2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
13-1, 1st in Big Ten - East
Burrow, Jeudy highlight All-Bowl team (1:28)
3d
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5d

Buckeyes' Day still feeling sting of semifinal loss

Buckeyes coach Ryan Day said he just can't let go of the team's loss to Clemson in the CFP semifinals. "We're not going to just flush this," he said. "This is going to be here for a long time."

College football's sights and sounds of the season (5:04)
5d
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6d

LSU finishes No. 1 in AP Top 25 for third time

LSU finished No. 1 in the AP Top 25 for the third time in school history, with Clemson No. 2 and Ohio State No. 3. Georgia was fourth and Oregon was fifth. Florida was sixth and Oklahoma, which made the playoff, was seventh. Alabama finished eighth.

College football's Way-Too-Early Top 25 (1:49)
7d
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16dESPN

Cornerback Wade announces return to Buckeyes

Ohio State cornerback Shaun Wade is returning to the Buckeyes for the 2020 season, writing simply in an Instagram photo Saturday "I'm back."

17d

CFB Pod: Negandhi and Ryan Leaf discuss Baker Mayfield, Clemson, Joe Burrow and Oregon

Kevin Negandhi and ESPN college football analyst Ryan Leaf kick off the podcast talking about how Ryan snuck into last year's Rose Bowl with Kirk Herbstreit, his thoughts on Baker Mayfield, how he was impressed by Clemson responding to Ohio State's early dominance (7:17), seeing a little Tom Brady in Joe Burrow (13:40), why Clemson has been his No. 1 team all year, Oregon's big Rose Bowl win (21:10) and Ryan's journey to ESPN.

Ed Reed loves the TD catch from Fleming (0:37)
18d
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21dKyle Bonagura

OSU single-season top rusher Dobbins going pro

J.K. Dobbins announced Monday that he's entering the NFL draft. Dobbins leaves Ohio State after setting the school record for rushing yards in a season with 2,003.

21d

CFB Pod: Recapping the CFP semifinals and previewing the national championship

Ivan Maisel, Andrea Adelson and David Hale kick off the podcast by looking back at the College Football Playoff semifinals, talking about LSU's ability to demoralize the other team, Oklahoma's defense having no answers for the Tigers, why Ohio State lost the game before the targeting call and how Clemson doesn't get rattled. Then the gang looks ahead to the national championship (12:30), getting into how Clemson's defensive line is not at dominant as last season, the necessity of pressuring Joe Burrow, LSU's renewed defensive dynamic and Trevor Lawrence showcasing his next-level running ability. Finally, Ivan, Andrea and David express concern over the increasing gap between the haves and have-nots in college football (27:58).

Team Stats

Passing Yards263.136th
Rushing Yards266.85th
Points For46.944th
Points Against12.5