Urban Meyer Ohio State Football Buckeyes

OSU President Michael Drake Went Against The Board Of Trustees ‘Majority,’ Trustees Say, By Suspending Urban Meyer And Gene Smith

COLUMBUS — Two members of the Ohio State University Board of Trustees have told me over the past week they believed Urban Meyer’s suspension “was not warranted according to the facts” that resulted from the university’s six-member panel which investigated whether the head coach had covered up alleged domestic violence…

Dwayne Haskins Ohio State Football Buckeyes

Run Dwayne Run? ‘Whatever It Takes’

Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins has been credited with seven rushing attempts this season through three games, but really only one of them has been planned so far.

In the season opener against Oregon State, Haskins scrambled twice for a total of 24 yards. Against Rutgers, he was sacked once and then tackled behind the line of scrimmage on a broken hand-off attempt. Last week against TCU, he was sacked for the second time this season. He also had a 4-yard scramble on third-and-5.

Nick Bosa Ohio State Football Buckeyes

Nick Bosa Out Indefinitely Following Surgery

Urban Meyer announced on his radio show Thursday afternoon that junior defensive end Nick Bosa had surgery to repair a core muscle injury and did not have a timetable on his return. Ohio State has released a statement on the surgery. Nick Bosa Has Surgery; Out Indefinitely Has been regarded as the best player in college football…

Ohio State football Defensive End Davon Hamilton

Hamilton Takes Center Stage On Buckeyes’ Defensive Line

The ball was bouncing just a little bit. Nick Bosa had just raced around TCU’s left tackle and grabbed the right arm of quarterback Shawn Robinson at the goal line, knocking the ball free. There it was, bouncing toward the back of the end zone, already at the top of the purple “U” in the TCU logo painted there. Dre’Mont Jones was the first Buckeye there, but he couldn’t bring it in, flying over the ball. This was Davon Hamilton’s moment…

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Ohio State vs. Tulane: Tickets, TV, Streaming, Weather

The No. 4 Ohio State Buckeyes (3-0) return home Saturday to face Tulane (1-2). The Bucks beat No. 15 TCU, 40-28 last weekend in Arlington, Texas. Tulane enters off of a 31-24 road loss to UAB. The Green Wave’s only win this year was over FCS Nicholls, 42-17.  Ohio State is a 37-point favorite, a number that opened at just 34. The Over/Under for the game is 69.  Here’s everything you need to know to enjoy Ohio State vs. Tulane…