Found November 18, 2011 on Crystal Ball Run:
Ohio Stadium (aka The Horseshoe) Sorry I took a week off on stadium guides last week but things were a bit hectic here in State College. We are back in action here with Ohio Stadium, home of The Ohio State Buckeyes. Quick Facts: * Ohio Stadium was built in 1922 and had a capacity of 66,210* Current capacity is 102,329* The largest crowd ever was 105,708 versus Michigan in 2006 Seating: The seats are bleacher style with an alright amount of room. Most important is to make sure that you are in a good section. Some sections don’t have great sight-lines like any section numbered 1-12 and 31-36. The section labeling system is a bit odd, with “AA” sections being real low to the field, “A” being the normal lower level, “B” is the mid-level and “C” is the upper deck. For example, section 22 has 22AA, 22A, 22B and 22C in order from the field up to the upper deck. Also remember that anything in the closed in horseshoe end (sections 31-39) does not have running water so restrooms ar...

Is Urban Meyer heading to Ohio State?

Urban MeyerThe 1st and possibly beginning question before this years Coaching Carousel starts has already popped up: Has Urban Meyer already taken the Ohio State job?Well, according to two separate reports and several Ohio State based blogsites, the answer to that question and are both reporting that Meyer's representatives and the...

Prahalis, Hill Lead Buckeyes Past Temple

Veteran guards Tayler Hill, Samantha Prahalis and Amber Stokes all scored in double figures as the newly ranked Ohio State women's basketball team downed Temple 70-66 at home on Friday night. The Buckeyes built a 16-point lead then had to hold off a rally late.

Urban Meyer Reportedly Will Take Ohio State Job, Hire Kirk Herbstreit As Assistant

Sports Illustrated, via Eleven Warriors and Sports by Brooks, is reporting that Urban Meyer is set to take over as Ohio State head football coach. More »

Sources: Ohio State talking to Meyer about job

Ohio State has been in contact with Urban Meyer about becoming the school's coach, sources close to the ESPN analyst and the Buckeyes have told

Thank You Ohio State – From Penn State

Forum: (NCAA) Ohio State Buckeyes Posted By: BrownsBoy315 Post Time: 11-19-2011 at 08:29 PM

Overheard at Ohio State: Penn State Week

The end of another week of preparation for a football game has us looking back at what Ohio State players and coaches had to say in anticipation of facing Penn State. The Buckeyes talked about the Nittany Lions, Senior Day and more.

Buckeyes Finally Whole As Posey Returns

The last piece of the puzzle -- at least when it comes to the suspensions that handicapped the Ohio State football team to start the season -- will be back Saturday when senior wideout DeVier Posey suits up for the Buckeyes vs. Penn State. Posey's teammates and coaches are excited to get the popular receiver back, and not just because he might provide an offensive spark.

Hot candidate Meyer stays quiet on Ohio State coaching rumors

Urban Meyer is declining comment on the swirling speculation that he'll be Ohio State's next coach.

No. 3 Ohio State cruises behind 18-0 run (AP)

Jared Sullinger had 20 points and 11 rebounds in little more than a half and No. 3-ranked Ohio State used an 18-0 blitz to roll to an 85-41 victory over Jackson State on Friday night. Deshaun Thomas, William Buford and Jordan Sibert each had 11 points for the Buckeyes (3-0), who were coming off an 81-74 victory over No.

M. Swimming. Hawkeyes Take Down #17 Purdue

The 10th ranked University of Iowa men's swimming and diving team hosted 17th ranked Purdue and No. 11 Ohio State in a triple dual format Friday night at the Campus Recreation and Wellness Center Pool. The Hawkeyes beat Purdue 155-145, but fell to Ohio State 163-137.

Hill scores 24, No. 24 OSU tops Temple, 70-66

Tayler Hill scored 24 points, Samantha Prahalis 20 and Amber Stokes 11 as No. 24 Ohio State withstood a late Temple rally for a 70-66 win Friday.
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