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Bleacher Report Ohio vs Kent State Football Playoff Odds and History is a resource that provides information on the Ohio against Kent State football playoff odds and history. Bleacher ReportOhio and Bleacher ReportKent State are both platforms online with predictions of approaching college football games.

Ohio vs Kent State football Playoff Odds and the History.

1. Ohio is expected to win the college football playoff match against Kent State.2. The teams have played three times which resulted in Ohio winning the first two meetings.3. In 2015, Ohio beat Ohio 38-10.

Ohio Vs Kent State Football Playoff History.

At least three times in the past, it has been the case that the Ohio State Buckeyes has faced up against the Kent State Golden Flashes in an NFL playoff game. The Buckeyes with their current the head coach Urban Meyer, have won each of the past three games played against Kent State’s Golden Flashes. When they last played in the November of 2016, the Buckeyes won 26-20, with quarterback J.T. Barrett throwing 4 touchdown passes. Ezekiel Elliott, the running back, ran for 2 touchdowns and 146 yards. It was the first victory over Kent State since 1978. It’s been difficult to predict the winner of each team in recent seasons. Bleacher Reports cannot make predictions about this matchup. Both Buckeyes (and the Wildcats) have scored stunning winning streaks. This makes it likely to see them clash during the playoff game between Ohio State and Kentucky. game. As always, it’s important to remember that these odds are just estimates rather than actual numbers. Be sure to conduct your research before making any decisions!The Ohio State Buckeyes vs Kent State Wildcats Football Playoff History.The Ohio State Buckeyes as well as the Kent State Wildcats have met during the NCAA football Playoffs nine times, with the Buckeyes having a 3-1 advantage in the series. The Buckeyes are a perennial strength, and have won six out of seven matches against Kent State. The teams have faced off twice in College Football Playoff games, each of which went to overtime. In the 2015 Rose Bowl Game, Ohio State defeated Stanford 44-35 to advance to the National Championship game against Alabama.Injury issues weighed heavily on the offensive line of Ohio State as they were forced to play without center Cody Kessler (knee) and left tackle Taylor Decker (hamstring). Kessler returned to play and was the main player in the Buckeyes’ victory against Clemson in the national semifinals game 14-13. Kessler was injured on January 1, 2017. He sustained an injury to his ankle at the beginning of January and was off for the duration of six months. The Ohio State defensive lineman Michael Bennett replaced Kessler at the center. He led Ohio State to their second College Football Playoff Championship Game in the span of three seasons. The first match took place in 1937, when the Buckeyes beat the Wildcats with a 44-10 victory in Columbus. The Buckeyes were able to win six more games at Kent State, including a win by 42-14 during their following matchup in 1938. The Ohio State Buckeyes would also win against the Wildcats 38-7 in the year 1945 46-0 in 1946 as well as 49-3 in 1949. The 10th of December, 1949, the last game in the 1951 season was played when Ohio State and Kent State match. The Wildcats won that match with scores from the ball and defense but could not beat a 14 point deficit. Ohio State would go on and win the game 41-19 after an important touchdown by Kenmore Wright.The Ohio State Buckeyes as well as the Kent State Wildcats have never had a match in a football playoff game, but they do share some history. In 1948 Ohio State won the game 28-6. Buckeyes beat Ohio 28-6. In the year 1960, Ohio defeated the Buckeyes 31-7. In 1964 it was the same story. The Buckeyes again defeated the Wildcats 44-3. This set the stage for the most recent game in the year 1978. The Buckeyes suffered a disappointing season and ended with a score of 4-8. Yet, they did manage to defeat the number 5 Michigan State in the Rose Bowl with a score of 59-9. The Buckeyes wouldn’t reach the Cotton Bowl Classic again until 1990 when they lost 34-27 to Syracuse. Kent State won three consecutive matches between 1992-1994 before they were forced into the playoffs after a loss of 1-5. In 1998, they won by 41-17 over the second-ranked Florida State. This helped Kent State to make it to the fifth consecutive bowl game.


The Ohio State Buckeyes and Kent State Wildcats betting odds for football playoffs are according to:

Ohio State Buckeyes – 13.5 point over spread

Kent State Wildcats: 10 points over Spread


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