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With the season complete, we highlight some of the numbers the Buckeyes compiled during their 12-0 campaign. Urban Meyer's first team came close to setting a few different school records while improving significantly on offense from last season.
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Last night, the 2nd-ranked Duke beat Ohio State by the score of 73-68 and Miles Plumlee nearly brought the Cameron Crazies to their knees with this one-handed alley-oop:
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- The Ohio Supreme Court has suspended for a year the law license of an attorney whose emails to Jim Tressel triggered an ongoing scandal and NCAA investigation that cost the coach his job at Ohio State.
At issue was whether Columbus attorney Christopher Cicero violated professional rules of conduct that prohibit revealing information from meetings with a client...
Despite falling behind by as many as 10 points, Duke battled back to beat a third Top 5 opponent on the season, downing Ohio State 73-68.
The Blue Devils will look to avenge last year's blowout loss in Columbus as the Buckeyes invade Cameron Indoor tonight.
Fresh off their tournament victory in the Bahamas, the Blue Devils return to action in Cameron Indoor Stadium against Ohio State as part of the annual ACC/Big10 Challenge. A season ago the Buckeyes beat Duke soundly in Columbus, 85-63.
The No. 4 Ohio State basketball team knew it would find out plenty about itself after Wednesday night's game at Duke. After falling 73-68 to the Blue Devils, the Buckeyes return home having plenty to sure up before it takes the floor on Saturday. For the full recap, go inside.
The No. 4 Ohio State basketball team traveled to Duke for its biggest test of the young season, and the Buckeyes had the Blue Devils on the ropes before losing a second-half lead and fulling 73-68 in Cameron Indoor Stadium. Inside is a complete list of observations from the team's most recent game.
Three future Ohio State football players will attempt to win state championships this weekend, and two will face each other. Read on to find out more in this edition of "Friday Night Lights: Look Ahead."
Notre Dame has taken care of business every weekend. They have an offense that scores enough to win, while the defense stops the run. This reminds me of those late millennium Buckeye teams that looked great until the BCS Championship Game - then things went south up against the SEC teams. Well, here we go again. Alabama will take away anything that Notre Dame has on offense...
As one of the top quarterback prospects in the 2014 recruiting class Drew Barker has seen his share of game day visits. The latest one for the Hebron (KY) Conner product was this past Saturday when he visited Ohio State.
Despite what some pollsters think, the Ohio State football team should be rewarded for its perfect season. See what we mean along with the regular features: This Week In College Football History, news and notes from Around The Country and the Fearless Forecast.
Ohio State will only be able to have 82 players on scholarship this season, and things could be sticky with the numbers. How will things shake out this recruiting season?
6-foot-4, 280 pound offensive tackle made his way to Columbus to watch Ohio State take on Michigan. Check out how the visit went for the junior.