Posted July 18, 2013 on
BuckeyeSports.com counts down the days to the Big Ten football media days in Chicago by recounting Ohio State's greatest wins against its Big Ten foes. We continue today with Purdue, a school that has been tough to deal with lately and provided some classics in decades past as well.
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The Davey O’Brien Foundation announced the 2013 Davey O’Brien National Quarterback Award watch list today, and as expected, Ohio State’s junior QB Braxton Miller made the list of the top 34 signal-callers in the nation....
Just a few days ago, Ohio State freshman tight end Marcus Baugh was arrested on charges of underage consumption and carrying a fake identification.
Of course, all college football programs face these kinds of infractions at some point, but this one apparently really set off head coach Urban Meyer and assistant AD Mickey Marotti. According to Kyle Rowland of ElevenWarriors, Meyer...
A storm rolled in on Ohio State special teams coach Kerry Coombs' family vacation, and he had to be ready for any and all instances of trouble, like a Navy Seal.
BuckeyeSports.com finishes our countdown of the Greatest Wins in Ohio State history with the biggest game there is, the Michigan rivalry. Which victory is the Buckeyes' best against their hated rivals? You get to decide.
Don’t wear anything red into the Michigan football building. Just don’t do it. Somebody will ask you to take it off. It doesn’t...
Ohio State hasn't had a first-round draft pick in a while, but that could change this year. One NFL.com draft analyst has both cornerback Bradley Roby and linebacker Ryan Shazier among the top 15 most talented players in the country. However, the Buckeyes have a long way to go to catch Alabama.
It's hard to explain the level of excitement surrounding Ohio State's 2008 recruiting class, and the Brew Crew took Buckeye recruiting to internet heights never realized before. In every sense of the phrase, this was Jim Tressel's "rock star" class.