Posted July 23, 2012 on
Ohio State currently has 15 commits to a class that could number as high as 21. With excitement building for this week's Friday Night Lights camp, what prospects are in line to receive offers with great performances? Who else is in the picture to be in the 2013 recruiting class?
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With everything happening this offseason in college football, it's easy to forget about arguably one of the biggest coaching moves in NCAA history.
A two-time national championship winning coach is coming out of a brief retirement to coach one of the top five programs in the country.
And, it just so happens that program is coming off its first losing season in 23 years, lost...
One of the supporting characters in Ohio State's NCAA violations and the downfall of coach Jim Tressel has died.
Jeannette, Pa., businessman Ted Sarniak III, died on Friday at a Pittsburgh-area hospital, according to the funeral home handling the arrangements. He was 68.
Sarniak was a mentor to Terrelle Pryor, who played at Jeannette High School. Pryor was considered 2008&...
(Previous entries in this series include Jamie’s take on Northwestern, Chris Mackinder’s take on Wisconsin and my takes on Iowa and Purdue)
Ohio State heads into the 2012 season in a strange position.
Coming off an ugly 6-7 season and tattoogate, things appear to be back on the upswing with the hiring of Urban Meyer. But there will be no postseason for the 2012 Buckeyes...
Urban Meyer will take the podium at Big Ten Media Day as the biggest celebrity currently at Ohio State. He will have yet to win a game, but Meyer’s decorated resume of coaching awards and bowl victories will have the Buckeye faithful thinking championships. However, working in the corridors of Value City Arena is a man who, in seven seasons, has led Ohio State to five Big Ten...
With just over 40 days until Michigan State kicks off the 2012 season we continue our early preview of each game of the season. In the fifth game of the season the Spartans will host Ohio State to open conference play.
With Ohio State already ineligible for postseason play in 2012, the sanctions handed down by NCAA president Mark Emmert to ban Penn State from postseason play for four years clears the road for Wisconsin to make it back to Indianapolis as Big Ten Leaders Division champions.