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LEADERS 1. OHIO STATE (11-1/7-1, loss to Northwestern) Does that loss make a lick of sense? Nope, but such are preseason predictions. The Fightin’ Urbans draw Northwestern the week after what’s sure to be a knock-down drag-out brawl with Wisconsin, and the Wildcats come off a bye week. 2. WISCONSIN (10-2/7-1, losses to Arizona State, Ohio State) Don’t (Visited 3 times, 3 visits today)The post 2013 Big Ten Conference Preview appeared first on No Coast Bias |.
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Ohio State and Urban Meyer landed their first 2015 commit Sunday night, with the announcement that Canton McKinley four-star athlete Eric Glover-Williams has pledged to the Buckeyes.
Ohio State averaged nearly 40 points per game last season, but believe Urban Meyer when he says the Buckeyes' offense still hasn't arrived. That's because Meyer's true spread offense – the one that he used to help Florida to two national titles – was a work in progress last year. This season, however, Meyer's vision may be realized.
Ohio State Head Coach Urban Meyer is the kind of guy you either love or hate; there doesn't seem to be a whole lot of in between when it comes to the former Gator turned Buckeye head coach. For the fans it makes sense. Gator Nation probably feels a little betrayed, and fans of the Ohio State's opponents certainly aren't going to like him much either.
Why? For the same...
Urban Meyer had officially been the head coach at Ohio State for maybe 10 minutes when he was hit with his first question about his old conference.
So, is the Southeastern Conference better than the Big Ten, and if so, why?
''It's obvious that the SEC right now is dominant,'' the ex-Florida coach said in November 2011 at his first news conference as new head...
Ohio State commit wide receiver Terry McLaurin of Indianapolis (Ind.) Cathedral talks about what he's going to bring to the table at Ohio State, why he chose the Buckeyes, and when he plans on visiting his future college in Columbus.
Zack Jackson of FSN Ohio wrote a piece yesterday about Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer and his rule about NFL scouts not wearing blue when they visit the Woody Hayes Athletic Center to watch […]
Ohio State staged a special welcome to its students on Saturday with the annual Buckeye Kickoff event. The pep rally was attended by OSU staffers as well as six seniors who could be looked upon as leaders for the Buckeyes in 2013.
Ohio State commit and Gary Westside (Ind.) senior wide receiver Lonnie Johnson speaks with FOXSports and Scout.com after the season opener.
Throughout the high school football season, BuckeyeSports.com will be following the progress of Ohio State’s football commitments. Here is how the OSU verbal commitments and their teams fared Aug. 23.
"I'm not colorblind!"
Okay, this is your stupid thing of the day.
Well, unless you are an Ohio State fan, but if you are, you don't see this the same way the other 99% of the universe does anyway.
It appears that if you are an NFL Scout or media member or anyone else visiting an Ohio State practice, you are not allowed to wear...
As the head football coach at Ohio State, you’d expect Urban Meyer to make his disdain for the Michigan Wolverines well known. But according to Fox Sports’ Zac Jackson, he may have gone overboard instituting a “color policy” earlier this month.
On the first day NFL scouts were allowed to observe Ohio State’s practice this month, at least two were wearing blue. And at some...
Ohio State received its first verbal commitment for the class of 2015 when Eric Glover-Williams pledged his allegiance to head coach Urban Meyer and Buckeye Nation, Sunday night. Glover-Wlliams, nicknamed “Superman,” is a 5-foot-11, 165-pound […]
Earlier today, Ohio State head football coach held his weekly in-season press conference. Here are some of the highlights. Last year, Meyer was having problems with four or five different units, most notably with the […]
1. Alabama 2. Stanford 3. Oregon 4. Texas A&M 5. Ohio State 6. Georgia 7. Oklahoma 8. Texas 9. Clemson 10. Northwestern On the cusp: Michigan, South Carolina, LSU, Louisville, Nebraska