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It was not a good week for Ohio's two ranked college basketball squads and that is represented in this week's Associated Press Top 25 poll.
Cincinnati (24-5) has fallen four spots from No. 11 to No. 15 after a loss to Connecticut Saturday in which they shot 27 percent from the field.
The verdict was similarly grim for Ohio State (22-8), who has fallen out of the rankings. The Buckeyes dropped two road contests to unranked Big Ten teams, Penn State and Indiana.
Ohio State had previously been ranked at No. 22.
The top three (Florida, Wichita State, Arizona) remain unchanged but the ACC's Duke and Virginia have moved into the fourth and fifth spots respectively.
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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- Urban Meyer prowled the sidelines as always on Ohio State's first day of spring practice, looking fit and engaged just days after surgery to relieve pressure from a cyst on his brain.
Meyer did not seem limited by the operation he had over the weekend to alleviate recurring headaches.
He chatted with players and coaches, yelled out instructions and watched...
Spring football is here, and the Ohio State football team is back on the practice field. The Buckeyes first spring practice was Tuesday and afterwards head coach Urban Meyer gave an update on his health, Braxton Miller and several other subjects.
On the eve of the first day of spring football practice, Ohio State announced football coach Urban Meyer had a short medical procedure over the weekend but is doing well.
The 49-year-old Meyer had a small fluid collection removed to alleviate "intermittent headaches" he had been experiencing in recent weeks. It was related to a congenital arachnoid cyst discovered more...
Although the temperature in Columbus dipped into single digits on Monday night, Ohio State is set to begin spring football practice Tuesday afternoon, and the school announced a few personnel developments before the Buckeyes hit the field.
The most significant was a confirmation of something that was reported in early February: sophomore linebacker Mike Mitchell is no longer practicing...
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Urban Meyer doesn't do anything half speed and has a history of pushing himself too hard, so there's no such thing as a "minor" health scare when it comes to Ohio State's 49-year old head coach.
Last weekend Meyer had a cyst removed from his head in "a short medical procedure," as Ohio State termed it in a Monday night news release...
Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer underwent surgery this past weekend to have a small fluid collection related to a congenital arachnoid cyst removed. Despite his recent procedure, Meyer will be on the field on Tuesday when the Buckeyes kickoff spring practice.
Indiana will be out to make it two wins in a row today when the Hoosiers play host to Ohio State at Assembly Hall at 4 p.m. in a nationally televised game on CBS. This is the only meeting between Indiana and Ohio State this season.
Ohio State started March the same way that it started February -- with a loss. Falling to Indiana by a 72-64 score, the Buckeyes dropped to 9-8 in Big Ten play and now finds themselves in a dangerous predicament heading into the final stretch of the season.
Tom Crean met with the media following Indiana’s 72-64 win over No. 22 Ohio State on Sunday afternoon at Assembly Hall. Watch his postgame comments in the media player below:The post Video: Tom Crean reacts to win over Ohio State appeared first on Inside the Hall | Indiana Hoosiers Basketball News, Recruiting and Analysis.
Urban Meyer underwent what is being described as "a small medical procedure" over the weekend to deal with "intermittent headaches" the Ohio State head coach has been experiencing in recent weeks. The procedure, performed at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, involved removing "a small fluid amount of fluid" connected to a congenital...
Ohio State coach Thad Matta met with the media following his team's 72-64 loss to the Hoosiers on Sunday. Watch it here.
AllHoosiers.com staffer Nolan Blair put together this package of highlights from Sunday's 72-64 victory over Ohio State. Check it out.
Almost a year ago to the day, Indiana and Ohio State met with the Hoosiers needing a win on Senior Night to wrap up the Big Ten title outright. As it turned out that would have to wait a game as the Buckeyes posted a 67-58 victory. Today's game is important for a different set of reasons.
The Hoosiers earned their fourth win over a ranked team on Sunday at Assembly Hall, and they did it without Noah Vonleh. How? Read our full coverage package here.
Ohio State and poor shooting. It’s starting to sound like a broken record. It keeps happening all of the time. In the Buckeyes’ last game against Indiana on Sunday, a […]