Ohio State issued a statement after the Big Ten released the football schedule for 2014. The Buckeyes will play host to Kent State and Michigan. It also will be the first season that Rutgers and Maryland are in the Big Ten.
As part of the new alignment, the Buckeyes will not play Iowa, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Purdue and Northwestern.To read more or comment...
COLUMBUS: Those who follow college men's tennis closely know that Ohio State has a powerhouse program.
Almost no one else does, however — even on the Buckeyes' own campus.
"The college tennis public knows we're a good, solid squad," said hard-nosed coach Ty Tucker, a former player for the Buckeyes. "But I think to be considered the real deal, you've got to have the big trophy."
The Buckeyes (33-2), seeded No. 5 as the NCAA tournament reaches this weekend's round-of-16 matches at Illinois, have room in their trophy case. They've been knocking on the door of national prominence for years. They just need a breakthrough win for their first title.
As is the case with most non-revenue sports on a sprawling campus, most of the players' fellow students are unaware of the success of the program. That's particularly true at Ohio State, where people plan weddings and funerals around the start times of football games but are oblivious to just about every other team.To read more or comment...
On Dec. 4, the Ohio State mens basketball team will host Maryland as part of the Big Ten/ACC Challenge.
The time for the game has not been announced, but the game will air on an ESPN channel.To read more or comment...
Ohio State great Orlando Pace, Heisman Trophy winners Danny Wuerffel of Florida and Ron Dayne of Wisconsin, along with two-time national champion Tommie Frazier of Nebraska, have been selected for induction to the College Football Hall of Fame.
COLUMBUS, Ohio –Orlando Pace, one of the all-time greats at Ohio State as well as in college and professional football, was today named a member of the 2013 College Football Hall of Fame Class by the National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame (NFF). Pace is the 24th Buckeye player to be so honored by the NFF.To read more or comment...
Former Ohio State offensive tackle was named to the College Football Hall of Fame on Tuesday.
Pace played at Ohio State from 1993 to 1996. He started as a true freshman for the Buckeyes. At the time, he was only the second true freshman to do so. He was named to the All-American first team on two occasions and won the Lombardi Award in 1995 and 1996. Given to the nation's best lineman or linebacker, Pace remains the only player to win it twice.To read more or comment...
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