Posted October 18, 2011 on
Ohio State lost the Big Ten's all-time leader in 3-pointers when Jon Diebler graduated, so they are looking for a new player to step into the position of "scorer". Sophomore Deshaun Thomas could very well fit that spot. Check out Thomas at Ohio State's media day where he discusses what exactly a "scorer" is, plus more.
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It looks like Tosh.0 star Daniel Tosh has found his Halloween costume for this year. And look, he's going as disgraced former Ohio State head football coach Jim Tressel. Actually, Tosh wore this outfit on the latest episode of Tosh.0. Now if we can get him to go on camera wearing a pair of Derek Dooley orange pants, it'd blow the internet up.
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Luke Fickell has seen the wobbly passes from freshman quarterback Braxton Miller, but he's sure the spirals will come more consistently with experience.
Ohio State head football coach Luke Fickell met with the media Tuesday night at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center and touched on several subjects. Click here for the latest on the Buckeyes as they continue to work during their open week.
A week after a nearly unprecedented collapse, Ohio State beat Illinois with a familiar formula of defense and running the ball. We take a look back at how the Buckeyes got back on track and the game this week that could help them get back into Big Ten championship game contention.
Ohio State Men's Basketball Coach Thad Matta discusses if the team feels pressure from the fans after the football team's slow start, how it feels to be ranked so high in the preseason, sophomore leader Jared Sullinger and more.
PD Ohio State reporter says coach has done well in a tough situation, but some areas could have been better.
Ohio State can win despite itself: The Buckeyes are by no means a flashy team but they do two things really well – run the ball and play defense. It’s that formula that helped them beat undefeated Illinois.
Check it out as Kyle Dammeyer of the Ohio State water skiing team suffers a major wipeout at the 2011 NCSWA Nationals. What could be even better than the crash itself you ask? The epic play-by-play call from the announcer.
Former Ohio State coach Jim Tressel is ready to make his NFL debut Sunday at New Orleans.
Among the visitors for Saturday’s game against Ohio State was an Alabama defensive end. Though he is committed to South Florida, he still wanted to give Illinois a fair look. So he took an official visit to campus with his teammate.