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WATCH: Ohio State players react after beating Michigan

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Ohio State postgame reaction after knocking off Michigan.

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WATCH: Ohio State players react after beating Michigan

COLUMBUS — Ohio State players met with the media following the Buckeyes 62-39 beatdown of Michigan. Video of Dwayne Haskins, Malik Harrison, Chris Olave, Isaiah Prince, Dre’Mont Jones, Johnnie Dixon and Parris Campbell can be found here:




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Man, these reporters aask really dumb and disheartning questions. Always making it seem lile these guys had a bad season, or bringing up the doubts. Where are the players celebrating?? Hear what they ask Isiah, how about his struggles in the past, not anything about the game they just played. Man did anyone see how well they blocked? How they erased Rashin Gary, Winovich ?? Prince was a beast. Hear Prince, he has to keep answering about all the media criticizm. These giys constantly put the players on the defensive. I would not even want to talk to them if… Read more »


I was unfair to the headline, it was watch the players react, not celebrate. I guess i wanted to see them celebrate honestly, and not have to react to all the loaded questions vieled in criticisms and making it sound as this team had to answer to someone. Man the media is bad. They totally do miss the point, the human aspect. No wonder players and coaches have to be so guarded and get sick of all this. Nothing is good enough for people. They are 11-1 man does anyone see this?? Is everything just about getting to this holy… Read more »


Nick is the producer at Lettermen Row. Born in Dayton, Nick recently graduated from Ohio State where he worked for The Lantern and the College of Veterinary Medicine. He also knows the city of Columbus and its love of sports well after interning with Columbus Crew SC and WBNS-10TV during his undergraduate education.

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