President’s Club
  • Aug 5, 2021
    There are some lopsided series in conference play across the nation and the one between Ohio State and Northwestern is one of those with the Buckeyes holding a 64-14-1 edge, having won every game since 2004 and having to go back to 1971 for the next most recent loss in the series, more than 50 years for those counting at home.

    Now, Ohio State and Northwestern don’t play yearly and in fact, two of the last three meetings were in the Big Ten Championship game, but these games generally are not close.

    Eight of the last 10 games were decided by more than a touchdown while five of those games were decided by 30 points or more.If you believe in trends, this should be a good season for Northwestern as the Cats have won the Big Ten West in both 2018 and 2020 and then had subpar seasons in 2019 and 2021. It is an even year, could the Cats shock again? Let’s hit the Speed Option.


    All-time Series Record: Ohio State leads 64-14-1

    Last Meeting: 2021...

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