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Sophomore forward Jared Sullinger recorded his 26th double-double of his young career with 19 points and 12 rebounds as sixth-ranked Ohio State had an easy time routing Nebraska, 71-40, in front of a less-than-sellout crowd of 16,158 at Value City Arena, Tuesday night. The Buckeyes clearly cranked up the...

Meyer's 2012 Buckeyes show promise

A new era for Ohio State football officially started Tuesday morning as Urban Meyer met with his new team. Spring practice is still almost three months away, but the excitement surrounding both Meyer's arrival and Ohio State's chance to move past a tumultous 6-7 season means it's never too early to start looking ahead. The thought of Braxton Miller returning as a sophomore...

Here's Eddie George In His Newest Venture: Julius Caesar

Black Sports Online discovered this clip of former Ohio State & Titans running back Eddie George entering an avenue a little different from playing on the gridiron: playing Julius Caesar in the Nashville Shakepeare Festival's production of Julius Caesar from January 12-29. You can buy tickets online at if you want to see one of the great running backs...

Report: Urban Meyer Bans Ohio State Football Players From Using Twitter

The Ohio State Buckeyes won't be playing in a bowl next season, and they won't be tweeting, either. New head coach Urban Meyer has banned his players from using Twitter, according to a report by Rob Oller. Oller made the report via Twitter. With Ohio State still feeling the effects of violations under head coach Jim Tressel, Meyer is likely trying to make the program look...

No. 6 Ohio St. 71, Nebraska 40

Jared Sullinger had 19 points and 12 rebounds, and No. 6 Ohio State shook off its most recent loss with a 71-40 victory over Nebraska on Tuesday night. The Buckeyes (14-2, 2-1 Big Ten) had little difficulty in their first game since a painful 74-70 defeat at No. 13 Indiana on Saturday. In that loss, the Buckeyes had 17 turnovers and committed 22 fouls. Deshaun Thomas added 15 points...

Video: Doug Lesmerises talks Ohio State basketball

The Ohio State Buckeyes need to cut down on turnovers as they visit Iowa on Saturday. CineSport's Brian Clark and The Plain Dealer's Doug Lesmerises discuss.

Huskers Open Big Ten Slate at Home Against Buckeyes

After two of its most dominating victories of the season last week at the ASU Duals, the No. 14 Nebraska wrestling team returns to action this Friday, Jan. 6, when it opens the Big Ten Conference portion of its schedule against No. 6 Ohio State at 7 p.m. inside the NU Coliseum. The Huskers haven't dropped a dual yet this season by going a perfect 9-0, which is tied for the most...

Ohio State makes night a long one for Nebraska

For a lot of Ohio State fans, the sky fell before the ball did on New Year's Eve. The Buckeyes men's basketball...

Ohio State Football: @UrbanLegendTwitterBan

  Apparently, the story yesterday that Urban Meyer has banned the team from using twitter is false.  News outlets like the, USA Today and, all reported the ban.'s radio broadcast, Front Row Radio, even began their show with a lengthy segment on why they felt the Twitter ban was good for the team.       Yesterday, Ohio State...

Akron's new architect, Terry Bowden, certain that Urban Meyer will win fast at Ohio State: Bill Livingston

New Akron coach Terry Bowden went 11-0 with his first Auburn team in 1993 when the Tigers were on probation. He thinks Urban Meyer, in his first season with probation-bound Ohio State, will win big. And it will happen sooner rather than later.
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