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Ohio State had a pair of players picked on the third day of the NFL draft, but it most anticipated it would be a different two. Running back Dan Herron and safety Nate Ebner both heard their names called in the sixth round while Mike Brewster, a four-year starter at center, went undrafted in a turn of events that left many surprised.
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FOXBORO, Mass. -- The Patriots got creative in the sixth round of the draft by selecting Ohio State defensive back Nate Ebner with the 197th pick. Ebner doesn't have a ton of football experience, but he is a former rugby star. His Ohio State biography said he was the MVP of the Rugby World Cup in 2007 and 2008, and at age 17, he was the youngest person ever to play in the National...
Remember Ohio State running back Maurice Clarett, the guy who challenged the NFL to eliminate the three-year rule for players entering the draft? He was watching ESPN last night and live tweeting the proceedings. The one thing Mo still isn’t good with these days is switching TV channels. As hard as it may seem to believe, we’re kinda in agreement on this one. Why does Kiper...
About half of the Ohio State football team – including senior defensive lineman Johnny Simon (pictured) – traded shoulder pads and helmets for wheelbarrows, shovels, rakes and pitchforks on Friday afternoon to beautify one of the athletics landmarks on campus.
Among Buckeyes with NFL Draft dreams, Nate Ebner's is rather special | cleveland.com:
Mike Adams and DeVier Posey learned where they will begin their professional football careers as the former Buckeyes heard their names called in the second and third round, respectively, of the NFL draft on Friday night.
An Urban Meyer team needs good quarterbacking play to succeed, and the first-year Ohio State head coach was encouraged by what he saw from Buckeye signal callers Braxton Miller and Kenny Guiton in the spring.
Urban Meyer has said he wants more speed for his first Ohio State offense, but there are ways to cope without it. That much is clear in the variety of skill sets possessed by those he identified as the team's best playmakers coming out of spring football.