Posted March 21, 2013 on
Carlos Hyde burst onto the scene in 2012, but the running back thinks he can provide even more production in his senior year. The Buckeye rusher has some impressive goals in his sights, which he detailed recently to BuckeyeSports.com.
BEST OF MAXIM
Thad Matta loves the University of Dayton Arena.
Even though Ohio State hasn't fared all that well there since he's been head coach - never made it out intact in the NCAA tournament - it's still the place for his fondest college memory. It's where he hit a game-winning shot for Butler.
The second-seeded Buckeyes (26-7) open on Friday against Iona (20-13).
Back in September, the Dayton Daily News ran an expense report that detailed how much money Ohio State President Gordon Gee spent on behalf of the university each year. One of the more ridiculous findings was that Gee’s bowtie collection had run the school approximately $64,000.
“The university spends tens of thousands of dollars alone branding Gee around his signature bow ties...
As Ohio State prepares to begin the NCAA Tournament, some have debated just how good this late-charging Buckeye squad is compared to some of Thad Matta's previous teams. BuckeyeSports.com ran some numbers and came up with some conclusions on which Matta squads might be best.
He was the Big Man on Campus at Milton High, the steady force behind three straight Georgia state-title game appearances. The son of former NBA player Charlie Scott was a McDonald's All-American, the higest honor among today's highly-touted recruits.
Shannon Scott worked hard to maximize those God-given gifts and basketball genes. But a funny thing -- or not so funny to Scott...
DAYTON, Ohio - Above and across the bracket from Ohio State, some of college basketball's name programs have been falling.
Friday night, the Buckeyes were too busy soaring to even have to fret about being next.
With No. 15 seed Iona knowing just one speed and determined to keep the game a race it couldn't win, the locked-in, No. 2 seed Buckeyes extended their win streak...
Like many Americans will this week, the nation’s leader took some time out of his day to fill out an NCAA Tournament bracket.
Barack Obama sees Indiana winning the national championship. Louisville, Ohio State and Florida round out his final four. He put Louisville up against Indiana in the final game.
Obama has six upsets in the first round of his bracket. The biggest one he has...
If you happen to be living under a rock, and missed these two dunks, get your popcorn ready.
First, the Sam “Slam” Thompson Dunk from THE Ohio State Buckeyes vs. Iona
Elevation at its finest.
Next up, maybe even more impressive if I’m doing my best to be unbiased (pretty hard, both awesome) is the Chase Fieler dunk from the Florida Gulf Coast bracket destroying upset...
The Ohio State basketball team – the No. 2 seed in the NCAA Tournament's West Region – will face a tough road if it wants to make its second Final Four appearance in as many years. However, this road won't have as many traditional college basketball powers standing in the way.
Bulletin board material has been all over the web this week from the Iona players. They’ve even claimed that the defense they play in practice compares to that of Craft and Scott. These are things I find funny, and you should too. Join the conversation below!
LET’S GO BUCKS!
Former star Ohio State running back Maurice Clarett has set his sights on the 2016 Olympics in Rio, joining the Tiger Rugby Olympic Development Program.
Maurice Clarett was a college football hero 11 years ago when he led the Ohio State Buckeyes to a shocking upset of the heavily favored Miami Hurricanes in the 2002 BCS National Title game. Clarett was the catalyst of the offense for the entire season, and he was only a freshman. But that was the height of his athletic career, as he was dismissed from the program following several...