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It's not too early to begin looking at Ohio State's 2015 recruiting class. Although there are no commitments to the class, the Buckeyes have been busy issuing offers. Derek Young takes a look at the 2015 class.

Ohio State fan beats cancer he named “Michigan,” Michigan congratulates him

  Grand Reed is a 12-year-old die hard Ohio State Buckeyes fan, who was diagnosed with a brain tumor in 2011.  Both of his parents went to Ohio State and being the massive Buckeyes fan that he is, he decided to name the tumor “Michigan.”  So far he has beaten “Michigan” with his cancer now in remission after spending a lot of time in the hospital. From NBC4i: “We’ve...

Ohio State Fan, 12, Names Cancer ‘Michigan,’ Beats It, Meets Urban Meyer (Photo)

The Ohio State-Michigan rivalry runs deep, so deep in fact that one 12-year-old Buckeye fan even named his cancer after Big Blue. Grant Reed, 12, of Bellville, Ohio, was diagnosed with a brain tumor two years ago and took to calling the cancerous tumor “Michigan,” according to NBC4 in Columbus. Last week, after two years and countless chemotherapy treatments, Reed beat the figurative...

Ohio State Teenager Nicknames His Brain Tumor ‘Michigan’

WCMH: News, Weather, and Sports for Columbus, Ohio In a story that has caused even Michigan to be rooting against themselves, one of the best college football rivalries has played a role in helping a 12-year-old fight a brain tumor. Grant Reed is a 12-year-old Ohio State Buckeyes fan who was diagnosed with a brain tumor in 2011, and in order to beat the tumor he nicknamed it one...

Wolverines Twitter Handle Tweets Out Support Of Ohio State Fan Who Named His Cancer “Michigan”

Sometimes, rivalry isn’t all that important – even when it’s Ohio State vs. Michigan. Earlier this week, the world learned of the story of Grant Reed, a 12-year old boy who nicknamed his cancer “Michigan” and then beat it. As you can probably guess, he comes from a family of Ohio State fans. Yesterday, Michigan’s Twitter handle gave Reed a pretty cool shout out. We...

OSU fan, 12, beats cancer he named 'Michigan'

Ohio State football fans always want to defeat what they call ''That school up North.'' So, when a 12-year-old Buckeyes fan was diagnosed with cancer 14 months ago, he chose to name his disease Michigan. He wanted to beat it. And he did. The fan, Grant Reed, was released from Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus Friday after a final chemotherapy session...

Former Ohio State president slow to apologize

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- Former Ohio State University President Gordon Gee took his time apologizing for remarks he made that were critical of the University of Notre Dame, Roman Catholics and Southeastern Conference schools, among several of his targets during off-the-cuff comments last year, records show. Although university trustees directed Gee in a March 11 letter to begin issuing...

Buckeyes fan beats cancer in unique way

Those of us in Big Ten country all know what the rivalry between Ohio State and Michigan is all about. If you're a Wolverine chances are you only speak about THE Ohio State University as simply "Ohio" and if you're a Buckeye you simply refer to the University of Michigan as "That school up north." That's the mild stuff and the stories between...

Ohio State Player Profile – Chris Fields

Chris Fields has been a bit of an enigma for the Ohio State Buckeyes. The fifth year senior has flown under-the-radar for the Buckeyes yet, has also made some very meaningful contributions to Buckeye lore. He is a frustrating, but equally gratifying story. Fields came to Ohio State in 2009 from Harvey High School in Painesville, Ohio, as a highly coveted receiver. The 2009 Lake County...

Report: 12-Year Old Cancer Patient And Ohio State Fan Grant Reed Beats “Michigan”

We’ve seen young cancer patients on the college sports scene before – like Jack Hoffman, the 7-year old who ran for a 69-yard touchdown during Nebraska’s spring football game, and Lacey Holsworth, who is best friends with Michigan State’s Adreian Payne. But we haven’t seen a kid beat an entire university himself — until now.  Grant Reed is 12-years old and has been...

The 2014 Ohio State Class So Far

A few weeks ago we gave you a look at where the Buckeye class stood and how we expected it to vault to an elite class sometime soon. The Buckeyes are starting to do exactly what we expected them to do. An earlier article about Buckeye rival Michigan’s recruiting compared Coach Brady Hoke’s approach to a sprint. Coach Urban Meyer does it differently, pacing himself and his recruiting...

OSU's Greatest Football Wins: Northwestern counts down the days to the Big Ten football media days by recounting Ohio State's greatest wins against their Big Ten foes. The series moves on to Northwestern, which has lost many times to the Buckeyes but still played some classics against OSU.

Empire Recruiting Q&A – Kyle Trout

Colin Brinkman of Empire Recruiting had a chance to catch up with 2014 Ohio State commit Kyle Trout recently and talk to him about all things Buckeyes. Q: You were out at the Opening recently how was that experience for you? A: It was amazing, the gear, my team, the coaching. It was fun, informative, and eye opening to the kind of competition I’m going to face every snap in...

OSU's Greatest Football Wins: Minnesota counts down the days to the Big Ten football media days by recounting Ohio State's greatest wins against their Big Ten foes. After beginning with Penn State and Indiana, we take a look at the Minnesota series.

Rockford IceHogs Hire Mark Osiecki

On Tuesday, Andy Johnson of SBNation’s Bucky’s Fifth Quarter first reported that former Ohio State head coach Mark Osiecki will join the Rockford IceHogs as an assistant coach this season. Osiecki had spent three years at Ohio State, leading the … Continue reading →The post Rockford IceHogs Hire Mark Osiecki appeared first on Committed Indians.

Video: Jeopardy! Contestants Embarrassingly Miss College Football Questions On Last Night’s Show

The contestants on last night’s Jeopardy! show were obviously not Ohio State, Texas or Nebraska fans — or college sports fans in general. College football was one of the categories on the show — the contestants were given players’ names and were asked where they played their collegiate football. After getting the first two questions correct, things started to go downhill...
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