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Ohio State 2019 Class Report — WR Garrett Wilson

Garrett Wilson was the first composite 5-star receiver signed by Ohio State since Jalin Marshall in 2013 and the first composite 5-star out-of-state receiver for the Buckeyes since possibly Maurice Harris in 1999 or definitely Ken-Yon Rambo in 1997. Wilson played for Lake Travis High School in Austin, Texas and the first time he caught an Ohio State coach’s eye was when…

Brian Hartline, Chris Olave Ohio State Buckeyes
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No Pigeonholing, Buckeyes Looking for Their Six Best Receivers

One of Ohio State’s biggest question marks surrounding the team entering the 2020 season is who will replace the talent lost in the wide receiver room. The Buckeyes have a number of star receivers coming in from the new recruiting class, but ‘Zone 6’ only returns two major contributors from the rotation last season in rising junior Chris Olave and rising sophomore Garrett Wilson.

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How Will Ohio State Replace… WR Binjimen Victor

Binjimen Victor came to Ohio State from Coconut Creek High School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida where he was ranked the No. 12 wide receiver in the 2016 class and the No. 97 player overall. There was a possibility of redshirting as a true freshman, but the Buckeyes needed receivers and so Victor played sparingly. He finished with just four catches in 2016. It was over his final…

Justin Fields Ohio State Buckeyes Quarterback
Football The Rivalry

Don’t Let Frequency of Great Performances Overshadow History Being Made

Ohio State went into Ann Arbor on Saturday and beat Michigan for an eighth-consecutive year. It was their 15th win in 16 games, and 17th win in the last 19  meetings. Some would call it ‘old hat,’ but if the new hat fits so great and looks so good every year, it’s okay to admire it for its individual beauty. There is no reason to just toss it on your pile of other hats.

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The Grumpy Old Buckeye: Ohio State at That Team Up North

Ohio State and Michigan renewed the greatest rivalry in all of sports with Jim Harbaugh’s team peaking and the Buckeyes coming off one of their sloppiest performances of the season. The Game has been owned by Ohio State since Jim Tressel took over as OSU coach in 2001 but at some point you just figure all the stars will finally align for the Wolverines.