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Ohio State Buckeyes
COLUMBUS, Ohio - It's always football season at Ohio State.
Rules and circumstances have kept Urban Meyer off the practice field for 103 days, but that ends Tuesday with the official start of Meyer's second spring practice.
He'll be on the accelerator.
Much has changed since last spring, when Meyer and most of the assistant coaches were new to the job. The offense was new, and so were many of the players. New standards were implemented in addition to the new schemes and styles.
This time around, so much is new on the periphery. Ohio State just happened to go 12-0 in its bowl-banned year, turning a presumed learning curve into a launching pad. The Buckeyes were flawed but unbeaten, far from perfect but on the improve throughout the last half of the season. A group of experienced leaders has departed, and Meyer has added another star-studded recruiting class. Most of those recruits won't be around until the summer, but the spring provides the opportunity for pla...
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One month after Ohio State revealed its new athletic logo, the football team made a subtle change to its jersey font. In a recent issue of Sports Illustrated, Braxton Miller was photographed wearing the updated uniform.
The crew at Eleven Warriors was among the first to notice the “triangular serif” on Miller’s no. 5 jersey. Before and after pictures from the site are available...
Ohio State has hung a new banner in the Woody Hayes Center just in time form Spring practice. The Buckeyes went 12-0 this in 2012 and were one of only two undefeated teams at the end of the season. Because of NCAA sanctions, Ohio State was not allowed to participate in either the Big Ten Championship Game or a bowl game.
Ohio State schedule calls Michigan...
Ohio State confirmed shortly after Tuesday's practice that redshirt freshman defensive end Sevon Pittman, who was not present, has been granted his release from the team.
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By RUSTY MILLER AP Sports Writer New year, new look, some regrets but high hopes.
That's what the Ohio State Buckeyes face as they open spring practices on Tuesday.
Many of the team's best-known and most talented players return from last year's 12-0, turnaround season, including Sports Illustrated cover boy Braxton...
All credit goes to the kid who made in on YouTube, this is a GREAT OSU pump-up video. Makes me ready for football season to start, and even more pumped for tonight’s game against Indiana. Hopefully the basketball team comes out with the kind of energy Buckeye fans get from these videos. Let’s Go Bucks!
The Ohio State football team was on postseason probation this past year, otherwise they would have been playing in the Big Ten Championship game and possibly the National Championship game. Regardless, they finished the season 12-0 and have now added a banner to the Woody Hayes Center, just in time for the first spring practice. Not a bad accomplishment for Urban Meyer in his...
Two weeks ago, the Ohio State basketball team suffered an embarrassing 71-49 blowout at Wisconsin, a loss that sent the Buckeyes to fifth place in the Big Ten race and little hope of earning a share of their fourth consecutive Big Ten crown. Three victories later - and some upsets elsewhere - and OSU is rejuvenated by its new life.
Spring has sprung -- at least it has in the Woody Hayes Athletic Center. The Ohio State football team staged two-plus hours of practice as it began its allotment of 15 spring practices, and there was a lot to like in the eyes of head coach Urban Meyer.
Rules are here, for those unfamiliar.
Standings through sixteen games are here. (Note: Everyone who made a pick the first game was added to the spreadsheet even if they didn’t get the pick correct. After that game, only new people that got a correct pick were added to the spreadsheet. As a result, some people might not see their names on the spreadsheet if they didn’t pick the...
It's officially spring practice time in Columbus, and if the Buckeyes are to contend for the Big Ten and national titles in 2013, the team must find some key replacements on the defensive side of the ball for some departed starters. BuckeyeSports.com takes a look at the situation.
Tom Crean met with the media following Indiana’s 67-58 loss to Ohio State on Tuesday night at Assembly Hall.
Watch and listen to his postgame comments in the embedded media player below:
The Buckeyes head to Bloomington for a B1G showdown with title implications. The Bucks have been playing well as of late, and look to upset the Hoosiers and really shake up the Big Ten standings. Join us in chatting about the game, and LET’S GO BUCKS!