It’s seems almost impossible to defeat an Urban Meyer coached Ohio State team when its on the road.
After the Buckeyes outlasted Wisconsin, 30-23 in overtime Saturday night, Meyer earned his 20th consecutive road victory as the coach of Ohio State.
With the victory, Meyer became the first college coach to win his first 20 road games at a school since Yale’s Walter Camp, according to ESPN. Camp’s streak started in 1888.
Urban Meyer is the first coach to win his first 20 road games at a school since Walter Camp, whose streak began in 1888.
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— ESPN (@espn) October 16, 2016
Meyer is 56-4 since becoming Ohio State’s head coach in 2012. And despite losing a bevy of players to the 2016 NFL Draft, he has led the Buckeyes to an undefeated record midway through the season.