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Ohio State's offensive line was a big question mark in spring, but early returns are positive during preseason camp. Line coach Ed Warinner sees a group going through a physical and mental change this August as four players have earned starting spots and two more compete for the fifth.
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One player projected to be a breakout star in 2012 is Ohio State weakside linebacker Ryan Shazier, who turned heads one year ago as a true freshman. Knowing how much he's needed this year, Shazier undertook an impressive workout regime this summer and appears ready to live up to the billing.
Welcome to The Sports Bank 77 in 77. We’re previewing one team a day everyday as the college footballseason approaches. And we’re doing it in rapid fire sequence. Today, the Ohio State Buckeyes
2011 was: a mediocre, very year in school history. Their defense was good, but overall their offense was terrible. The Buckeyes lost their last four, including a bowl game and finished...
The Ohio State football team's offense is still in the learning phase as it tries to adopt Urban Meyer's spread offensive philosophy. Depending on how quickly things are picked up, the Buckeyes offense could either be apt to scoring points in bunches or a unit that struggles to find its full potential. These five players could be the difference.
Katie Bell, a Clintonville native, former Buckeye diver and graduate of The Ohio State university, failed to quality for the finals in the women’s 10-meter...
He passed up Ohio State to come to play at BYU. Out of Oaks Christian High School, Alani Fua was rated the 31st best outside linebacker in the country by Scout. Now, Fua is looking to bring versatility to his game of speed.