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Photo: Ohio State’s Urban Meyer Is At It Again With The Photobombing

Urban Meyer is a master photobomber.  We’ve covered this before, but the Ohio State coach is at it again.  Ohio State tight end Jeff Heuerman was taking a selfie with quarterback Braxton Miller on the plane the Buckeyes’ Big Ten Media Days contingent was flying on back to Columbus. Meyer creeped his way into the photo.  Selfie on the PJ headed back from Chicago pic.twitter...
Via College Spun
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Ohio State Football Preview: Tight End

The 2014 Ohio State Buckeyes set out this season with their sights on redemption. The Buckeyes are looking to pick up the pieces from two consecutive losses to end the 2013-14 season. After going 24-2 in two seasons, the pressure for success at Ohio State is turning up. Can the 2014 Buckeyes get over the top and reach the pinnacle of college football? We aim to find out in our 2014...
Via Cleveland Sports Chat
29 days ago  |  Discuss

Photo: Ohio State’s Football Players Are Not Happy About Getting Parking Tickets At Their Own Facility

Ohio State’s football facility, the Woody Hayes Athletic Center, is located a couple blocks off main campus, on Olentangy River Road behind the Schottenstein Center.  Due to its location, nearly every Buckeye football player has to drive to Ohio State’s bunker of a training center for practice, lifting sessions, film studying, etc. There’s a private lot, with a motorized gate...
Via College Spun
June 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Meyer names two Ohio State football captains

CANTON, Ohio -- Two of Ohio State's team captains for 2014 will be quarterback Braxton Miller and tight end Jeff Heuerman. That news came from the guy with the ultimate vote, head coach Urban Meyer, during the Q&A portion of his Monday visit to the Hall of Fame Luncheon Club. Meyer said Heuerman and Miller had "no doubt" earned the right to serve as captains. "...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
April 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Buckeyes lose top TE to foot injury

The bad news for Ohio State? They’ve lost the services of a starter on the offensive side of the ball to injury. The good news? It should have no impact whatsoever on the player’s availability for the 2014 season. Citing team insiders, the Columbus Dispatch is reporting that tight end Jeff Heuerman will be lost for the remainder of the spring due to a foot injury. Heuerman...
Via Pro Sports Daily
April 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Heuerman done for spring after surgery

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Foot surgery has ended the spring for Ohio State senior-to-be tight end Jeff Heuerman, one of the Buckeyes top returning players. Heuerman suffered a fot sprain last week during spring practice. Meyer said on Tuesday that Heuerman had successful surgery and is looking at six weeks "in boot/cast" but should be ready for full activity by June. Heuerman caught...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
April 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Ohio State presents football players with game balls for 24 straight victories (Photo)

The Ohio State athletic department recently honored the 24-game winning streak of the Buckeyes football team by giving each member of the team a commemorative game ball.Each football had the player's name on it with the caption "24 STRAIGHT VICTORIES - LONGEST WIN STREAK IN OHIO STATE FOOTBALL HISTORY", along with scores of their wins from the 2012 and 2013 seasons...
Via Holdout Sports
January 26, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Ohio St. coach mistakes spit request for high-five request

THE Ohio State University – where they don’t know how high fives work.  An Ohio State assistant thought junior tight end Jeff Heuerman was looking for a high five during Saturday’s Big Ten Championship. Nope, Heuerman was looking for someone to spit on his gloves. THE Ohio State University – where players need coaches to spit on their gloves. [Thanks to PG]
Via It's Always Sunny in Detroit
December 08, 2013  |  Discuss

Ohio State Tight End Jeff Heuerman Thinks West Lafayette Is “Gray”, Purdue’s Locker Rooms Are “Awful”

Ohio State tight end Jeff Heuerman is one of the more quotable players in the Buckeyes’ locker room. He certainly didn’t mince words on Monday when asked his thoughts on West Lafayette and the visiting locker rooms at Purdue. Per Buckeye Sports Bulletin’s Patrick Brennan: The quotable Jeff Heuerman: “(West Lafayette) is a gray city. It’s not the most beautiful city....
Via College Spun
October 28, 2013  |  Discuss

Ohio State Player Profile: Jeff Heuerman

Photo Credit: The Ohio State University/Rivals Grow up in Florida playing hockey through the pre-teen years, try football for the first time as a 9th grader, end up as a tight end on the Ohio State football roster? That series of events for one person sounds highly improbable at the least, but not impossible. Just ask the 6’6”, 250 pound Buckeye tight end Jeff Heuerman. The story...
Via Buckeye Empire
July 24, 2013  |  Discuss
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