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Thrust into a starting role as a freshman, only now is Braxton Miller really getting an idea of what he can truly do as Ohio State's quarterback.
Not too surprisingly, Miller is clearly the centerpiece of the Buckeyes' offense as they go through spring drills.
Coach Urban Meyer says Miller's progress as a quarterback was slowed because of the early responsibility thrown upon him while the Buckeyes labored through a miserable 6-7 season two years ago. Miller carried last year's team, at least for the first half of the season, as Ohio State posted a surprising 12-0 record.
Now the junior says he's learning a lot and improving daily.
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Ohio State won their Sweet 16 matchup against Arizona 73-70 and there was not a person rooting harder for Ohio State than one of their trombone players in the pep band.
Blow and yank my friend. Blow and yank.
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Arizona is set to face Ohio State on Thursday. Read on for a complete positional breakdown, including a score prediction.
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This morning’s top five stories from around the web:
1. LaQuinton Ross sent Ohio State through to the Elite Eight.
2. Syracuse’s zone frustrated Indiana to no end.
3. Doug Gottlieb isn’t good at making jokes.
4. UCLA wants Brad Stevens.
5. Marquette blew out Miami to set up an all-Big East East Region final.
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The best game from last night's slew of 2013 NCAA men's basketball tournament came between Ohio State and the University of Arizona.
After Ohio State's LaQuinton Ross helped sent the Buckeyes to the Elite Eight with his game-winner, one notable Ohio celebrity celebrated the win in the stands at Staples Center.
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Last Sunday Aaron Craft hit a game winning three point shot to give the Buckeyes the win. This time it was LaQuinton Ross’s turn. With Ohio State and Arizona tied at 70, Craft found Ross off a pick and roll and Ross buried the three pointer.
The three gave the Buckeyes the 73-70 lead with 2.4 seconds left, and the Buckeyes held on.
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By Ari WassermanBuckeyeSports.com
LOS ANGELES, CA - One of the most iconic teams in the history of Ohio States basketball program could have instead been known as great underachievers.
And it would have been because of Sean Miller.
As it stands, the 2006-07 Ohio State team led by eventual first-round NBA Draft selections Greg Oden and Mike Conley Jr. will forever live in Buckeye...
Ohio State's Sweet 16 matchup with Arizona is tonight, and to get you ready for the game, our Ari Wasserman made an appearance on "All Bets Are Off" to break down the Buckeyes' hot play and the matchup with the Wildcats.
Ohio State defensive lineman Michael Bennett intends to show his strong performance to end last season against Michigan was just a hint of things to come. He enters his junior season trying to hold down a tackle spot and lead some of his younger teammates as well.
Teams like Ohio State, Florida, and Alabama will always produce talented players that will get so much exposure with the national television audiences they have every week.Scouts, analysts, general managers, and amateur bloggers alike will know the big names by heart and be able to pull up multiple game films on each player.But what we don't see are the area scouts out combing...
Fifth-year senior safety Corey Brown has yet to make a big impact for the Ohio State football team, but he was recently described by head coach Urban Meyer as a possible player to follow the path of Reid Fragel - a player to have a breakout campaign in his final year.
Arizona lost to Ohio State on Thursday. Read on for news and notes on why the Wildcats could not get it done.
A decorated linebacker at Ohio State, new Purdue linebackers coach Marcus Freeman has enjoyed plenty of success in the game of football. Now, he hopes to help build a winning culture at Purdue.
Arizona went down in the Sweet 16 last night to the Ohio State Buckeyes, sending Arizona home for the offseason and Ohio State to an Elite Eight matchup with Wichita State. Bryan Doherty, the loyal Wildcats supporter on TSHQ spent most of the night in sorrow and felt it was appropriate to give one final goodbye to his team including a group of seniors who did their best to turn the program around.
All the top receivers wanted a chance to go against Damon Webb, and the Ohio State commit showed why he's so highly regarded.