Ohio State Vs. Texas: Why Fans Should Want to See This More Often

Posted by Kyle Strittholt on August-5-2009 Add Comments

On September 10, 2005 the Ohio State Buckeyes and Texas Longhorns had never played against each other in each of the teams long and successful histories.

Texas was ranked second in the nation with a strong Heisman Trophy candidate in Vince Young.

Ohio State was ranked fourth and was a strong defensive powerhouse of a team with some uncertainty of who was going to play quarterback for them.

It was supposed to be one of the biggest games of the year, and it certainly was. It came down to a couple of late turnovers by Ohio State for the Longhorns to come from behind and for Vince Young to prove he had what it takes to win big games.

The final score was 25-22 in favor of Texas, but it wasn't a "gimme" game ...

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