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Three players suspended for at least Saturday's game at Nebraska because of NCAA violations related to being overpaid while working for a Cleveland-area booster. Numerous Ohio State links.
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COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The show goes on for the Ohio State football program, and it will continue with freshman Braxton Miller as the starting quarterback.
That confirmation came from head coach Luke Fickell Tuesday, three days after he benched Miller late in a loss to Michigan State and a day after athletic director Gene Smith announced three more suspensions for Ohio State players...
I got the opportunity to watch my Ohio State Buckeyes this weekend, and I couldn’t believe what I saw. I can’t remember ever watching an Ohio State game in which they didn’t have a playmaker on the field. Now I will say that the defense came to play. It took them a while to [...]
Keep those Posey and Herron jerseys in the closet for another week, kids. If rumors prove to become news, the suspended Ohio State wide receiver and running back could be on the shelf for yet another week due to…wait for it…
The Columbus Dispatch is reporting that Daniel “Boom” Herron and DeVier Posey will likely miss the contest against one-loss Nebraska...
Today Ohio State released a statement detailing more NCAA violations involving the football program. In the NCAA-addressed report, OSU confirmed that 30-year Buckeye booster Bobby DiGeronimo, who last month was cited for paying Ohio State players at his 2011 Cleveland-based charity event, also “provided five (OSU) student-athletes wages in excess of hours worked. While the student...
Three Ohio State players have been suspended for Saturday's game for accepting too much money for too little work in their summer jobs.
Last year's leading rusher, Daniel Herron, and the top returning receiver, DeVier Posey, along with offensive lineman Marcus Hall will not be permitted to play when the Buckeyes (3-2) play at No. 14 Nebraska on Saturday.
Herron and Posey...
Marvin Fong, The Plain DealerOhio State's DeVier Posey (8) catches a pass.Dennis Dodd of CBSSports.com writes how things are out of control at Ohio State. In this story, Dodd rehashes everything that has gone wrong for the Buckeyes over the past...
Tattoogate? That was just the tip of the iceberg at Ohio State. Dennis Dodd wonders if Columbus is turning into Oklahoma in the 1980s or gangland Chicago in the 1930s, and says AD Gene Smith should have been fired months ago.
The wide receiver talks about being a leader this week and putting Wisconsin behind them.
Here is our first photo gallery from Saturday's 10-7 victory over Ohio State.
Associated PressOhio State's defense will face a challenge trying to contain Nebraska's big-play quarterback, Taylor Martinez (3). CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The game doesn't own the intrigue it would if both teams were 5-0, as each has often been in the...
The hits keep coming at Ohio State, as the latest suspensions keep the attention on a booster with a major presence within the football program.
The No. 19 University of Louisville field hockey team will take a break from BIG EAST Conference play with a midweek matchup at No. 20 Ohio State Tuesday, Oct. 4 at 3 p.m.