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Urban Meyer was thrilled to have a top-notch quarterback on the Ohio State roster in Braxton Miller when he took over. But the head coach has been about equally as thrilled with the development of the No. 2 signal caller, Kenny Guiton, which could allow the OSU offense to thrive in 2012.
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FOX Sports NEXT caught up with Ohio State quarterback Kenny Guiton at the Buckeyes' Media Day. Check out what he has to say about fall camp, Coach Urban Meyer and fellow quarterback Braxton Miller.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Considering he won two national championships in a three-year span, the first in just his second year on the job, following the blueprint he followed at Florida wouldn't be a bad plan for Urban Meyer in his new job at Ohio State.
Not that anybody needs to tell Meyer that.
He's officially just 10 months and fewer than 10 training camp practices into the...
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2011 was: a mediocre, very year in school history. Their defense was good, but overall their offense was terrible. The Buckeyes lost their last four, including a bowl game and finished...
Riverside (Calif.) J.W. North tight end Marcus Baugh committed to Ohio State back in April and took an unofficial visit to the campus last week.
The start of the Ohio State football season is less than three weeks away, and new head coach Urban Meyer met with reporters Saturday and spoke highly of the progress the Buckeyes have made leading into what Meyer called a crucial week of practices.
On Sunday during Ohio State’s Media Day, senior defensive end John Simon and junior defensive tackle Johnathan Haskins fielded questions from reporters. Here’s what they had to say.
Ohio State Freshman Adolphus Washington is ready to get the season going. FOX Sports NEXT caught up with the defensive end to talk about fall camp, adjusting to college and more.
On Friday, Ohio State held their first of four two-a-day practice sessions and then held a single session on Saturday. Today was an off day for the Buckeyes, who posed...
FOX Sports NEXT caught up with Ohio State freshman Joshua Perry at the Buckeyes' Media Day. The linebacker talks about enrolling in January, putting on muscle and his experiences off of the field.
Ohio State football freshmen might look like Oakland Raiders on the practice field with a single black stripe down the center of their gray helmets, but the appearance is actually a way to represent new Buckeyes who have yet to earn the right to be full-fledged members of the team. Read on to find out more about the program.