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Ohio State Buckeyes  2022 Schedule and News 

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The start of the 2022 Ohio State football season, and one of the most eagerly anticipated Ohio Stadium home game schedules ever, is only eight days away. No. 2 Ohio State hosts No. 5 Notre Dame at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 3, in one of the marquee games of the 2022 season. ABC will televise to a national audience.

Unlike last year, when new technologies such as mobile ticketing and parking, metal detectors and self-scanning tickets were introduced, there aren’t many changes to game day procedures for 2022. There are certainly tips and protocols to be aware of when in and around the stadium, though. Some of the most important news and notes for fans to know this year include to arrive early. 

Dayton Flyers

DAYTON – The University of Dayton alumni team Red Scare announced that Jordan Sibert, who played for the Red Scare and represented it in the 33 Point Contest last year, will return to its roster in The Basketball Tournament (TBT) this summer.

Central State


Central State releases 2022 football schedule

3/7/2022 2:49:00 PM

Cleveland Browns

Browns to visit Pro Football Hall of Fame, practice at FirstEnergy Stadium during mandatory minicamp
The Browns will spend two of the three days of mandatory minicamp in Canton and at FirstEnergy Stadium


Cincinnati Bengals

Bengals Offensive Line Flexing New Leadership With Help From Familiar Face

Central State Wins 41-21 the Black HBC College Football Hall of Fame Classic Game


SEPT 4, 2022 



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Marauders take Black College Football Hall of Fame Classic with 41-21 win over Winston-Salem State

CANTON, Ohio - The Central State Marauders defeated the Winston-Salem State Rams ,41-21, in the 2022 Black College Football Hall of Fame Classic at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio, on Sunday.


Sunday's game, which was shown live on the NFL Network, opened with a 81-yard kickoff return by CSU's Twon Hines. Hines later finished the drive with a seven yard touchdown reception to give the Marauders the early lead. Anthony Mack put CSU up by 14 with a 25-yard interception return for a score at the 6:26 mark of the first quarter.


WSSU broke through an a turnover as the Rams' Justin Fleming intercepted a pass and ran to the endzone with 2:37 to play in the opening quarter. The WSSU offense knotted the score up an a 90 yard scoring drive capped off with a 23 yard throow from Richard Latimore to Amos Mobley with 4:38 left in the half. 

The Marauders scored late in the half with a methodical 10 play, 60 yard drive ending with a three-yard run to the outside pylon by Kaz Dina.

CSU went back up by two scores as a Jalil Lenore fumble recovery set up the Marauder offense at the WSSU 7-yard line. After being pushed back due to a holding call, CSU quarterback Brandon Kyles completed back to back passes including a 13-yard strike to Kenyadus Hollins for the score at the 5:10 mark. WSSU responded on its next drive as Latimore connected with a streaking Mobley again for a 43-yard touchdown.

On CSU's next drive, a defensive holding call and roughing on the passer allowed by CSU to move down the field and eventually find the endzone as Aaron Kennebrew leaped over a pile of players from two-yards out.

With a 34-21 lead going into the final quarter, the Marauders took full control when a Latimore fumble was recovered by linebacker Corwyn Hurt at the WSSU 21-yard line. CSU scored on the next play as Kyles found Micah Lowe through the air to give the Marauders a 20-point lead. The Marauder defense stepped up in the final stages of the game with three sacks in the fourth quarter to stifle any chance of a WSSU comeback.

At the conclusion of the game, Central State head football coach Kevin Porter was presented with the BCHOF Championship Trophy while linebacker Jalil Lenore earned BCHOF Player of the Game honors.



Twon Hines (CSU) - 7 receptions, 104 yards, 1 touchdown, 81-yard kickoff return

Jalil Lenore (CSU) - 12 tackles, 1 sack, 1 forced fumble, 1 fumble recovery
Brandon Kyles (CSU) - 26 completions on 41 attempts, 277 yards, three touchdowns
Anthony Mack (CSU) - 3 tackles, 1 interception, 1 touchdown, two pass break ups

Asa Barnes (WSSU) - 107 rushing yards
RJ Mobley (WSSU) - 4 receptions, 73 yards, 2 touchdowns
Justin Fleming (WSSU) - 2 interceptions, 1 touchdown


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