Posted January 26, 2013 on
It didn't take the Ohio State men's hockey team long to pull away from visiting Lake Superior State on Saturday night. Alex Szczechura scored twice in the first four minutes and OSU built a 5-0 first-period lead on the way to a 6-1 win to complete a two-game sweep of the Lakers.
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It was a little bit of something old, something new for the Ohio State hockey team Friday night. The Buckeyes got their usual standout performance from goalie Brady Hjelle while also seeing their flagging offense have an excellent night as they earned a 3-2 win over Lake Superior State in Value City Arena.
Ohio State commit Donovan Munger certainly raised eyebrows within Buckeye Nation last weekend by taking a visit to Florida State. Friday afternoon, Munger gave the latest on his recruitment.
The Columbus Dispatch is reporting Ohio State president E. Gordon Gee told the university’s Athletic Council last December that talks regarding the Big Ten’s further expansion were “ongoing”. On the heels of adding Nebraska, Maryland, and Rutgers it appears the Big Ten is not quite done expanding.
Gee “believes there is movement towards three or four super conferences...
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Guess what? We're talking about Ohio Buckeyes football again today. I truly am a turd for constantly writing about my mortal enemy, but here we are. We wouldn't be talking about them if they ever stopped making news. This time around, old Geno Smiff is trying to sodomize the fans and it's another round of ******** and lies...
Penn State's big three of Nikki Greene, Maggie Lucas and Alex Bentley combined for 45 points as the 8th-ranked Lady Lions rallied from a second-half deficit to beat Ohio State handily on the Buckeyes' home floor on Sunday afternoon.
With less than two weeks until National Signing Day, Ohio State is all but assured of a Top-Five class in 2013. With two official visitors on campus this weekend, and one of the top recruits taking a visit, there are big things happening in Buckeye Land.
Ohio State (14-4, 4-2 in the Big Ten) at Penn State (8-11, 0-7 in the Big Ten) When: Saturday, January 26th at Noon Where: Bryce Jordan Center, University Park, PA. In 2004, Penn State beat the Ohio State Buckeyes. Okay? What’s the big deal? Here’s the big deal: That was the last time Penn State [...]
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Final: (14)Ohio State 65 – Penn State 51 Penn State would lose to those guys from Columbus, falling to 8-12 on the season, and 0-8 in the Big Ten. Ohio State improved to 15-4, and 5-2 in the loaded Big Ten. If there was ever a reason to feel positive after a loss, today might [...]