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The five Buckeyes drafted in the first round of the NFL Draft Thursday evening will now be carrying around an awful lot of zeroes.
It was a good night to be a former Buckeye at the NFL Draft in Chicago.
According to OSU RBs coach Tony Alford, Ezekiel Elliott is a complete running back and some NFL team is going to be very, very happy after tonight.
The NFL Draft is tonight, so we thought we would give you an absolutely loaded Buckeye Football Notebook today dealing with a ton of draft-related topics.
Darron Lee is going to realize a dream tonight and his coaches are going to be very proud of him because of it. One coach, however, has been proud of him long before now.
No more guessing games. Here are things you can count on as the NFL Draft begins on Thursday.
Braxton Miller has been a wide receiver for less than a year now, but OSU receivers coach Zach Smith believes Miller is ready to make an impact in the NFL.
We knew it wouldn't take long, and the endorsements are already coming in for Joey Bosa and Ezekiel Elliott.
The Buckeyes found some depth on the defensive line this spring, but they expect to find even more of it when Nick Bosa arrives this summer.
NFL fans may have heard of names like Joey Bosa and Ezekiel Elliott, but apparently they aren't of elite level.
Two weeks ago it appeared Urban Meyer delivered a shot at his former QB but that was not the case.
Ohio State went into the spring searching for a starting cornerback opposite Gareon Conley, and according to Kerry Coombs the Buckeyes have found them.
We've looked at the depth chart for the Buckeye offense, so now it's time to give the twice-over to the Silver Bullets.
The former big man is back in Columbus and working with the team he once nearly led to the promise land.
Now that spring football is over, Tony Gerdeman gives his best guess as to what the Ohio State depth chart looks like on offense at the moment.
Players step up during the spring every single year. Who were a few of the Buckeyes that caught Urban Meyer's eye at the end of spring camp?
All three scholarship quarterbacks had good springs for the Buckeyes, but incoming freshman Dwayne Haskins is still expected to be a legitimate competitor for the backup job.
Safety Malik Hooker takes over in a secondary with just one returning starter, but his performance this spring has given Buckeye coaches some not-so-quiet confidence.
What's the good thing about losing so many starters? Why might the safeties have had some issues in coverage in the Spring Game? How is Greg Schiano doing in Columbus?
What surprised Tony Gerdeman about the Buckeyes this spring? It's a good thing you asked.
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