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BOSTON -- As far as falls go, Jared Sullinger's ended with a soft landing. Sullinger watched with a mixture of disbelief and amusement as his named tumbled down the draft board on Thursday. As NBA teams ran away and hid after the league issued a red flag over the purported medical issues with his back, Sullinger claimed he was unconcerned. All the former Ohio State standout wanted was an opportunity, and whoever chose him would be getting a hard-working power forward who was once projected as a top-five draft pick. Sullinger was beaming Monday, when he made his first appearance...
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The Celtics have officially signed their draft class. The team announced that it has signed Jared Sullinger, Fab Melo and Kris Joseph. Terms of the deals were not disclosed. Sullinger was selected 21st overall out of Ohio State. He was named the 2011 Big Ten Freshman of the Year and quickly rose to stardom, becoming a consensus top five or top 10 pick in the process. But injury concerns...
COLUMBUS, Ohio –In a case of never knowing where danger lies, Ohio State RB Jordan Hall will be out of the saddle for 10 weeks.
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Ohio State RB Hall Could Miss the Start of the Season or Morephoto credit: cleveland.com
Over the weekend the news broke that Ohio State running back Jordan Hall cut his foot and could miss up to ten weeks. Now sources are saying that Hall may not be available until Week 3 of the season. The Buckeyes according to these sources are willing to red shirt Hall if they feel his recovery...
College athletes need to learn to take better care of their feet. If Lieutenant Dan from “Forrest Gump” heard some of the injury stories we have shared with you over the past year or so, he’d probably have a panic attack. The latest NCAA foot injury victim is Ohio State running back Jordan Hall, who recently underwent surgery after suffering a bad cut while walking through...
Ohio State beat out numerous top programs for one of the top interior defensive linemen in the country when they landed Michael Hill last week. The new Buckeye commit has a bright future.
Although he might not have been a highly-rated player at the time of Ohio State's two-day position camp in June, Detroit Cass Tech linebacker Gary Hosey certainly established himself as a prospect to watch in the 2014 class. FoxSportsNext has more on Hosey.