Posted April 22, 2012 on
With one Spring Game at Ohio State in the books, Ohio State Coach Urban Meyer gives his initial thoughts on the how his Buckeyes did.
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CANTON, Ohio - University of Michigan Football Coach Brady Hoke doesn't mind the 365-day a year nature of his team's rivalry with Ohio State.
And though Hoke insists he's not caught up in minor details or concerned with what Ohio State might do off the football field, he apparently does ask for accuracy.
Asked Monday after a speaking engagement in Canton what he thought...
The wait was finally over. Buckeye fans across the nation would get to see their beloved Ohio State football team in action for the first time under head coach and two time national champion Urban Meyer. And although coach Meyer did not show all of his cards on offense, nor was the defense as stout as one might have hoped, all in attendance had to be pleased as the clock wound...
Miller time in Columbus.
It’s hard to sum up the action in the Ohio St. spring game today better than our buddy Ramzy Nasrallah of Eleven Warriors did:
No-huddle. Misdirection. Pump-fakes. *pants tightening*
— Ramzy Nasrallah (@ramzyn) April 21, 2012
More than 80,000 spectators showed up for their first look at the team and the wizardry of new coach Urban Meyer’s unique...
Rod Smith ran for a 7-yard touchdown in the final minutes and Christian Bryant made it stand up with a late interception to lead the Scarlet to a 20-14 victory over the Gray in Ohio State's annual spring scrimmage, which featured a first glimpse of new coach Urban Meyer's hurry-up offense.
The crowd was announced as 81,112 on a misty, overcast day at Ohio Stadium, although...
Quarterback Braxton Miller threw for 258 yards and true freshman Michael Thomas gathered in 12 catches for 131 yards as the Scarlet scored a 20-14 victory in Urban Meyer's first spring game as head coach at Ohio State.
Ohio State continues to add highly-rated recruits to their 2013 recruiting class, and Monday saw the Buckeyes land Joey Bosa. The five-star defensive end pledged to the Buckeyes following a weekend appearance at their spring game.
It was announced today that the Buckeye basketball team will get their first and possibly only recruit for the 2012 class, as Findlay Prep HS (Nev.) guard Amedeo Della Valle announced that he will be a Buckeye next season. Della Valle is a 6’5″, 185-pound guard with point guard experience at the high school level. Known as a sharpshooter, ADV also displays a strong handle and...
Patrick Maks is back, this time, checking in from the Ohio State Scarlet and Grey game. For his take on the onset of spring ball, you’ll want to click here. For his take on this past weekend, read on and as always, do enjoy.
Credit: John Kuntz / The Plain Dealer
As Urban Meyer led Ohio State on to the field in the Horseshoe Saturday afternoon, I half expected dramatic theme music...
The commitment of Joey Bosa to Ohio State is the end of a whirlwind last week for the five-star defensive end. Bosa pledged to the Buckeyes after his second visit in a week's time, and he talked to Scout.com about his decision.
On a rainy Saturday afternoon, fans got a chance to check out Urban Meyer and the rest of the Ohio State Buckeyes during their Spring Game. While the Scarlet team defeated the Gray squad 20-14, the true winners of the day were the fans. Jeff Svoboda and Simone Scott recap the game.
Tony Parker will pick between UCLA, Georgia, Duke, Kansas, Ohio State and Memphis on Monday.
The Ohio State football program got yet another commitment after a successful recruiting weekend surrounding the team's spring game. That commitment came in the former of Wilson (N.C.) Hunt defensive end/linebacker Lewis Neal. More inside.
Corey Smith continues to receive recruiting attention from some of the nation's top programs, and Saturday saw the East Mississippi Community College wide receiver visit Ohio State. How did things go with the Buckeyes?