This Date In Buckeye History: Nov. 29

Every day in the late summer and fall has its moments in Ohio State football history, and Nov. 29 is no different. Find out more in the this edition of "This Date In Buckeye History."

1929: Ohio State 11, Ohio Medical 8: The Buckeyes claimed the state championship by besting the Medics on Thanksgiving. Fred Secrist scored two touchdowns for host OSU, and Jack Means made a 52-yard kick.

1917: Ohio State 28, Camp Sherman 0: On Thanksgiving, the Buckeyes concluded their season with a win over a squad from the Ohio Army National Guard training site Chillicothe at Ohio Field. Ohio State, the Big Ten champion, ended the year 8-0-1 with its lone blemish a scoreless tie vs. Auburn on Nov. 24.

1900: Ohio State 23, Kenyon 5: OSU (8-1-1) ended the season with a home win over Kenyon. Additional bleachers were brought in for the game, which boosted the attendance for the Thanksgiving Day game to 2,000 instead of the 700 that could usually attend the games at University Field.


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