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Which opponent will be Ohio State’s toughest in 2018?

For the past six years, the Ohio State Buckeyes have been dominant on the gridiron with Urban Meyer as the head coach. During that time, Meyer’s Buckeyes have gone 73-8 overall with a 4-2 bowl record, including the inaugural College Football Playoff Championship in 2014 when Ohio State beat Alabama in a semi-final matchup at the Sugar Bowl, then Oregon in the CFP National Championship Game. Meyer has also led Ohio State to a first-place divisional finish in each of those six seasons, playing in the Big Ten Conference Championship game three times, winning their last two appearances.

However, it has seemed that the Buckeyes find and hit a speed bump or two along their way through the regular season. In 2017, Ohio State lost a great matchup to Oklahoma in week two at home, which can be argued whether that was unexpected or not, but a speed bump nonetheless. The bigger surprise was the 55-24 loss suffered to Iowa on the road in week nine. That was a setback for the Buckeyes and for their quest to make it to the College Football Playoff in 2017. So it’s not a matter of if Ohio State’s 2018 schedule will have a tough week for the Buckeyes, it’s a matter of which week will be the toughest for Meyer’s team to overcome.

With that said, which opponent will give Ohio State the toughest matchup of the season? Let us know your thoughts below.

  • Which opponent will be the toughest for Ohio State in 2018?

    • Week 1 vs Oregon State
    • Week 2 vs Rutgers
    • Week 3 vs TCU
    • Week 4 vs Tulane
    • Week 5 at Penn State
    • Week 6 vs Indiana
    • Week 7 vs Minnesota
    • Week 8 at Purdue
    • Week 9 vs Nebraska
    • Week 10 at Michigan State
    • Week 11 at Maryland
    • Week 12 vs Michigan

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