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Ohio State Buckeyes: Mid-season grades and Big Ten prediction

Going into their second bye week of the season, the Ohio State Buckeyes are sitting on an overall record of 4-1 with a 1-0 record in Big Ten conference play. For most teams, including Ohio State, bye weeks are reserved for players to tend to their injuries and enjoy a weekend of watching football for a change. For coaches, a “bye week” might as well be a synonym for “recruiting...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

Keyshawn’s Nephew Makes Beautiful TD Catch (Video)

Keyshawn Johnson’s nephew, Michael Thomas, is a sophomore WR for the Ohio State Buckeyes. Today is the Buckeyes matchup with the Maryland Terrapin, Thomas was doing very Keyshawn-like things. Watch this amazing TD catch from Thomas over a Terps defender in the back of the end zone. [h/t Bleacher Report]  
Via BlackSportsOnline
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Ohio State WR Michael Thomas Hauls In Awesome TD Catch

Maryland is hosting its first Big Ten home game Saturday afternoon, and things haven’t been going so well, to say the least. Ohio State currently leads 21-3 in the second quarter and has out-gained the Terrapins in yardage 279-23. The Buckeyes’ most recent strike came on a 25-yard touchdown pass from J.T. Barrett to wideout Michael Thomas. Thomas hauled in an NFL-caliber catch...
Via College Spun
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Is Ohio State Buckeyes Sophomore WR Michael Thomas Emerging as a Playmaker?

With the Ohio State Buckeyes heading into an off week following a 66-0 drudging of the Kent State Golden Flashes, Urban Meyer and his coaching staff will likely be analyzing every second of tape in the team’s first three games. When they spend hours upon hours combing through the tape for what the team has done right and wrong this season, the Buckeyes staff will stumble upon an...
Via Buckeye State Sports
September 17, 2014  |  Discuss

WR Michael Thomas expressed frustration with receivers' lack of production, now he'll see if he can change that

He wasn't complaining at us, he was complaining with us. That was the explanation from Ohio State receivers coach Zach Smith about some gripes that receiver Michael Thomas expressed on Twitter shortly after the Orange Bowl, when he pointed out a lack of production from OSU receivers in the last two losses of the season to Michigan State and Clemson. While top receiver Philly...
Via Pro Sports Daily
February 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Ohio State Player Profile: Michael Thomas

Photo courtesy of The Ohio State University. There are three reasons that a young man with the potential to play division one college football goes to a preparatory school before attending college. 1) There is a disciplinary issue that a year in the prep school can help resolve. 2) There is an academic issue that the prep school can help the young person over come or 3) The year...
Via Buckeye Empire
July 19, 2013  |  Discuss
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