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FOX Sports' Simone Scott caught with Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller at Big Ten Media Day to discuss the upcoming season, what he's working on and more.
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Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller was probably the most decorated player at Big Ten Media Days. And as such he was getting a lot of love from the local media, who were tossing him some softball questions. To be fair, I did hear one reporter jokingly say to him: “only 20 more minutes of torture,” denoting the time remaining in the media session.
I got a good laugh out of that...
First, the world was convinced that Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde punched a woman this past Friday night at a bar in Columbus. Then, we heard that the surveillance video showed nothing of the sort. Now, we’re hearing that Hyde “slapped” the woman. You can’t make this stuff up.
Fox 8 News’ Gabe Spiegel, who has been covering the story from its inception, just tweeted...
Columbus nightclub video footage appears to clear Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde of allegedly hitting a woman, Yahoo! Sports is reporting.
Footage from the Sugar Bar 2 shows that Hyde, who was suspended from the team indefinitely Monday by coach Urban Meyer after being named a person of interest in the investigation, did not touch the alleged victim during the incident early...
Local news rarely if ever disappoints. Even when, as is the case here, there's a story of some importance for local news to cover. Did or did not starting Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde punch, hit, or slap a girl at a club?
Thus far, stories have differed.
On Monday Hyde was suspended from the team -- the Columbus-Dispatch reported that he'd been dismissed, but that...
Carlos Hyde is dismissed from the Ohio State Buckeyes football team. The cause? He PUNCHED A GIRL. And not just any girl but a policeman’s daughter. This should get interesting.
Turns out, Columbus nightclub video footage appears to clear Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde of allegedly hitting a woman, Yahoo! Sports is reporting.
The video from...
Ohio State coach Urban Meyer says he will make a decision about running back Carlos Hyde once he evaluates the facts surrounding the case.
The school announced Monday that Hyde and three other players had been disciplined. Hyde was suspended indefinitely after he was named a person of interest in an investigation into an alleged assault of a woman at a downtown Columbus bar.
Is Urban Meyer really trying to run a clean program or is that just to give the appearance of a clean program?
You make the call.
Urban Meyer is putting his program at Ohio State on notice, the players will either fall in line, face harsh discipline, and possible dismissal.
Or at least that’s what he wants you to think.
Meyer faced the music on Wednesday after enduring weeks of criticism for his programs constantly being enthralled in off the field arrest.
prior to arriving at Big 10 Media Day, Meyer was...
Ohio State's quarterback is coming back from a historic season, but you might never know it from talking to him. Though he remains as laid-back as ever in the interview room, he says he has developed into the leader his head coach wants at his position.
Since Florida pounded Ohio State 41-14 at the conclusion of the 2006 season, the SEC has dominated college football. The SEC has claimed the last seven BCS titles with the last two and three of the last four going to Alabama. With the 2013 college football season now roughly a month away, here are the [...]
Buckeye Sports Bulletin's Ari Wasserman and FOX Sports NEXT's Simone Scott discuss Ohio State on Day 1 of Big Ten Media Day.
The past few weeks have been filled with talk of major NCAA change, and count Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith among those who are happy to see some issues are being met head-on.
On Wednesday, Ohio State head football coach Urban Meyer addressed a crowd of about 500 reporters at the Big Ten Media Day inside the International Ballroom of the Chicago Hilton. Here’s what Coach Meyer had...
Urban Meyer didn't take the blame for his players' legal troubles
at Ohio State and Florida. But for once, he didn't ignore them.
With the start of fall camp only a few weeks away, Ohio State will host their last recruiting tool of the summer with this week's Friday Night Lights Camp. Where is the 2014 recruiting effort currently trending?