Ex-Buckeye walking on at Michigan St. after med school stint

If you want to go to medical school, you have to commit to it. It takes nearly perfect grades, excellent entrance exam scores, and experience in the field you’d like to enter. Even then, the odds are stacked against you. Even with these hurdles in his way, former Ohio State WR Frank Epitropolous decided this was his dream. Epitropolous knew he could not both play football and pursue...
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July 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Former Buckeye reportedly walking on at Michigan State

A former Ohio State legacy recruit appears to have landed at Michigan State. SpartanTailgate reported Tuesday morning Frank Epitropoulos will continue his career in East Lansing as a walk-on. Epitropoulos, whose father and uncle both played for the Buckeyes, announced prior to last season he was giving up the game to focus on preparation for medical school but apparently has changed...
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July 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Former Ohio State WR Frank Epitropoulos Confirms He’s Transferring To Michigan State

Former Ohio State wide receiver Frank Epitropoulos, who left the Buckeye program last summer to focus on medical school, has resurfaced at Michigan State and will suit up for the Spartans.  Reports of Epitropoulos’ transfer to Michigan State began to circulate this morning, and he confirmed the move via Twitter a short time ago.  True Greek Spartan
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July 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Michigan State football: Former Ohio State WR transferring to MSU

Michigan State has a new player they will be adding this fall. Former Ohio State wide receiver Frank Epitropoulos is transferring to Michigan State this fall, per 247Sports Mike Wilson. At 6’1, 206 lbs, Epitropoulos had one catch for six yards in four games of action in 2013 for Ohio State. He will be eligible to play right away and will not be on scholarship. He will be attending...
July 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Ohio State team reacts to Auburn’s thrilling win over Alabama

The Ohio State team couldn’t make it back to see the ending of the Alabama-Auburn game, so they caught the crazy ending on the team bus after its crazy win over Michigan on the way to Columbus. Pretty neat. With Auburn knocking off Alabama, it’s now up to the Conference Championship games (Florida State vs. Duke, Michigan State vs. Ohio State and Auburn vs. SEC East champ) to...
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November 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Video: Ohio State Players Watched Iron Bowl On The Bus Ride Home, Went Nuts When Alabama Lost

The 2013 Iron Bowl ended in the most dramatic fashion imaginable, as Auburn returned a missed Alabama field goal 109 yards for the game-winning score with no time left on the clock. Auburn fans were elated, Alabama fans were deflated, and most of the college football world was just left shocked. Besides the Tigers, nobody was more excited than the Ohio State Buckeyes, who are hoping...
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November 30, 2013  |  Discuss

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