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Former Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson won the EA Sports fan vote earlier this year to appear on the cover of NCAA Football 14. While the fans clearly felt he was deserving of the honor, the victory may hurt sales among Buckeye nation. Several Ohio State players have expressed their displeasure over a Michigan player being [...]
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Grant Reed, a 12-year-old cancer patient and huge Ohio State fan, named his brain tumor "Michigan" as a way to motivate himself to fight the disease.
We try not taking sides in the Ohio St/Michigan rivalry, but as of today, we are big fans of the Buckeyes. That’s because a 12-year-old boy is beating cancer, which he nicknamed, ‘Michigan.’ Back in 2011, Grant Reed, named his cancer after that school from up North after being diagnosed with a brain tumor. It didn’t take long for the big Buckeyes fan to give the nickname...
12-year-old Grant Reed, the son of two Ohio State graduates, named his cancerous tumor “Michigan” after the school which undoubtedly was Reed’s biggest enemy in life before his illness.
14 months ago Reed was diagnosed with cancer, and on Friday he was released from Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus after receiving his final chemotherapy session. It...
Chris Fields has been a bit of an enigma for the Ohio State Buckeyes. The fifth year senior has flown under-the-radar for the Buckeyes yet, has also made some very meaningful contributions to Buckeye lore. He is a frustrating, but equally gratifying story.
Fields came to Ohio State in 2009 from Harvey High School in Painesville, Ohio, as a highly coveted receiver. The 2009 Lake County...
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Ohio State fans know they should be excited for the 2013 football season. At least, I hope so. For those who aren’t exactly sure why 2013 should be a memorable one for the Buckeyes, here are the top eight reasons that any Ohio State fan should be counting down the days until the first game (53).
8. Carlos Hyde
As the 2012 season went on, defenses began...
Jabrill Peppers (photo credit: Saed Hindash/The Star-Ledger)
Michigan Football’s 2014 recruiting class is already considered by the recruiting services as one of the best in the nation. A big reason for that is the commitment of the #2 ranked player in the country, Jabrill Peppers. He is an elite talent and has an elite personality to go along with his NFL skills. Peppers is writing...
Corey “Philly” Brown has his nickname for three reasons. One, is that there are two Corey Brown’s on the roster. Two is that both of them are from the state of Pennsylvania and three is that Philly is from the Philadelphia area. The other Corey Brown is from Pittsburgh and the players refer to him as “Pitt”.
This year could feel like deja vu when we had a really...
No rear view mirror for this offense.
In the recent years of Ohio State football, except for 2011, the days of “three yards and a cloud of dust” have gone by the wayside. In its place are five-wide formations on third and short, spread offensive sets, H-back motions and first down passes. Heck, they go exclusively out of the shotgun. Obviously, with the current administration...