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Four-Star Texas Receiver Al’Vonte Woodard Puts Ohio State in His Top 5

Four-star Houston (Lamar HS) wide receiver Al’Vonte Woodard released his Top 5 late Thursday and the Buckeyes joined LSU, Ole Miss, Texas, and Texas A&M on the list. Woodard (6-1 193) also holds offers from Alabama, Auburn, Florida State, Miami, and Tennessee. He is ranked the No. 12 receiver in the nation per the 247Sports Composite. At a recent combine he ran a 4.52 40-yard dash and a 4.26 shuttle.…
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Ohio State Kicking Off in Prime Time First Two Weeks of 2017

Ohio State will open up in prime time for the first two weeks of the college football season in 2017. The Buckeyes will begin the season on Thursday August 31 in Bloomington with a 8:00 pm kick against the Indiana Hoosiers on ESPN. The following weekend on Saturday September 9, they will host a top 10 Oklahoma Sooner squad at 7:30 pm on ABC. So far, no other kickoff times…
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Buckeye Football Notebook: ‘Now it’s either go home or go to the League’

Gaining Separation Ohio State is planning on fielding a much better passing attack in 2017, and they spent much of the spring setting up those expectations. Of particular interest is the downfield passing game, where the Buckeyes had just four completions of 40 or more yards last season. This spring they worked on several different areas in order to improve the overall effectiveness with the deep passing, with much of…
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Could the Buckeyes Play More Than One Quarterback This Season?

Ohio State may be deeper than it has ever been at quarterback, but does that mean the Buckeyes have room for more than one signal caller to play this season? J.T. Barrett enters his fourth year of starting, and just about every game this season will see him setting new Ohio State or Big Ten records. Redshirt sophomore Joe Burrow returns for his second season as Barrett’s backup, provided he…
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Looks Like Kam Williams is Coming Back for His Senior Season

In the best news the Ohio State basketball program has received in months, redshirt junior guard Kam Williams announced his apparent return for a fifth-and-final season. Williams put his name into the 2017 NBA Draft, but did not hire an agent and had until midnight tonight to remove his name from consideration. That has seemingly happened according to this post from Williams on his Instagram account. Williams averaged 9.4 points…
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Buckeye Breakdown: Same But Different at Linebacker

Despite Ohio State returning two-thirds of the linebacking corps from the 2016 season, this unit will look drastically different heading into the 2017 season. While the names and jersey numbers will look familiar, there is a similar feeling to when your spouse gets a haircut or moves a piece of furniture, forcing you to pause for a moment until you can put your finger on what exactly has changed. Only…
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Many Happy (Punt) Returns for the Buckeyes in 2017?

Last year was the worst season of punt returning for the Buckeyes in Urban Meyer’s OSU tenure. Ohio State returned more punts than 110 other teams (27) last year, yet they managed just one return of at least 20 yards. Only 18 teams in the nation were worse than that a year ago. It was the second time in Meyer’s five years that the Buckeyes managed just one return of…
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Buckeye Football Notebook: ‘He creates havoc in the backfield’

The Ohio State Havoc Man One of the pleasant surprises on the Ohio State defensive line last year was redshirt freshman nose tackle Robert Landers. Undersized at a listed 6-foot-1 and 283 pounds, Landers used his quickness and leverage to get into the backfield frequently early on. He finished fifth on the team with 7.5 tackles for loss. (He only finished with 16 total tackles on the season.) Landers’ lack…
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Sunday Recruiting Rundown: Buckeyes Land Another, Mitchell Trending Away?, Offers Galore

Another week and news continues to pour out on the Ohio State recruiting front. The Buckeyes landed their 10th commitment in the class of 2018 this week, and another big decision is incoming. Meanwhile, a slew of offers went out to 2019 and 2020 kids. And a few prospects who had been considering the Buckeyes trimmed their lists as well. Let’s take a look back at the week that was…