Bleacher Report Ohio State vs Kent State Football Playoff History offers current and historical information about the Ohio State vs Kent State football playoff outcomes. Bleacher ReportOhio and Bleacher ReportKent State are both platforms online with predictions of coming college football matches.
Ohio and Kent State Football Playoff Odds and Historical.
1. Ohio has the odds of winning against Kent State during the playoffs for college football. The teams have played three times, with Ohio winning 2 of the three. The most recent meeting between both teams took place in 2015, in which Ohio defeated the other team 38-10.
Histories of the Ohio-Kent State Football Playoff.
The Ohio State Buckeyes and the Kent State Golden Flashes have met in a football playoff game several times. Urban Meyer is the current Buckeyes head coach and they’ve played to victory in all three of their matches against Golden Flashes. The Buckeyes were victorious 26-20 over the Golden Flashes in their meeting in November. Barrett throwing 4 touchdown passes and Ezekiel Elliott, running back, recorded the 146-yards with 2 touchdowns. This was the first win against Kent State since 1978. It has proven difficult to forecast which team will win in recent seasons. This is why Bleacher Reports does not offer predictions on this matchup.The Ohio State Buckeyes vs Kent State Wildcats Football Playoff Odds.With the Buckeyes and Wildcats both coming off impressive victories, there’s an excellent chance that both teams will meet in the Ohio State/Kentucky Football playoff game. The odds are not facts. Be sure to conduct your homework before you make any big decision. The Buckeyes remain a powerhouse, and have won six of their seven games against Kent State. Both teams met in College Football Playoff matches, which both ended in overtime. In the 2015 Rose Bowl Game, Ohio State beat Stanford 44-35, advancing into the National Championship game against Alabama.Injury concerns weighed heavily on the Ohio State offensive line, as they were required to play in the absence of center Cody Kessler (knee) and left tackle Taylor Decker (hamstring). Then, Kessler made a return in action, and helped lead Ohio State Buckeyes to a come from after victory against Clemson 14-13 in the national semifinal game. As of the 1st January 2017, Kessler was ruled out until the end of the season with an ankle injury which will cause him to miss at least six months. Ohio State’s linebacker Michael Bennett replaced Kessler at the center. He led Ohio State to their second College Football Playoff Championship Game within three years. The first time they met was in 1937, when the Buckeyes beat the Wildcats with a 44-10 victory in Columbus. The Buckeyes were able to take six wins at Kent State, including a win of 42-14 in their subsequent match in 1938. In 1945, the Ohio State Buckeyes defeated Kent State 38-7. The team also won 46-0. 46-3 and 49-3, respectively in 1949. On December 10, 1949, the game that would be the final of the season 1951 witnessed Ohio State and Kent State take on Kent State. The Wildcats scored touchdowns both sides of the ball but were unable to over come back from a deficit of 14 points. Ohio State would go on and win the game 41-19 after a touchdown from 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 have an interesting history. They first played in 1948 and the Buckeyes defeated the Wildcats 28-6. The following time that the Buckeyes and Wildcats met in 1960 when the Wildcats defeated Ohio 31-7. The Buckeyes beat in the same match against Wildcats in 1964. It set the stage for the match in 1978. They had a mediocre season that ended with a 4-8 record. They were still able to knock off the number 5 Michigan State in the Rose Bowl by 59-9. The Buckeyes would never be able to make the Cotton Bowl Classic again until 1990 when they lost 34-27 in the match against Syracuse. Kent State won three consecutive matches between 1992-1994 before they had to make the playoffs with a record of 1-5. They would finally win a game against #2 Florida State 41-17 in 1998 in order to qualify for their fifth bowl game of consecutive games.
The Ohio State Buckeyes and Kent State Wildcats football playoff odds are the following: