Ohio State defeated number one Georgia. </p><div><p> Well... at least in the Battle for Bowl Week competition. The Buckeyes all week against the Bulldogs He won 4 of his 5 team activities, won the Bowl Week championship belt, "Drop It Like It's Hot", Basketball, Bowling, Andretti Indoor Cart I won the competition. But hey, the team that won the Battle for Bowl Week contest has won seven of the last 11 Peach Bowls, so what is that? The Buckeyes will feature four offensive players, four defensive players, and two assistants from both teams on "Football Feud," an appropriately spun game of the popular game show Family Feud, on Monday. OSU rebounded later that night by winning the Drop It Like It's Hot event. In this event, teams were presented with multiple-choice questions and had 15 seconds to discuss them. Each answer was assigned a certain amount of points that could be bet on. One by one, the wrong answers disappeared from the screen, along with the points he had bet on them. OSU he won 1,500-1,000.
Players from Ohio State and Georgia head-to-head tonight in a pair of game show-style competitions to kick off Battle for Bowl week. After Georgia won the first contest (Family Feud), Ohio State won her second contest (Trivia) and won the Battle for Bowl week belt for now. pic.twitter.com/EBQ00PeQdC
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Remember when CJ Stroud said Ohio's football team? <a rel="nofollow" href="https://twitter.com/Dan_Hope/status/1552375263534714881?s=20&t=vm5_WTCoAcFzmWBaN482iA">was able to beat the basketball team</a> At a basketball game at Big Ten Media Days in July? Well, the Ohio State basketball players certainly disagreed with his assessment. Could they? They already had a basketball hot shot challenge on Wednesday night. I won the contest. Not surprisingly, Stroud was one of his representatives for the Buckeyes, as was former high school basketball player Cade He Stover and He JT He Twi Morrow.
OSU won the Andretti Bowling competition on the same night, with each team picking two players to win the competition. The Buckeyes won event 416-378. Ohio State University closed out the night in style by winning the final event, his Andretti Indoor Karting. Each team's average lap times were added together and the team with the fastest average time was declared the winner. OSU surpassed Georgia by 0.3 seconds for the fastest average lap time. The Buckeyes will look to beat Georgia in a really important competition when they face the Bulldogs on the football field at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Saturday at 8pm.