Posted September 25, 2012 on
Ohio State was the latest unofficial visit for Cincinnati Colerain sophomore tight end George Brown, as he was in Columbus last weekend for the game against UAB. Brown discussed his trip to see the Buckeyes.
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This story is hard to believe, but that just makes it so much better. The Daily Dayton News published an article recently which lays out how Ohio State University has spent on their 67-year old President, E. Gordon Gee.
Since returning to Columbus as the university’s president in October 2007, the 68-year-old Gee has pulled in $8.6 million in salary and compensation, making him...
Ohio State president Gordon Gee is not only the highest-paid president president of a domestic, public university, but his expenses reportedly total just as much as his $8.6 million in salary.
The Dayton Daily News reports that The Ohio State University has allocated roughly $7.7 million for Gee “to travel the globe, throw parties, wine and dine donors, woo prospective faculty...
There is little doubt about the passion Columbus, Ohio residents have for football. “The” Ohio State University churns out multiple players each year which play on the big stage of the NFL on Sunday afternoons. Now, residents in Columbus can root for a professional football team, while owning a portion of the team as well in the coming year.
The USFL is making a comeback. The...
“This team is awful.”
“How can we be this bad??”
“Urban Meyer is overrated and it’s showing. It’s UAB!”
“Braxton Miller needs to run it 15+ times per game at minimum!”
Outside of a wide range of expletives, all of those comments littered my twitter feed and text messages almost verbatim (feel free to identify yourself). I cannot act like I am above any of these...
Week Four of the college football season, and the entire non-conference portion of the schedule, is now behind us and once again your Empire team is here to pass out a few helmet stickers to deserving Buckeyes. The Bucks had one hell of a time with Alabama-Birmingham, yet somehow moved up two spots in the latest AP Poll in spite of putting only eight second-half points on the...
Urban Meyer opened his first week of preparation for Big Ten play with positive updates on several Ohio State starters who have been out recently with injury. He also shared a flattering comparison for the Michigan State defense the Buckeyes will face Saturday in East Lansing.
photo via Jason Bostic; Bostic Imagery
If the walls of Ohio Stadium could talk about win number 400 yesterday, oh the things the cement and metal would tell the world about The Ohio State Buckeyes. One thing is for sure, however: this is not the worst those walls have seen and the coaches are willing to accept that fact and continue to improve.
What else have we learned coming...
Each week I rewatch the Buckeyes game and give you my takeaways from the game in a little piece we like to call the…
First things first- I am away this week and therefore was not able to rewatch the game. This week’s six pack will have to be from my original impressions of the Ohio State game. The Buckeyes won 29-15. Let’s get started…
1) Poor Tackling. The lead item from...
Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer had positive news on the injury front for his last meeting with local reporters before the Buckeyes head to Michigan State to start their 100th season of Big Ten play on Saturday.
Throughout the high school football season, BuckeyeSports.com will be following the progress of Ohio State’s football commitments. Here is how the OSU verbal commitments and their teams fared Sept. 21-22.
Ohio State finished nonconference play with a perfect record, but Urban Meyer has far from a perfect team. We take a look at what issues remain to be addressed with Big Ten play at hand.
Ohio State has become the latest team to offer Monroeville (PA) Gateway junior safety Montae Nicholson. One of the top 2014 prospects in Pennsylvania, Nicholson now holds eight offers to date.
BuckeyeSports.com presents five key players Michigan State fans should know going into Saturday’s Big Ten opener.
Listen to the comments of Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer from this week's Big Ten Coaches Teleconference.