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Katie Bell, a Clintonville native, former Buckeye diver and graduate of The Ohio State university, failed to quality for the finals in the women’s 10-meter...

Shazier Put In Work To Have Big Year

One player projected to be a breakout star in 2012 is Ohio State weakside linebacker Ryan Shazier, who turned heads one year ago as a true freshman. Knowing how much he's needed this year, Shazier undertook an impressive workout regime this summer and appears ready to live up to the billing.

2012 Pre-Season Preview: #19 Ohio State Buckeyes

2011 Record: (6-7, 3-5 in Big Ten) Head Coach: Urban Meyer (First year at Ohio State, 104-23 All-Time) Last Bowl Game: 2011 season Gator Bowl: lost to Florida 24-17 2011 Preview 2011 Exit Survey   Schedule Glimpse: 2012 Schedule Link Must Win: 9/1 vs Miami (OH), 9/8 vs UCF, 9/22 vs UAB, 10/13 at Indiana Revenge: 9/29 at Mich St, 10/6 vs Nebraska, 10/20 vs Purdue, 10/27...

Receivers Trying To Move Forward

Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer scoffed at the fact that the Buckeyes leading wide receiver last year had only 14 catches. Meyer, however, has been blunt when describing that stat as unacceptable. The wide receiver room says they're determined to make the struggles at the position a thing of the distant past.

Buckeyes heavy on youngsters to usher in new era

It's a fresh start for Ohio State. As it turns out, a lot of the players expected to usher the Buckeyes into a new era are also just starting out - and are fresh faces. So far, first-year coach Urban Meyer and the rest of his staff prefer effort and competitiveness over age and experience. The young guys may run the wrong way, but they do it with abandon. The coaches love...

Warinner Happy With Line's Development

Ohio State's offensive line was a big question mark in spring, but early returns are positive during preseason camp. Line coach Ed Warinner sees a group going through a physical and mental change this August as four players have earned starting spots and two more compete for the fifth.

Viola, Bell miss out on Olympic diving final

No sweet music for Brittany Viola. The daughter of former major league baseball pitcher Frank Viola missed out on the 10-meter platform diving final at the London Olympics. Viola finished 15th in the semifinal Thursday with 300.50 points. Her teammate, Katie Bell, failed to advance in 16th with 296.80. Chen Ruolin of China was the top qualifier among 12 divers going into the evening...

Bennett Fighting Way To Starting Role

On a defensive line that boasts plenty of talent, sophomore Michael Bennett has emerged as solid contributor for the Buckeyes. A taekwondo black belt, Bennett has shown plenty of flexibility in his time at Ohio State.

Fua seeking to be more versatile

He passed up Ohio State to come to play at BYU. Out of Oaks Christian High School, Alani Fua was rated the 31st best outside linebacker in the country by Scout. Now, Fua is looking to bring versatility to his game of speed.
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