FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- Health has become a big issue for Ohio State during its week in South Florida, and that was no different Wednesday when head coach Urban Meyer met with reporters.
On the bright side, middle linebacker Curtis Grant is healthy after battling a back injury in the second half of the season, but that was overshadowed by a less-than-promising prognosis for All...
With the Orange Bowl four days away, Ohio State is facing the possibility of taking on a high-power Clemson offense with a significantly short-handed defense.
Luke Fickell, the Buckeyes' defensive coordinator, told reporters Monday morning that All-Big Ten cornerback Bradley Roby and middle linebacker Curtis Grant are both battling injuries while rush end Noah Spence continues...
Ohio State has moved through its nonconference schedule at 4-0, but a lot will be learned as the Buckeyes begin the league slate this weekend about Wisconsin. Players like Curtis Grant will be tested both on the field against Wisconsin's rushing attack and between the ears in what could be a stiff test.
Ohio State linebacker Curtis Grant knows what it's like to be in the spotlight - and then to be overlooked.
Now that he's finally the starting middle linebacker for the No. 3 Buckeyes, he appreciates how far he's come from acclaimed recruit to disappointment and now back to valued veteran.
''It feels real good,'' he said this week during preparations...
All week long, we have been bringing you extensive looks into the linebacker position for 2013. We looked at some of the young guys, as well as the two leaders of the group: Ryan Shazier and Curtis Grant. Those two are going to have to lead a core of young talent into battle this season. The vets are going to need each young LB one to contribute if the Buckeyes want to remain undefeated...
The Man in the Middle
Urban Meyer, Luke Fickell, and Everett Withers have all said it, Curtis Grant was one of the most impressive players in Ohio State’s spring football season. Given his lofty status as a recruit when showing up in Columbus, that statement should not be all that surprising. However, if you would have asked most Buckeyes, including coaches, what their opinions...
After losing Etienne Sabino, the Ohio State football team was in dire need of identifying a playmaking linebacker this spring. Curtis Grant, who lost his starting spot three games into last season, could finally be emerging as the player most figured he'd be coming out of high school as a five-star prospect. Will he hold onto this spot this time? He thinks so.
Central Florida heads to Ohio Stadium this Saturday with a new look compared to the one the Buckeyes saw last season. How the Buckeyes, including linebacker Curtis Grant, hold up against the Knights' power offense is among the questions we present for this contest. Read on for the rest.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Senior linebacker Storm Klein has rejoined the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Coach Urban Meyer brought him back on Thursday, after he kicked Klein off the team in July when he was charged with domestic violence and assault after a situation occurred with the mother of his child.
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One of the brightest standouts for Ohio State in the spring had a dark 2011 season in which he even considered giving up football. Now emerged from his difficult freshman season, middle linebacker Curtis Grant is making the most of his fresh start.