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OSU 1973 Outlasts Orphans 26-23 to Remain in the Hunt

Despite being out-gained in total offense 473 yards to 300, Woody Hayes’ 1973 Buckeyes edged Francis Schmidt’s Orphans with a combination of timely defensive stops and big plays. 

For OSU 1973, Neal Colzie returned a punt 96 yards for a touchdown, and tight end Fred Pagac scored on a 63 yard pass from Cornie Greene.  In addition, Archie Griffin scampered 72 yards to set up another score.  On defense, OSU 1973 collected six more sacks (they also had six against OSU 2013).  Two of the sacks were by Pete Cusick, who has five in two games. 

For the Orphans, quarterback Jim Karsatos had another fine game, passing for 331 yards (183 of which went to Joey Galloway).  The Orphans also controlled the clock by a 12-minute margin and amazingly ran 37 more plays than OSU 1973.  But even Francis Schmidt would admit that its the final score that counts.

Both the 1973 Buckeyes and Orphans are now 1-1 in the playoff round.  If Urban Meyer’s 2013 Buckeyes defeat Jim Tressel’s 2010 Buckeyes, they will improve to 2-0, control their own destiny, and eliminate OSU 2010 with one game left to play.  Otherwise, all four teams will be knotted at 1-1.
 
                     1    2    3    4     F
OSU Orphans
         10   10    3    0    23
Ohio State 1973      6    0   13    7    26

Qtr  Team      Scoring Play
1    OSU 1973  N.Colzie 96 yard punt return (kick failed)
1    Orphans   M.Frantz 26 yard field goal
1    Orphans   J.Galloway 51 yard pass from J.Karsatos (M.Frantz kick)
2    Orphans   S.Graham 3 yard run (M.Frantz kick)
2    Orphans   M.Frantz 47 yard field goal
3    OSU 1973  F.Pagac 63 yard pass from C.Greene (B.Conway kick)
3    Orphans   M.Frantz 46 yard field goal
3    OSU 1973  C.Greene 1 yard run (kick failed)
4    OSU 1973  C.Greene 7 yard run (B.Conway kick)

PASSING                   ATT  CMP   YDS   PCT  TD INT
OSU Orphans
Jim Karsatos               38   23   331  60.5   1   0
Ohio State 1973
Cornie Greene               3    2    74  66.7   1   1

RUSHING                   ATT  YDS   AVG  LNG  TD
OSU Orphans
Jim Karsatos               13    6   0.5    7   0
Tim Spencer                12   69   5.8   17   0
Ollie Cline                 6   16   2.7   15   0
Scottie Graham              5   20   4.0   13   1
Jeff Logan                  5   24   4.8   13   0
Joe Whisler                 1    7   7.0    7   0
   TOTAL                   42  142   3.4   17   1
Ohio State 1973
Archie Griffin             20  150   7.5   72   0
Cornie Greene              13   55   4.2   11   2
Bruce Elia                  5    7   1.4    6   0
Brian Baschnagel            2   14   7.0   19   0
   TOTAL                   40  226   5.7   72   2     

RECEIVING                 REC  YDS   AVG  LNG  TD
OSU Orphans
Joey Galloway               8  183  22.9   51   1
Billy Anders                4   45  11.3   16   0
Santonio Holmes             4   42  10.5   13   0
John Frank                  3   27   9.0   12   0
Jeff Graham                 2   18   9.0   12   0
Tim Spencer                 1   11  11.0   11   0
Ollie Cline                 1    5   5.0    5   0
   TOTAL                   23  331  14.4   51   1
Ohio State 1973
David Hazel                 1   11  11.0   11   0
Fred Pagac                  1   63  63.0   63   1
   TOTAL                    2   74  37.0   63   1



-- Edited by boomer on Monday 7th of September 2015 02:25:51 PM

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OSU 2010 Tops OSU 2013 30-13
Playoffs All Even With One Game Remaining

OSU 2010’s Terrelle Pryor ripped through the 2013 Buckeyes’ lackluster pass defense to even the playoffs at one win and one loss for each team.  Pryor hit on 72.4% of his passes for 277 yards, connecting with nine different receivers along the way.  Though Pryor only managed to gain 20 yards on the ground, tailback Dan Herron picked up the slack with 108 yards on 16 carries (6.8 YPA) and two TDs.

OSU 2010’s defense kept the OSU 2013 offense at bay, especially quarterback Braxton Miller.  Miller hit on only 48.3% of his passes and rushed for only 40 yards.

With all teams even at 1-1, a win is essential and (absent a remote, yet possible, tie) the head-to-head tiebreaker will come into play.  This means that the winner of each game must, in addition to winning, hope that the other winner is the team they defeated in the playoffs.

Here are the final two games of the playoff round:

1973 Buckeyes at 2010 Buckeyes
2013 Buckeyes at Orphans
 
                     1    2    3    4     F
Ohio State 2013     
7    3    3    0    13
Ohio State 2010      
3    7   14    6    30

Qtr  Team      Scoring Play
1    OSU 2010  D.Barclay 46 yard field goal
1    OSU 2013  C.Hyde 2 yard run (D.Basil kick)
2    OSU 2010  D.Herron 29 yard run (D.Barclay kick)
2    OSU 2013  D.Basil 21 yard field goal
3    OSU 2010  D.Herron 34 yard run (D.Barclay kick)
3    OSU 2010  R.Fragel 7 yard pass from T.Pryor (D.Barclay kick)
3    OSU 2013  D.Basil 23 yard field goal
4    OSU 2010  D.Barclay 42 yard field goal
4    OSU 2010  D.Barclay 19 yard field goal

PASSING                   ATT  CMP   YDS   PCT  TD INT
Ohio State 2013
Braxton Miller             29   14   197  48.3   0   1
Ohio State 2010
Terrelle Pryor             29   21   277  72.4   1   1

RUSHING                   ATT  YDS   AVG  LNG  TD
Ohio State 2013
Carlos Hyde                15   83   5.5   19   1
Braxton Miller             10   40   4.0   15   0
Jordan Hall                 9   44   4.9   17   0
Ezekiel Elliott             2    1   0.5    3   0
Dontre Wilson               2   17   8.5   20   0
   TOTAL                   38  185   4.9   20   1
Ohio State 2010
Dan Herron                 16  108   6.8   34   2
Terrelle Pryor              9   20   2.2   20   0
Brandon Saine               4   34   8.5   19   0
Jaamal Berry                1    1   1.0    1   0
Jordan Hall                 1    0   0.0    0   0
   TOTAL                   31  163   5.3   34   2     

RECEIVING                 REC  YDS   AVG  LNG  TD
Ohio State 2013
Corey Brown                 6   63  10.5   15   0
Dontre Wilson               3   34  11.3   15   0
Devin Smith                 2   62  31.0   33   0
Jeff Heuerman               2   26  13.0   16   0
Evan Spencer                1   12  12.0   12   0
   TOTAL                   14  197  14.1   33   0
Ohio State 2010
DeVier Posey                4   67  16.8   40   0
Dane Sanzenbacher           4   54  13.5   14   0
Jake Stoneburner            3   61  20.3   50   0
Brandon Saine               3   37  12.3   14   0
Corey Brown                 2   28  14.0   14   0
Dan Herron                  2   10   5.0    6   0
Grant Schwartz              1    6   6.0    6   0
Taurian Washington          1    7   7.0    7   0
Reid Fragel                 1    7   7.0    7   1
   TOTAL                   21  277  13.2   50   1



-- Edited by boomer on Tuesday 8th of September 2015 01:40:44 PM

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OSU 1973 Eliminates OSU 2010 With 27-17 Win
Will Advance if Orphans Defeat OSU 2013 in Final Playoff Match-Up

Nobody circles the wagons like Woody Hayes.  After losing their first playoff game to Urban Meyer’s 2013 Buckeyes, Woody’s 1973 squad bounced back with wins against Francis Schmidt’s Orphans and Jim Tressel 2010 Buckeyes, who were predicted to win it all this year. 

Now it all comes down to the Orphans against OSU 2013.  Because the 1973 Buckeyes hold the playoff tiebreaker against the Orphans, OSU 1973 will advance if the Orphans defeat OSU 2013 or there is a tie.  But OSU 2013, which defeated the 1973 Buckeyes in the first playoff game, will advance if they win.

The 1973 Buckeyes have been a thorn in the side of the 2010 Buckeyes for the past two years.  Recently, OSU 1973 ruined OSU 2010’s bid for an undefeated season with a 21-7 win.  In last year’s playoffs, OSU 1973 defeated Tressel’s Buckeyes 33-9 to win a trip to the conference championship.  OSU 2010 has managed to defeat OSU 1973 only once in two years, and that win was by a mere point, 23-22.

As in their meeting several weeks ago when Archie Griffin rushed for 185 yards, Griffin again dominated the line of scrimmage with 205 yards on 27 carries.  Quarterback Cornie Greene passed only seven times, but he completed his first five in a row for 78 yards, including a 23-yard scoring strike to tight end Fred Pagac with less than a minute to go in the first half.  All totaled, OSU 1973 rushed for 357 yards to 62 for OSU 2010.

For the 2010 Buckeyes, MVP runner-up Terrelle Pryor completed only 51.4% of his passes and rushed for only 29 yards.
 
                     1    2    3    4     F
Ohio State 1973     
7   10    0   10    27
Ohio State 2010     
0    3    7    7    17

Qtr  Team       Scoring Play
1    OSU 1973   C.Greene 3 yard run (B.Conway kick)
2    OSU 2010   D.Barclay 47 yard field goal
2    OSU 1973   B.Conway 29 yard field goal
2    OSU 1973   F.Pagac 23 yard pass from C.Greene (B.Conway kick)
3    OSU 2010   D.Posey 7 yard pass from T.Pryor (D.Barclay kick)
4    OSU 1973   B.Elia 14 yard run (B.Conway kick)
4    OSU 1973   B.Conway 27 yard field goal
4    OSU 2010   R.Fragel 2 yard pass from T.Pryor (D.Barclay kick)

PASSING                   ATT  CMP   YDS   PCT  TD INT
Ohio State 1973
Cornie Greene               7    5    78  71.4   1   0
Ohio State 2010
Terrelle Pryor             37   19   199  51.4   2   1

RUSHING                   ATT  YDS   AVG  LNG  TD
Ohio State 1973
Archie Griffin             27  205   7.6   57   0
Cornie Greene              17   38   2.2   16   1
Bruce Elia                 11   50   4.5   14   1
Elmer Lippert               3   10   3.3    7   0
Woodrow Roach               2   17   8.5   12   0
Pete Johnson                2   10   5.0    6   0
Morris Bradshaw             1   12  12.0   12   0
Brian Baschnagel            1   15  15.0   15   0
   TOTAL                   64  357   5.6   57   2
Ohio State 2010
Dan Herron                 10   32   3.2   17   0
Terrelle Pryor              8   29   3.6   11   0
Brandon Saine               2    1   0.5    2   0
   TOTAL                   20   62   3.1   17   0     

RECEIVING                 REC  YDS   AVG  LNG  TD
Ohio State 1973
Fred Pagac                  2   33  16.5   23   1
Ted Powell                  1   16  16.0   16   0
Pete Johnson                1    8   8.0    8   0
David Hazel                 1   21  21.0   21   0
   TOTAL                    5   78  15.6   23   0
Ohio State 2010
DeVier Posey                6   63  10.5   16   1
Dane Sanzenbacher           3   26   8.7   12   0
Dan Herron                  3   45  15.0   28   0
Jake Stoneburner            3   25   8.3   12   0
Corey Brown                 2   34  17.0   17   0
Brandon Saine               1    4   4.0    4   0
Reid Fragel                 1    2   2.0    2   1
   TOTAL                   19  199  10.5   28   2



-- Edited by boomer on Friday 11th of September 2015 05:00:01 PM

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OSU 2013 Defeats Orphans 28-27 in Overtime
Confusion Over Overtime Rules Prompt Protests From Schmidt, Hayes

 

In a wild and woolly final playoff game, Urban Meyer’s 2013 Buckeyes defeated Francis Schmidt’s Orphans by a score of 28-27 in overtime . . . or what the officials said was overtime.  With the Orphans trailing 20-12 with 30 seconds remaining in the fourth, Jim Karsatos hit tight end John Frank on a seven-yard touchdown pass.  Another pass to Frank for the two-point conversion tied the game at 20-20.  The final playoff game to decide which Ohio State team would play in the championship game headed into overtime.

The commentators for the game thought overtime would be “one quarter”, meaning 15 minutes without sudden death.  But the 2013 Buckeyes won the toss and, in accordance with modern overtime rules, the ball was placed at the OSU 2013 25 yard-line after Urban Meyer deferred.  The Orphans scored a touchdown and added an extra point to make it 27-20 Orphans.  OSU 2013 similarly responded to pull within one point, and kicked the extra point to knot the game at 27-27. 

But then the officials declared the game over, apparently concluding that the two possessions constituted “one quarter of overtime”. 

Meyer was hysterical, throwing his headset almost to mid-field.  Meyer asserted that had he known the game would have ended at that point (rather than proceeded to a second overtime round) he would have gone for two, since a tie meant that the 1973 Buckeyes (not Meyer’s team) would be heading for the championship game.  Over strenuous (to say the least) objections from Schmidt, OSU 2013 was allowed to retake the field and attempt the two-point conversion.  With the fans crowding the sidelines and the back of the endzone, Braxton Miller hit Evan Spencer in the endzone to seemingly give OSU 2013 its victory and a trip to the Bowden Bowl. 

Now it was Schmidt’s turn to be inconsolable.  Woody Hayes, in attendance for the game, was similarly apoplectic and eventually made his way onto the field to join Schmidt in his verbal assaults on the officiating crew.  Should there have been just one overtime round? Was an entire 15 minutes of overtime required?  Was there supposed to be unlimited overtime in accordance with modern college overtime rules?  There seemed to be no clear answer. 

Fearing for their lives, the officials fled from view as fans of both teams (and a goodly amount of OSU 1973 supporters) tore up the field and pulled down the goalposts.  Several fights broke out, and the few policemen on the scene tried to keep order among the mayhem.

Twenty minutes later, presumably after conferring with the head of officiating and possibly the conference commissioner, the officials made it official:  OSU 2013 had won 28-27, making them the OSU champs slated to take on the 2001 Miami Hurricanes in the Bowden Bowl championship game.  Both Francis Schmidt, who stands to lose a Consolation Bowl bid, and Woody Hayes, who would lose his bid for a third straight championship game appearance, are protesting the result. 

Not since Ohio State’s last-second loss to Michigan State in 1974 or the Big 10’s decision to send Ohio State to the Rose Bowl after their 10-10 tie against Michigan in 1973 has there been so much controversy surrounding an Ohio State game.

This one might not be over yet, folks.  Stay tuned.



-- Edited by boomer on Thursday 17th of September 2015 01:16:12 PM

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The culprit here is the way the rules are described in the college football League Manager. The choices are "unlimited overtime" and "one quarter of overtime". This makes sense for pro football, but SOM apparently didn't bother to change the two choices when the college computer game was developed. I now know that for college football, "unlimited overtime" means modern college football overtime, which of course is fine, but "one quarter of overtime" means one overtime possession for each team in overtime (even though there isn't and never has been such an overtime set-up in college or even pro football). I have to admit that I'm a bit intrigued by the concept. I hate ridiculously high-scoring college football overtime games, and perhaps I'll consider it for future use. But since my original intent was that there should be 15 minutes of overtime (no sudden death), that's what I'll try to accomplish. So the Orphans will play OSU 2103 for one quarter, with the score starting at 20-20 at the end of regulation.  Each team will have three time outs.  OSU 2013 must win to go to the championship game.  A tie or win by the Orphans means OSU 1973 goes to their third straight championship game.



-- Edited by boomer on Saturday 26th of September 2015 09:33:27 PM

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Orphans Prevail in Delayed Overtime, 27-26

In many ways, the replayed overtime mirrored the original overtime.  The Orphans scored first and kicked the extra point, then OSU 2013 came back (after a fumble recovery) to pull within one.  However, the try for two was unsuccessful this time, and with less than two minutes remaining it appeared as though the Orphans would run out the clock after OSU 2103’s failed onside kick.  But Ollie Cline fumbled the ball away, and Urban Meyer and his 2013 Buckeyes had one final shot at victory.  Braxton Miller managed to move the ball down to the Orphans’ 30 yard-line with :01 left.  Drew Basil’s 47-yard field goal attempt would decide it all.  Wide left! 

For the third year in a row, Woody Hayes and his 1973 Buckeyes head for the championship game.  He lost the last two, so we can only hope the third time is the charm.  The Orphans will play in the Consolation Bowl (2nd place), and the 2010 Buckeyes will play in the Brutus Bowl (3rd place).  Two points was all that separated the 2013 Buckeyes from the championship game and the fourth place bowl game, the Horseshoe Bowl.

Maybe next time, Urban.  After all, you’ll have the national champion 2014 Buckeyes to work with in the next go-round.

                     1    2    3    4    OT     F
Ohio State 2013      0   14    3    3     6    26     
OSU Orphans          6    0    6    8     7    27     

Qtr  Team       Scoring Play
1    Orphans    O.Cline 10 yd. run (kick blocked)
2    OSU 2013   B.Miller 20 yd. run (D.Basil kick)
2    OSU 2013   D.Smith 6 yd. pass from B.Miller (D.Basil kick)
3    Orphans    S.Graham 9 yd. run (pass failed)
3    OSU 2013   D.Basil 41 yd. field goal
4    OSU 2013   D.Basil 26 yd. field goal
4    Orphans    J.Frank 7 yd. pass from J.Karsatos (J.Karsatos pass to J.Frank)
OT   Orphans    J.Frank 11 yd. pass from J.Karsatos (M.Frantz kick)
OT   OSU 2013   C.Brown 5 yd. pass from B.Miller (pass failed)



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FINAL RANKINGS FOR ALL OHIO STATE TEAMS

                        Round One    Round Two    Playoffs        Overall        Bowl Invitation
                        W   L   T    W   L   T    W   L   T       W   L   T
 1  Ohio State 1973     3   2   0    7   5   0    2   1   0      12   8   0      Bowden Bowl (Championship) - vs Miami 2001 (9-3-0)
 2  OSU Orphans         4   1   0    8   4   0    2   1   0      14   6   0      Consolation Bowl - vs USC 2004 (8-3-1)
 3  Ohio State 2010     3   2   0   10   1   1    1   2   0      14   5   1      Brutus Bowl - vs Texas 2005 (7-5-0)   
 4  Ohio State 2013     4   2   1    7   5   0    1   2   0      12   9   1      Horseshoe Bowl - vs Oklahoma 2000 (4-7-1)
 5  Ohio State 2006     5   0   0    6   5   1    -   -   -      11   5   1
 6  Ohio State 1998     2   2   1    6   6   0    -   -   -       8   8   1
 7  Ohio State 1942     3   2   0    5   7   0    -   -   -       8   9   0
 8  Ohio State 1979     4   1   0    4   7   1    -   -   -       8   8   1
 9  Ohio State 1968     3   2   0    2   9   1    -   -   -       5  11   1
10  Ohio State 1957     3   2   0    1   9   2    -   -   -       4  11   2
11  Ohio State 1984     3   3   1    -   -   -    -   -   -       3   3   1
12  Ohio State 1961     3   4   0    -   -   -    -   -   -       3   4   0
13  Ohio State 2002     3   3   0    -   -   -    -   -   -       3   3   0
14  Ohio State 1954     2   4   0    -   -   -    -   -   -       2   4   0
15  Ohio State 1992     1   5   0    -   -   -    -   -   -       1   5   0
16  Ohio State 1917     2   4   0    -   -   -    -   -   -       2   4   0
17  Ohio State 1995     1   4   1    -   -   -    -   -   -       1   4   1
18  Ohio State 2007     0   6   0    -   -   -    -   -   -       0   6   0



-- Edited by boomer on Tuesday 29th of September 2015 03:16:34 PM

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