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Ohio State University says Heisman Trophy winner and former Tennessee Titans star running back Eddie George is returning to his alma mater as assistant vice president for business advancement.
His new duties at Ohio State include promoting health and wellness initiatives, helping with fundraising and alumni relations, and mentoring student-athletes about professional development. The school announced George's role Tuesday.
He says it's an honor to work for the university and apply what he has learned as a student, an athlete and the head of multiple companies.
George has a degree in landscape architecture from Ohio State, where he won the Heisman Trophy in 1995. He played for the Titans from 1996 to 2003 and finished his NFL career as a Dallas Cowboy for one season.
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There’s nothing quite like a probation party. All available ticket vouchers (free) for the Ohio State football celebration Friday at St. John Arena have been issued, the Ohio State Ticket Office announced today.
The free event for the bowl ineligible but 12-0 Buckeyes is “sold out.” I guess Columbus lacks entertainment options.
A crowd of more than 13,000 is expected to attend...
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Learn more about him here Today, Titus writes for ESPN’s new site, Grantland.com
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Fresh off its perfect 12-0 season in head coach Urban Meyer’s first year guiding the program, the Ohio State football team visited the Ohio Statehouse Wednesday to be congratulated by Ohio Gov. John R. Kasich. For the full story on Ohio State's experience and comments from Kasich, Meyer and cornerback Bradley Roby, go inside.
Having just completed an undefeated season in Urban Meyer’s first year guiding the program, the Ohio State football team will likely enter 2013 as one of the country’s favorites to win the national title. The program's odds of accomplishing that feat will likely be impacted by looming NFL decisions from Bradley Roby and Johnathan Hankins.
The Ohio State Buckeyes were a 12-0 football team, are currently ranked #3 in the AP Poll, and are one of only two undefeated teams in the country. None of these things, however, thanks to the postseason ban, seem to mean anything to anyone.
I am one of the first and foremost people to say that Ohio State deserved the sanctions they were given and needed to clean up their act a bit...
Even though former Ohio State coach Jim Tressel and former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky are no longer tied to the Big 10, the two will still have an impact during the 2012 Bowl Season.
The Big Ten is sending seven of its twelve teams to bowl games this season. That number could have been nine, but both Penn State and Ohio State are ineligible for bowl play this...
The Ohio State basketball team boasts one of the most prolific scorers in college basketball in junior forward Deshaun Thomas. However, the Buckeyes understand that they'll be hard-pressed to assert themselves as one of the best teams in the nation without identifying consistent secondary scoring options.
Well, the undefeated season for the Ohio State Buckeyes is officially over. All we are left to deal with are articles about what could have been, what should have been and what the NCAA or Ohio State could have done differently to avoid this debacle. Somewhere along the line you will find articles tying all of those pieces together in an effort to claim to know what would have been...