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2002
Big Ten Standings






Team
W
L
W
L
Iowa
3
0
0
0
Wisconsin
3
1
0
0
Northwestern
2
0
0
0
Ohio State
2
0
0
0
Illinois
2
1
0
0
Minnesota
2
1
0
0
Michigan
2
1
0
0
Penn State
1
1
0
0
Purdue
1
1
0
0
Michigan St.
1
1
0
0
Indiana
0
2
0
0
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August 8th, 2001

Running game helps Bucks squeeze past San Diego
Yesterday afternoon, the Buckeyes took the field at Ohio Stadium, and hosted the San Diego State Aztecs. The Bucks were the favorite going into the game, and were expected to blow San Diego out, but the game was closer than anyone had expected. The Aztecs shot out of the gate early with a FG in the 1st. Ohio State's running game came alive in the 2nd, lighting up the Aztec D with 3 rushing touchdowns (26, 57 and a record breaking 90 yards) by Wells. In the same quarter, SDSU added another 7 to the board with a 12 yard pass from Sherrif to Hammett. The 3rd quarter saw no action in either endzone, and both teams added to their totals in the 4th with OSU's Bellisari running 15 yards for a score, and SDSU's Sherrif/Hammett connection added for the Aztecs. The final for this showdown was OSU 28 - SDSU 18. Ohio State heads to sunny California for their next game, to square off against the Bruins of UCLA.

Player of the game: #28 Wells (16 carries, 254 yards, 3 touchdowns)


Key Players
Ohio State
#28 Wells (16 carries, 254 yards, 3 touchdowns)
#8 Bellsari (77 yards passing, 31 rushing, 1 touchdown)
#10 Cooper (6 tackles, 1 for a loss)
#25 Nickey (4 tackles, 1 for a loss, 1 interception)

San Diego State #13 Sherrif (222 yards passing, 2 touchdowns, 2 interceptions)
#83 Hammett (7 receptions, 86 yards, 2 touchdowns)
#16 Tolver (6 receptions, 110 yards)
#47 Demps (11 tackles)





August 7th, 2001

Running game too much for Akron D
Last night at Ohio Stadium, the Akron Zips came into their game against the Bucks hoping to keep up with OSU early, and pull out a stunning win late in the game. That plan was foiled early on. Wells set the stage for a blow-out with two rushing touchdowns (one from 13 yards, and the other from 46) in the first quarter. Then in the second Wells crossed the goal line two more times (one from 1 yard out, and the other from 43) and Bellisari connected with Carter from 5 yards out for another. At half time the score was 35-0. The second half wasn't much different in outcome. Maldonado galloped for a touchdown in the third and forth. The final score of this game was 49-0. The bucks play host to the San Diego State Aztecs in their next game. GO BUCKS!

Player of the game:
#28 Wells (15 carries, 230 yards, 4 touchdowns)


Key Players:
Ohio State
#28 Wells (15 carries, 230 yards, 4 touchdowns)
#8 Bellisari (12/12 comp.%, 129 yards, 1 touchdown)
#5 Maldonado (14 carries, 113 yards, 2 touchdowns)
#81 Carter (7 receptions, 95 yards, 1 touchdown)
#10 Cooper (4 tackles, 2 for a loss)

Akron
#9 Sparks (197 yards passing, 1 touchdown)
#41 Schifino (6 receptions, 82 yards, 1 touchdown)
#23 Detwiler (10 tackles)
#4 Culberson (3 tackles, 1 sack)