Found July 28, 2013 on The Victory Formation:
PLAYERS: Jim Tressel
Maurice Clarett, the former star Ohio State Buckeyes running back who was suspended and eventually released from his scholarship and the school after filing a false police report and totaling $20,000 in benefits apparently doesn't hold any hard feelings towards the man that brought him to the school. Clarrett either immortalized Jim Tressel, the former OSU head coach, with a tattoo on his arm or found it on a fan. It is amazing work. From reeseclarrett13 Instagram: The irony in this, of course, is that tattoos ended up being the undoing of the Tressell era in Columbus, as players traded personal memorabilia to obtain tattoos of their own. Full circle, baby. H/T BLS

Ohio State Coach Profile – Tim Hinton

  A native of Amanda, Ohio, Tim Hinton is in his 32nd year of coaching and/or recruiting in the State of Ohio and is entering his second at Ohio State as the Tight Ends and Fullbacks coach. Prior to Ohio State, Hinton was the running backs coach at Notre Dame under Brian Kelly, whom he worked with at the University of Cincinnati. This is Hinton’s second stint on the Ohio State...

Ohio State Player Profile: Jordan Hall

Hall, NOT Harvin Who would’ve known you could get injured while merely walking in your back yard? Apparently it’s possible, even when it involves top-tier athletes, because that’s exactly what happened to Ohio State fifth-year Senior running back Jordan Hall. He accidentally stepped on a piece of glass last summer, causing him to miss the entire fall camp and severely hampering...

Ohio State Football 2013: 10 Things You Need To Know

The Ohio State Buckeyes have had some off the field problems during the 2013 offseason.  Leading to the public and media labeling Urban Meyer as "soft" on discipline.  Look for the Buckeyes to move on from the offseason.10. Ohio State once again has the "Little Sisters of the Poor" on their schedule.Former OSU President Gordan Gee once called TCU and Boise...

Ohio State Player Profile – Nick Vannett

When Urban Meyer walked through the doors at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center on campus at The Ohio State University, everyone knew that the offense would look completely different. The ‘I’ formation would be long gone and the Buckeyes would be exclusively in the shotgun, eliminating the need for fulltime fullback. But what did that mean for the tight end position? Contrary to...
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