Ohio State cites breakdowns but season is far from busted.
Michigan moves up to No. 2.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Ohio State is down to No. 6 in the Associated Press top 25 poll for its 24-21 loss to previously unranked Penn State on Saturday, while Michigan takes the Buckeyes' place at No. 2 for its most recent win. The Wolverines (7-0)
Nittany Lions block 2 kicks, score 17 points in fourth quarter to win, 24-21.
Rockets limit CMU's Rush in 31-17 win.
Against Central Michigan on Saturday, the depth of the University of Toledo offensive line was put to the test. An offensive line that came into the year with four returning starters was down to just one (Storm Norton) for most of the Rockets’ 31-
Rockets move to 6-1, 3-0 in MAC with 31-17 victory over Central Michigan.
BOWLING GREEN — In a season filled with gut punches, Saturday’s was the shot to the solar plexus for the Bowling Green State University football team. The Falcons’ 40-26 loss to Miami at Doyt Perry Stadium means the program fell to 1-7,
Wolverines quickly take control in victory.
Fifth-year senior and former soccer player will be Ohio State’s kicker for this season only.