While it seems as though Ohio State just won the inaugural College Football Playoff Championship, the 2015 Buckeyes season is just a few months away. ESPN’s Mark Schlabach put together his Too-Early Top 25. With a national championship ring in hand and many of their key players returning, Ohio State sits atop Schlabach’s rankings as the team
Today is May 1. It is often known as May Day or International Workers Day. It has nothing to do with April 1, which is known as April Fools Day. Unfortunately, nobody told that to Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones. Here’s how Jones, a soon-to-be redshirt junior who flirted with entering the 2015 NFL Draft,
Editor’s Note: Hey look, you guys. MGBode has his own byline! Even though many of us are still basking in the afterglow of the Buckeyes’ championship , it is readily apparent that the college football dynamic between schools and players will continue to change. The movement for players getting better compensation started with the O’Bannon
In 2012, all Ohio public universities officially switched to the semester system after a long history of mismatched academic calendars. Ohio State, for one, was previously on the oft-beloved quarter system and that led to a very short summer for students returning back to campus in August 2012. But in the lead-up to the College
There’s just something about this time of year that means bad things for Browns quarterbacks, even those who haven’t taken a snap in over three decades Former Browns great and 1980 NFL MVP Brian Sipe was relieved of his duties as San Diego State University’s quarterbacks coach Tuesday, per U-T San Diego. Sipe is a San Diego native
The Ohio State Buckeyes and Oregon Ducks will square off for the college football championship next Monday in Dallas, Texas. We now know what uniforms each team will be wearing when they meet at Jerry World to see who, in fact, is the best of the best. Several folks have tweeted out pictures of these Nike
The Ohio high school playoffs have finally reached the pinnacle of the season as two teams in each of the seven Ohio divisions fight for the championship trophy. In Division I, St. Edward is on a roll after cruising past Hudson on Saturday. Benedictine beat Steubenville to advance to the Division IV championship game. This
The high school playoffs in Ohio are getting to the final few games of the season. This past week’s games were filled with close and exciting matchups. Hudson won the big rematch versus Mentor in a blowout victory over the Cardinals. St. Edward continued their roll through the playoffs, while Mayfield upset Bedford. In college
I’m a college student. While I don’t attend Ohio State, my weekends are frequently spent driving from Philadelphia to various campuses to watch the Buckeyes. So it was only natural that I received a text this week from a friend who is a student at OSU asking me if I’d be interested in heading to
Playoffs are well underway in Ohio high school football and just around the corner in college football. Ohio State is continuing their run to get into this year’s new college football playoffs. The big matchup in Division III between Mount Union and John Carroll was as good as advertised with the Purple Raiders narrowly beating
Week 11 of college and high school football in Ohio saw a lot of important matchups transpire. In college football, Ohio State made a huge move in playoff contention with their convincing win over Michigan State. The MAC is starting to spread out and the real contenders are emerging. John Carroll and Mount Union remained
Week 10 is in the books and a lot of big games are coming up in the next few weeks in Ohio. In high school football in Ohio, the regular season has ended and the teams are preparing for the playoffs next week. Hudson and St. Edward are entering the playoffs on a roll with
Buckeyes lucky leaving not-so-Happy Valley with a ‘W.’
Week 8 of college and high school football in Ohio is in the books. In college, Ohio State’s offense continued its roll with a dominating win over Rutgers. The MAC is getting tighter and tighter this week with losses by Bowling Green and Akron. The OAC elite of John Carroll and Mount Union are both
Week 7 has come and gone in college and high school football in Ohio. In college, the Akron Zips look to be a factor in the MAC and win their first league championship in many years. The OAC elite, John Carroll and Mount Union, remain unbeaten on the season. The state of Mississippi has two teams,
Ohio State continued their winning ways while many others in the Top 25 had a dissimilar weekend.
Who’s the new No. 1 in the wake of St. Edward losing their second straight game?
The MAC got tighter, while the OAC’s elite dominated. In high school, the St. Edward Eagles were upset.
If only they could play Kent State University every week, right?
Well, well, Urban Meyer. It appears you did indeed have a few tricks up your sleeve following Thursday’s sudden departure of Mike Vrabel to the NFL. Earlier today, we shared how revered Penn State defensive lines coach Larry Johnson Sr. is rumored to join the OSU staff in the same open position. Now, Sports Illustrated’s