Posted June 17, 2012 on
5 star safety Vonn Bell made his way up to Columbus to attend Ohio State's first camp of the summer. Check out what the rising senior from Georgia had to say about the Buckeyes as well as the rest of his recruitment.

Ohio State’s Stoneburner and Mewhort released from scholarships – sorta

New Ohio State Coach Urban Meyer sure is laying the hammer down: Ohio State redshirt senior tight end Jake Stoneburner and redshirtjunior offensive lineman Jack Mewhort have been removed from their athletic scholarships—at least until the end of the summer. In a statement released Friday night from Urban Meyer via an OSU department of athletics spokesperson, the two football...

Buckeyes To Host Top 2014 Safety

Ohio State will host several top underclassmen next week at their two-day position camp, and one of the highest-rated will be Florida defensive back Quincy Wilson. The University School star already holds nine offers and more could be headed his way.

Sullinger receives red flag

Doctors have red flagged the Ohio State's Jared Sullinger for his bad back, an issue that doctors believe is very serious.  This news could cause Sullinger's draft stock to tumble.

Ohio State pays Urban Meyer $4M

Ohio State is paying football coach Urban Meyer $4 million per year, more money than his predecessor, along with specific requirements for reporting violations of NCAA rules. The university has completed a seven-year contract with Meyer that the board of trustees is expected to approve later this week. Meyer was hired last November to rebuild the program, which got a one-year bowl...

Crystal Ball Run Preseason Top 10: No. 9 Ohio State

CBR's preseason No. 10 team, West Virginia, was released earlier today. Up next is one of the most polarizing programs in the country, let alone the Midwest, the Ohio State Buckeyes. Believe it or not, the attention on this program has been ratcheted up a notch or two with the hiring of Urban Meyer in November of last year. He's already ruffled a few feathers in Big Ten recruiting...

Ohio State gives Urban Meyer $4 Million per, $200K more than Tressel

Ohio State released the information specifics on its contract with Urban Meyer today; it involves discussion on specific requirements for reporting violations of NCAA rules. (More on this coming later) It also is now public that Meyer will make $4,000,000 per year guaranteed with other incentives. That’s $200,000 more than what the Buckeyes paid Jim Tressel. The language regarding...

Urban Meyer’s Ohio State Contract Details Released

Rife with bowl game bonuses and an out clause, The Ohio State University released the contract details of head football coach Urban Meyer. Per The Plain Dealer’s Doug Lesmerises, Meyer asked for and received a clause that would allow him to void his end of the deal — while still receiving $1.5 million per year — in the event that NCAA violations that occurred before his tenure...

Mewhort, Stoneburner Lose Summer Scholarships

Ohio State players Jack Mewhort and Jake Stoneburner have had their scholarships removed for summer quarter after recent arrests, OSU and head coach Urban Meyer announced late Friday night.

Despite Changes, Buchanan Still In Good Hands

The more things change, the more they stay the same for Ben Buchanan. The Ohio State punter goes into his third year as the starter with a third head coach in that time, but his newest mentor, Urban Meyer, is yet another coach that preaches the importance of special teams.
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