Twenty-five hundred fans will be allowed to stand on the field as Ohio State celebrates its 2014 College Football Playoff national championship Saturday in Ohio Stadium.
Gates open at 9:30 a.m., with the event running from 11 a.m. to noon.
The 2,500 field tickets will be available at 10 a.m. Wednesday. They can be obtained on Ticketmaster.com, by calling Ticketmaster at 1-800-745-3000 or at the Ohio State Ticket Office on campus.
Admission is free, with general admission seating in A and AA decks. Parking will be free in all surface lots and in the Lane, West Lane, Tuttle, Northwest, Neil Avenue and Arps garages.To read more or comment...
Ohio State Buckeyes fans in Northeast Ohio will get the opportunity to extend the national celebration a little bit longer as the OSU Alumni Club of Greater Cleveland Football Banquet will present its 62nd annual banquet at Windows on the River in the Flats at 4 p.m. Sunday (Jan. 18).
This year’s edition celebrates the 20th anniversary of coach John Cooper’s first victory over Michigan. Coach Cooper will be the in attendance along with Ryan Miller, who will emcee. Recently added guests include Pepe Pearson, a Euclid native, Matt Calhoun, Matt Finkes, Bob Houser and Tyrone Howard, all members of that 1994 team.
There will be a silent auction, a live auction and the alumni band will entertain.
Tickets are $110 for alumni club members, $135 for non-members. Tables are available for $1,100. Register online at http://www.osuclevelandalumni.com/ .To read more or comment...
During a news conference at the Ginn Academy in Cleveland, Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones announced he will not enter the 2015 NFL Draft.
That means a murky quarterback situation for the Buckeyes becomes even murkier. Ohio State already has quarterbacks Braxton Miller and J.T. Barrett on the roster and Jones isn't guaranteed a starting job.
"My education is going to take me 10 times further than my athletic ability," Jones said today.To read more or comment...
Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones will announce whether or not he'll enter the 2015 NFL Draft during a news conference at the Ginn Academy in Cleveland. Watch the live stream of it here:
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Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones will announce whether or not he will enter the 2015 NFL Draft at a 4 p.m. news conference today. It was originally announced that the decision was at 3 p.m., but it is now an hour later according to Cleveland.com.
Jones told Fox 8 in Cleveland that he will make his decision at a news conference at the Ginn Academy today. Jones started three games for the Buckeyes this season, winning the Big Ten championship game, the Sugar Bowl and national title. But should Jones go pro? Let us know in the poll below.
Jones was Ohio State's third-string quarterback to start the season, but took over the starting job after injuries sidelined Braxton Miller and J.T. Barrett. He capped off a sensational three-game stretch by helping Ohio State beat Oregon 42-20 in the national title game.To read more or comment...
The Ohio State Buckeyes will celebrate their College Football Playoff championship victory over Oregon Jan. 24 in Columbus.
The event honoring coaches and players will be held from 11 a.m.-noon in Ohio Stadium. Admission will be free.
Further details will be posted on Ohio.com when they are announced.
After Ohio State's last national title in 2002, the highlight of the celebration on a freezing afternoon in Ohio Stadium was linebacker Cie Grant's solo rendition of "Carmen Ohio."To read more or comment...
Ohio State's national championship victory over Oregon will re-air on the Big Ten Network over the next week.
Two-hour rebroadcasts will be shown Wednesday through Friday, with an enhanced version with interviews, radio sound bites, in game-highlights and press conferences continuing Saturday through Tuesday.
The full game is also available on BTN2Go.To read more or comment...
On Saturday, Ohio State co-offensive coordinator and offensive line coach Ed Warinner corrected the spelling of his name on the placard of his table at Media Day for the College Football Playoffs.
On Wednesday, he was promoted to offensive coordinator.
His name may not be unknown for much longer. The previous five men to hold that title under coach Urban Meyer have gone on to become head coaches. Tom Herman was the latest, leaving after Monday night's national title victory over Oregon to take over at Houston.To read more or comment...
Ohio State and Oregon set a record Monday night, and it wasn't on the field.
According to a release by ESPN, the national title game between the Buckeyes and Ducks was the most-watched program in cable television history. The network says that more then 33 million people tuned in to watch Ohio State beat Oregon 42-20. That amount of people led to an 18.2 rating.
That breaks the record Ohio State set when playing Alabama in the Sugar Bowl on Jan. 1. That game garnered just over 28 million viewers.To read more or comment...