The Ohio State football program just released a new video, and it is fantastic in every way. Just run down the checklist of everything great about college football and it’s all here.
At least 82 of the 88 counties in Ohio have produced an Ohio State Buckeyes football player. Here’s a look at the most recent Buckeyes from each of those counties, including one that hasn’t turned out a player in nearly a century.
Will Ohio State football get to play this fall? Will the Horseshoe be packed with 100,000 screaming fans when Michigan comes to town in November? “I wish I knew the answer to your question. I don’t,” said Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine on Tuesday.
The addition of Utah State grad transfer point guard Abel Porter on Saturday brings the Ohio State men’s basketball roster back to the NCAA-mandated scholarship limit of 13.
Ohio State’s top-ranked 2021 recruiting class just got a little closer to adding another massive piece. Tony Grimes, ranked as the No. 1 cornerback in the class of 2021, named the Buckeyes as part of his top group of potential schools.
Subtlety is a lost art in the modern world. All too often, people feel compelled to go way over-the-top for attention when a less-obvious route would be far better. Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields has seemingly taken that lesson to heart.
Hudson Wolfe, a 4-star tight end from Tennessee, just listed the Buckeyes as one of his five top schools. Joining Ohio State in that group are four programs from the SEC: Alabama, Georgia, Ole Miss, and Tennessee.
Big Ten football programs are going to have to wait a little longer than previously thought to get back onto the practice field. Friday afternoon, the conference announced that it was extending its suspension of organized team activities through at least Monday, May 4.
We know you may be suffering from a little cabin fever. That’s why we’re inviting you to join us to watch the 2016 Ohio State vs. Michigan game together.
Thursday, the NCAA announced that it would distribute $225 million to Division One members in June. That’s down by 62.5 percent from the budgeted number of $600 million.
Talented freshmen quarterbacks CJ Stroud and Jack Miller both enrolled early to give themselves a full spring of experience as Buckeyes before the 2020 season. Unfortunately, they only made it through winter workouts and three spring practices before the program – and the rest of the college football world – shut down.