Head coach: Urban Meyer (7th year)
Record: 13-1 (9-1 Big Ten)
Big Ten Champions
Rose Bowl Champions

Spring Game – April 14
Ohio Stadium – Columbus, OH
Gray 37, Scarlet 14

Running back Master Teague (No. 33) rushed for 73 yards and a touchdown in his Ohio State debut, but H-Back Demario McCall (No. 30) – who actually suited up for both teams – hauled in 11 catches for 165 yards and two scores as the Gray beat the Scarlet.

Spring Game 2018

Oregon State – Sept. 1
Ohio Stadium – Columbus, OH
#5 Buckeyes 77, Beavers 31

Though Ohio State was without head coach Urban Meyer, who was serving a three-game suspension for his handling of the domestic abuse allegations against former wide receivers coach Zach Smith, the Buckeyes cruised past Oregon State thanks to five touchdown passes from first-year starting quarterback Dwayne Haskins and a defensive touchdown from All-American defensive end Nick Bosa (No. 97).

Oregon State 2018

Rutgers – Sept. 8 
Ohio Stadium – Columbus, OH
#4 Buckeyes 52, Scarlet Knights 3

Haskins threw four touchdown passes – including a pair to wide receiver Johnnie Dixon (No. 1) – as Ohio State rolled over Rutgers in the conference opener for both teams. It marked the 900th win in program history for the Buckeyes.

Rutgers 2018

TCU – Sept. 15
AT&T Stadium – Arlington, TX
#4 Buckeyes 40, #15 Horned Frogs 28

Trailing in the third quarter, Ohio State scored three touchdowns in four minutes – including a pick-six by defensive tackle Dre’Mont Jones (No. 86) – to pull away from TCU. This marked the final game as acting head coach for offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Ryan Day.

TCU 2018

Tulane – Sept. 22
Ohio Stadium – Columbus, OH
#4 Buckeyes 49, Green Wave 6

Wide receiver Parris Campbell (No. 21) hauled in a career-high eight passes for 147 yards and a pair of scores as Ohio State routed Tulane in Meyer’s return to the sideline. The Buckeyes wore an “Extra Yard For Teachers” helmet decal to promote the College Football Playoff Foundation’s philanthropic platform.

Tulane 2018

at Penn State – Sept. 29
Beaver Stadium – University Park, PA
#4 Buckeyes 27, #9 Nittany Lions 26

Wide receiver Binjimen Victor (No. 9) made a spectacular catch, broke several tackles and weaved his way to the end zone for a 47-yard score to spark Ohio State’s rally from a 12-point fourth-quarter deficit during Penn State’s annual “White Out.”

Penn State 2018

Indiana – Oct. 6
Ohio Stadium – Columbus, OH
#3 Buckeyes 49, Hoosiers 26

Haskins (No. 7) tied a school record with six touchdown passes and became just the second quarterback in school history to throw for more than 400 yards in a game (Art Schlichter, 1981 vs Florida State) while leading Ohio State past pesky Indiana.

Indiana 2018

Minnesota – Oct. 13
Ohio Stadium – Columbus, OH
#2 Buckeyes 30, Golden Gophers 14

Haskins once again topped the 400-yard mark while wide receiver K.J. Hill (No. 14) caught a career-high nine passes for 187 yards and two touchdowns – one of which followed a ridiculous one-handed catch – as Ohio State held off a persistent Minnesota squad. The Buckeyes wore pink accessories and a pink ribbon helmet decal as part of its annual “Pink Out” game.

Minnesota 2018

at Purdue – Oct. 20
Ross-Ade Stadium – West Lafayette, IN
Boilermakers 49, #2 Buckeyes 20

Haskins broke single-game school records for yards (470), completions (49) and attempts (73), but Ohio State struggled to run the ball on offense, made too many mistakes on defense and was steamrolled by unranked Purdue.

Purdue 2018

Nebraska – Nov. 3
Ohio Stadium – Columbus, OH
#10 Buckeyes 36, Cornhuskers 31

Running back J.K. Dobbins (No. 2) rushed for a season-high 163 yards and two touchdowns as Ohio State – wearing all-black uniforms for just the second time – rallied in the third quarter and then hung on late to beat Nebraska.

Nebraska 2018

at Michigan State – Nov. 10
Spartan Stadium – East Lansing, MI
#10 Buckeyes 26, #18 Spartans 6

After he shanked a four-yard punt in the first quarter, punter Drue Chrisman (No. 91) proceeded to pin Michigan State inside its 6-yard line five times in the second half and Ohio State took advantage of excellent field position in an overall sloppy game. 

Michigan State 2018

at Maryland – Nov. 17
Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium – College Park, MD
#10 Buckeyes 52, Terrapins 51

Haskins – who attended high school in nearby Potomac – accounted for six touchdowns in his homecoming and Ohio State survived a two-point conversion attempt in overtime to escape upset-minded Maryland.

Maryland 2018

Michigan – Nov. 24
Ohio Stadium – Columbus, OH
#10 Buckeyes 62, #4 Wolverines 39

Freshman wide receiver Chris Olave (No. 17) hauled in two touchdown passes and blocked a punt that was returned for another score as Ohio State outclassed and overwhelmed Michigan for its seventh-consecutive win in the series.

Michigan 2018

Big Ten Championship vs Northwestern – Dec. 1
Lucas Oil Stadium – Indianapolis, IN
#6 Buckeyes 45, #21 Wildcats 24

Haskins threw for 499 yards and five touchdowns en route to being named the game’s most valuable player, as Ohio State knocked off Northwestern to win its 37th Big Ten title and punch a ticket to the Rose Bowl.

Northwestern 2018

Rose Bowl Game presented by Northwestern Mutual – Jan. 1, 2019
Rose Bowl Stadium – Pasadena, CA
#6 Ohio State 28, #9 Washington 23

Haskins – a Heisman Trophy finalist – became just the sixth player in college football history to throw 50 touchdown passes or more in a single season as Ohio State dispatched Washington in Meyer’s final game at the helm. The Buckeyes notably replaced their B1G helmet bumper with a three-dimensional Rose Bowl logo.

Washington 2019
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