All Urban Meyer has done since coming to the Ohio State University is win. His Buckeyes have the longest NCAA Football winning streak going in the Nation. They faced a tough test against Iowa, but were able to come out with the team's 19th victory in a row.

Urban Meyer watched patiently as his Buckeyes went into the locker room trailing at halftime, by 7. He made some great offensive adjustments and the Buckeyes came out rolling in the second half to control the game.

Running back Carlos Hyde once again showed his worth to the Buckeyes offense. He had 149 yards rushing on 24 carries and 2 touchdowns. Braxton Miller played a fantastic second half to lead his team to the victory.

Miller rushed for 102 yards on his 18 carries and used his arm to throw for 222 yards completing 22 of the 27 passes he threw, two of those tosses were for touchdowns. It was the Miller, Hyde show once again at the horseshoe in Columbus.

The Buckeyes have one of the greatest coaches in college history. He is the only guy who can compete with Nick Saban when it comes to recruiting players. Meyer has his team at 7-0 on the season and 3-0 in the big ten.

The Buckeyes are still looking for the respect of the AP Polls, but that shouldn't stop them from competing for the National Championship. They went undefeated in 2012 and are looking to repeat that performance in 2013.

SO far, the team looks to be on track. Nothing has been able to stop this Buckeyes team from winning and even with the defensive questions the team has been able to extend the longest winning streak in the nation.

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