best team in the Big Ten right now, writes Adam Rittenberg.
  • Gregg Doyel of wonders if the Buckeyes could become a bittersweet unbeaten team. (CBS)
  • Carlos Hyde had a career-high in yards to go with those four TDs. (Plain Dealer)
  • There was no miracle for Taylor Martinez this year. (Plain Dealer)
  • It's too bad Ohio State can't play Nebraska every year, because playing the Huskers is like a football holiday, writes Bob Hunter (Dispatch)
  • Nebraska didn't like that roller-coaster ride too much. (Lincoln Journal Star)

BuckeyeNation Week in Review



  • Athlon has the Buckeyes ranked No. 8 in the preseason. (OSU)

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