Found October 19, 2011 on
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The Ohio State Buckeyes are off this week, but they are planning a “Scarlet Out” for their next game, Oct. 29, when the Buckeyes host the #4 Wisconsin Badgers in an 8 p.m. ET kickoff.
They’ll also honor Heisman Trophy winner Eddie George at halftime.
The Ohio State Department of Athletics is encouraging all fans to dress warm, but to dress in scarlet for Homecoming. When you factor in the Badger fans making the trip (and their red), Ohio Stadium will resemble a Communist Party rally.
George, the 1995 Heisman Trophy winner, will be honored at halftime of the contest for his pending induction into the National Football Foundation & College Football Hall of Fame. George, whose name is one of only six so honored in the north end zone of Ohio Stadium, will become the 23rd Ohio State player to enter college football’s Hall of Fame when he is enshrined this summer in South Bend, Ind.
“It was a special time in my life to be able to wear that uniform and to put on that helmet on every ...
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It looks like Tosh.0 star Daniel Tosh has found his Halloween costume for this year. And look, he's going as disgraced former Ohio State head football coach Jim Tressel. Actually, Tosh wore this outfit on the latest episode of Tosh.0. Now if we can get him to go on camera wearing a pair of Derek Dooley orange pants, it'd blow the internet up.
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Luke Fickell has seen the wobbly passes from freshman quarterback Braxton Miller, but he's sure the spirals will come more consistently with experience.
Ohio State head football coach Luke Fickell met with the media Tuesday night at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center and touched on several subjects. Click here for the latest on the Buckeyes as they continue to work during their open week.
A week after a nearly unprecedented collapse, Ohio State beat Illinois with a familiar formula of defense and running the ball. We take a look back at how the Buckeyes got back on track and the game this week that could help them get back into Big Ten championship game contention.
There’s such a thing as the Water-skiing Nationals for Ohio State. Now the only reason I would post a story about the Water-skiing Nationals for Ohio State would be because some dipsh*t did something amazingly stupid. Well here’s Kyle Dammeyer water-skiing. I think he’s doing it wrong. Are you supposed to jump off the ramp on his head?
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On Wednesday, the Coaches Poll came out, releasing it's Preseason rankings. The Buckeyes (who return Wooden Top 50 players Jared Sullinger, Aaron Craft, and William Buford to the team) were ranked #3, but received no first place votes. That honor was held for North Carolina who received all but 1 first place votes, and looks to compete for the national...
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PD Ohio State reporter says coach has done well in a tough situation, but some areas could have been better.
Ohio State is paying interim head coach Luke Fickell $775,000 for guiding the football program through a season of suspensions, NCAA investigations and looming penalties.
Former Ohio State coach Jim Tressel is ready to make his NFL debut Sunday at New Orleans.
With seven games played for the Ohio State football team and five remaining, the open week seems like a good point to look back at what we've seen so far. With that in mind, BSB is handing out grades for the OSU position groups. The offense is the first to go under the microscope, and there seems to be a consensus among why the team has struggled scoring points thus far.
Among the visitors for Saturday’s game against Ohio State was an Alabama defensive end. Though he is committed to South Florida, he still wanted to give Illinois a fair look. So he took an official visit to campus with his teammate.
The Michigan State volleyball team (16-5, 5-4 Big Ten) closes out the first half of conference play on the road at No. 23 Ohio State (14-8, 4-5 Big Ten). Action at St. John Arena is scheduled for 7 p.m. ET on Saturday, Oct. 22. The match will be streamed live by the Big Ten Digital Network at BTN.com.
Returning Buckeyes include All-American Jared Sullinger, William Buford and Aaron Craft.