This is the last time around for Ohio State Buckeyes quarterback J.T. Barrett. Check out this Instagram video showcasing what is to come in 2017.
During Ohio State’s three 1-day camps for high schoolers, Urban Meyer spoke to the players about having ownership of their teams and actions. There is also a need to have ownership of your name, and what it can become. Ohio State’s Twitter account released a pretty amazing video package about this topic that you will want to check out.
Last night I was able to sit down and discuss the Ohio State Buckeyes with MarkRogersTV. For those not familiar with Mark, his channel is a gold mine for information about teams all-across the nation. As part of an on-going series with Mark, I took a look at the Ohio State offensive line for the 2017 season.
Ohio State introduced its three new men’s basketball assistant coaches on Thursday. Ryan Pedon, Terry Johnson, and Mike Schrage spoke with the media for nearly a half hour. Overall, the mood was one of excitement and eagerness at the opportunity to both recruit for Ohio State and build up and coach the…
Last week we brought you a breakdown of the strongest and deepest unit of the 2017 Buckeyes — the defensive line. That’s a tough group to follow, but the Ohio State wide receivers appear to be up for the challenge after a much-improved spring under the new offensive umbrella of Kevin Wilson and Ryan Day.
Ohio State forwards Jae’Sean Tate and Keita Bates-Diop spoke with the media following Chris Holtmann’s introduction on Monday. The players spoke of how they found out about Thad Matta’s firing, the thought of a transition period, changing goals, and the future of Ohio State basketball.
It has been a hectic seven days for new Ohio State men’s basketball coach Chris Holtmann. On Tuesday morning, he was contacted for the first time by Ohio State, where OSU officially offered him the position. Since then his world has been a blur. After some back and forth, he met with Gene Smith in Dayton and accepted…
On Monday, Ohio State men’s basketball head coach Thad Matta was fired by OSU athletics director Gene Smith. Matta had been at Ohio State for 13 years and leaves as the university’s winningest basketball coach of all time. The lack of recruiting was cited as a significant reason why it was time to make this decision.
On Monday, Thad Matta was emotional while talking about his memories of Ohio State and what the University has meant to him and his family over the past 13 years. Matta was fired by Gene Smith, though the former head coach will stick around to help find his replacement. Watch as Matta holds back tears while speaking to the media during a very emotional time for him.