Posted December 28, 2012 on
A trio of five-star freshmen stood out as talented youngsters on the Ohio State defensive line in 2012. But with four starters leaving the squad after the season, Noah Spence, Tommy Schutt and Adolphus Washington will be counted on for much more as sophomores.

Buckeyes win them all but still get left behind

Jack Mewhort loves college football. Yet he likely won't go out of his way to watch a single bowl game in the coming days. What's the point, the thoughtful, red-haired Ohio State offensive lineman says, not really seeking an answer. ''Now that the season is over, you can sit around and think to yourself a little bit,'' he said in a voice a lot softer than...

Campbell denies Buckeyes; will face RMU in the championship round

Freshman Jay Campbell made 29 saves, Curtis McKenzie scored his sixth goal of the season, and No. 5 Miami University held on to defeat Ohio State 1-0 to advance to the championship game of the Three Rivers Classic.Williams was spectacular early for the 12-3-4 Redhawks and he had to be.  Ohio State dominated play in the first period and controlled much of the second period.  Yet...

Ohio State and Under Armour Week

Participants will gather in Orlando this coming Sunday for a week of practice leading up to the Under Armour All-American game on January 4th. There will be several Buckeye commits and targets on display all week, as well as notable underclassmen showing their skills in the Junior Combine. will be on-hand to cover all the action.

Buckeyes Blast Rams 88-50

Tayler Hill, Aleksandra Dobranic and Raven Ferguson all scored in double figures as Ohio State crushed VCU in women's college basketball action Thursday night in snow-covered Columbus.

Bank Blog: 2014 In-State Recruiting

Now that Ohio State has landed the first commitment of the 2014 class, let's take a very early look at what in-state juniors could be in line for offers. Although this type of look is always best done after National Signing Day, here is a quick glance at the top Ohio juniors.

Williams Hopes To Get Past Mental Struggles

Ohio State center Amir Williams seems to boast the physical tools needed to be the Buckeyes' next dominant force in the paint. However, the 6-11, 250-pound sophomore has remained behind Evan Ravenel on the depth chart despite coming into this season as the favorite to be OSU's starting big man. Williams feels as if his mental struggles could be the reason for that.

OSU Closes Nonconference With Rout

The No. 10 Ohio State basketball team finished out its nonconference slate with a 87-44 blowout of Chicago State. The Buckeyes (10-2) will host Nebraska in the Big Ten opener on Saturday. For a complete recap of the Buckeyes most recent win, go inside.
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