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Over the years, there have been times the Ohio State offense looked to be at its best when using a fast tempo. This year, fans will get to see what they've been clamoring for -- a no-huddle look that will speed things up as the base offense. The Buckeyes discussed the transition to that this spring.
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Michigan football recruit Logan Tuley-Tillman affirmed his commitment to the school in the most convincing way possible. The offensive lineman lit a recruiting letter from Ohio State on fire and shared a picture of it on Twitter Saturday morning.
Tuley-Tillman, a 6’7″, 321-pound lineman from Manual High School in Peoria (Ill.), committed to play for Michigan in February. He’ll...
Logan Tuley-Tillman is a Michigan commit that is still being recruited by other schools including Ohio State. Tuley-Tillman received a letter from the Ohio State University which prompted him to post a tweet with this picture in it. Open receiving the letter, Logan immediately burned the letter and added #GoBlue to it. Looks like the Ohio State-Michigan rivalry just got even more...
Patrick Maks checks in with some of the latest in Columbus. You guys will love this one. Be sure to follow our Buckeye correspondent on Twitter.
In an incredibly brilliant move, Ohio State, on Wednesday, announced that they will start issuing all student-athletes iPads starting next fall. This proclamation came on the same day the university decided to raise tuition 3.2 percent...
Miami is not leaving the ACC.
Because Miami athletic director Shawn Eichorst said so. (ESPN)
Realignment "has all but ruined the game of college football."
Because Bryan Powers, who also compares realignment to both a "south side flea market" and a "Black Friday-style free for all," said so. Overrating much? (ChuckOliver.net)
Ohio State to...
Last Memorial Day rocked Buckeye Nation as the university announced iconic football coach Jim Tressel had resigned. One last year, BuckeyeSports.com takes a look back at the day, what has happened since and other plans we have to discuss Tressel's legacy at Ohio State.