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The Ohio State football team scored 40 points in its season-opening victory vs. Buffalo but Urban Meyer and the Buckeyes want to find better results on the offensive side of the football.
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Sure, LeBron James never attended an institute of higher learning, nor did he play college basketball for any school, let alone at THE Ohio State University, that has not prevented the Buckeyes from given the Akron, Ohio, native his very own stall in the basketball team’s locker room. Ohio State is among the schools, Kentucky […]The post LeBron James given his own locker in Ohio...
LeBron James, once a high school phenom, didn’t go to college…thus, he didn’t play college basketball. But that hasn’t stopped the Ohio State Buckeyes from giving LeBron a locker stall inside their brand new basketball locker room.
Why? Well, they say it’s because James has given so much branded gear to the university that they want to be able to show it to recruits. It...
Sorry Buckeyes fans, LeBron James gave up his college eligibility long ago to pursue a career in the NBA – a decision that seems to have worked out pretty well. But that doesn’t mean he can’t have an honorary locker at Ohio State, apparently.
Ohio State gave tours of its new basketball facility today, and while there are numerous state-of-the-art features, the LeBron locker...
After being suspended for the opening game, Ohio State cornerback Bradley Roby and backup running back Rod Smith return to the lineup this week.
Whether they start and play a lot or are eased back into the depth chart will be determined in the days leading up to the Buckeyes' game Saturday against San Diego State.
Coaches and teammates say both Roby and Smith were active and...
Before you can be a starter let alone a star at Ohio State, you have to put on a hard hat, collect your lunch pail and join those sweating it out on special teams.
Almost every well-known Buckeye has played his way onto the first team based on what he did on the grunt squads that are neither offense nor defense. Several probably have cost themselves a starting job by not committing...
The Ohio State Buckeyes, coming off a 40-20 win over Buffalo on Saturday, dropped one spot in the Associated Press college football poll to No. 3, but remained ranked second in the USA Today coaches’ […]
There are a few changes from last week: - Sophomore Chase Farris was listed as the backup to senior left guard Andrew Norwell last week. But with the injury to sophomore Tommy Schutt, Farris moves […]
By JEFF SEEMAN
LeBron James is bringing his talents to... Columbus?
Technically, the two-time NBA champion is not going to be playing for Ohio State, but he now has a locker in the Buckeyes' locker room.
Ohio State has added the locker with James' name and hometown for several reasons - one of which is that the team has a large supply of team-branded LBJ material.
Celtic Jared Sullinger just walked into courtroom wearing a grey Buckeyes t-shirt, for his alma mater, Ohio State.
— David Abel (@davabel) September 3, 2013
Thanks to David Abel, Jay King, Julie Loncich, and Jack Harper on Twitter, we have a report of Jared Sullinger's arraignment on charges of assault and battery, malicious destruction of property and witness intimidation...
We see what you are doing here, Urban Meyer. Ever the ultimate tactician in recruiting, Meyer has added LeBron James' name to the Ohio State locker room.
Galion (OH) junior safety Cario Davison was one of the unofficial visitors at Ohio State's opening win over Buffalo last Saturday. Although not as well known as some of Ohio's top 2015 prospects, Davison is a player to watch.
Check out a first look of Ohio State's new basketball practice facilities and weight room via Marcus Hartman and Ben Axelrod.
If LeBron James had gone to college, he has said he would have played for Ohio State. A Buckeyes fan his entire life, the team even dons LeBron-endorsed Nike gear. And the OSU football locker room has a new addition this season, a locker dedicated to the Heat star.
Here's a look at some of the Ohio State recruiting events and notes from the past week.