Posted April 17, 2013 on
Spring football might be over at Ohio State, but OSU assistants met with the media Wednesday afternoon at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center to discuss the state of the football Buckeyes. Check out our thread on the Ask the Insiders message board for the latest news.
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Three weeks after signing a long-term contract extension at the University of Washington, Kevin McGuff came home to become the new women's basketball coach at Ohio State.
Ohio State, which announced the hiring Tuesday, didn't disclose terms of McGuff's contract. Washington said his buyout would be $1.75 million.
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A month after he was fired for the first time in his life, former Ohio State coach Jim Foster isn't done yet.
Foster, who won 783 games and will be inducted into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame in June, says he's looking into the possibility of returning as a college head coach for a 36th season.
Since being dismissed by Ohio State after an 18-13 season - his first...
Can Braxton Miller be the best player in college football? After a dazzling season last year, Braxton Miller (2,039 passing yards, 15 TDs; 227 attempts, 1524 rushing yards, 13 TDs in 2012) can be described as having tremendous upside at the QB position, once his game is taken to the next level, hopefully this upcoming season. In the right environment under Urban Meyer...
Be careful, if you are one of the estimated 1,100 student-athletes and employees at Ohio State, because you are being watched by big brother and big sister. No, we aren't talking about physical spying or cameras everywhere (although the latter is likely at all athletic facilities to begin with), rather we are talking about OSU hiring an outside firm to monitor all players...
Spring football is over, but the positive vibe surrounding Ohio State football remains.
Being undefeated, as the Buckeyes were under unique circumstances last season, helps that. Bringing back nine offensive starters and having highly-recruited and regarded young players to fill holes helps, too.
With Urban Meyer as CEO and Braxton Miller at quarterback, expectations are very high...
It might be a stretch to say there's a new Braxton Miller in town, but teammates and coaches noticed the Ohio State quarterback took on a more vocal role this spring. That's good news for a team that hopes to take the next step in 2013.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- Kevin McGuff is the new women's basketball coach at Ohio State, three weeks after signing a contract extension with the University of Washington.
Ohio State announced the hiring Tuesday.
The 43-year-old McGuff, who spent nine years as the head coach at Xavier before winning 41 games the last two seasons with the Huskies, follows Jim Foster, who was fired...
Ohio State finally settled on a leader for its women's basketball program Tuesday with the hiring of Kevin McGuff, formerly of Washington. McGuff made his name in the Midwest as an assistant at Notre Dame and head coach at Xavier.
Before Ohio State's Spring Game, the players gathered on the field to participate in their "Circle Drill."
The people entrusted with coaching Ohio State's offense are sleeping better this year.
A year ago, they were tormented every night by what a debacle they might have on their hands.
Instead, the Buckeyes got better, got a few breaks and got a lot of help from an inspired defense to put up a surprising 12-0 season.
Now, with just two starters missing from the offensive side...
With the Spring Game in the books, Buckeye Sports Bulletin's Marcus Hartman and Jeff Svoboda analyze Ohio State's defense with FOX Sports NEXT's Simone Scott.
The Big Ten is heavy at the top when it comes to quarterbacks this season, as Ohio State’s Braxton Miller, Nebraska’s Taylor Martinez and Michigan’...
After losing Etienne Sabino, the Ohio State football team was in dire need of identifying a playmaking linebacker this spring. Curtis Grant, who lost his starting spot three games into last season, could finally be emerging as the player most figured he'd be coming out of high school as a five-star prospect. Will he hold onto this spot this time? He thinks so.
Ohio State's Reid Fragel's check in at No. 16 overall in the OT rankings for the '13 draft. He are the guys that land in spots 16-30 in part two of the FoxSportsNext/Scout.com tackle rankings.
O'Fallon (Ill.) four-star defensive end Dewayne Hendrix talks about his recent Ohio State offer, upcoming visits, spring evaluation visitors and when he may make a decision.