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1

10-22-1892

Ohio St.

62

Akron (OH)

0

Columbus, OH

Ohio St. lists game played in Akron, OH

Akron (OH) lists game played in Columbus, OH

2

11-18-1893

Ohio St.

32

Cincinnati (OH)

0

Columbus, OH

Ohio St. lists game as a 38-0 Ohio St. win

Cincinnati (OH) lists game as a 32-0 Ohio St. win

3

11-13-1897

Ohio St.

0

Cincinnati (OH)

24

Cincinnati, OH

Ohio St. lists game as a 24-0 Cincinnati (OH) win

Cincinnati (OH) lists game as a 34-0 Cincinnati (OH) win

4

10-14-1905

Ohio St.

0

Denison (OH)

0

Columbus, OH

Note from Gary Kusch: The Denison game was forfeited to Ohio St. This is confirmed in the OSU yearbook and in a long article in the Newark Advocate of 10/16. The two teams could not agree on the length of the halves. OSU wanted 35 minute halves while Denison would accept any number below 35 but not 35 itself. The rules stated two 35 minutes halves unless there was mutual agreement for a shorter duration. The referee blew the whistle to start the game, waited two minutes, and then forfeited the game to Ohio St. The article says he did not announce the final score. My source and the yearbook list the 6-0 score, but I have seen other sources list the 2-0 score. None of these sources I have seen denoted this game as a forfeited result. Interestingly, there was a parallel controversy going on between the two schools as Ohio St charged professionalism for a number of players on the Denison team. Evidently, all these charges where successfully refuted by Denison by game time.

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