Colts are favorites to sign CFL star, former Buckeye Duron Carter

(John Mahoney  / Montreal Gazette)

Do you remember Duron Carter? The son of Hall of Famer Cris Carter, who had that very brief stint of his own at Ohio State? Well, Carter has emerged as a star in the Canadian Football League and has suddenly attracted the interest of several NFL teams. CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora reported on the


Can Urban Meyer keep the momentum rolling for Ohio State?

Ohio State Buckeyes

After 35 games and almost three full seasons, Urban Meyer finally has his first signature win at Ohio State. That last weekend’s resounding triumph over Michigan State in East Lansing put the Buckeyes squarely back in the hunt for a berth in the inaugural College Football Playoff made it doubly satisfying. Now, with his team


Kemp to CLE? Big Ten Trophies, Thad’s Schedule and Dangerous Journalism: While We’re Waiting…

Cleveland Sports

It’s Wednesday, and your boy is back. I spent last week in Orlando for a work conference. Let me just say there is nothing worse than landing at home after a week on the road on a Friday night at 9:45. I watched Thursday night’s Cleveland Browns from the road at a random bar and was


Watch Aaron Craft singing Party in the USA… badly

Aaron Craft

Why? I debated even posting this because it’s not funny so much as chill-inducing. Aaron Craft was at the Golden State Warriors’ “Open Practice” for the fans last night and (insert some joke about singing and practice.) If you don’t get embarrassed easily, you can watch the clip below. Oh yeah. He was also dressed


That Balanced O

Ohio State Buckeyes Offense

Sometimes in the wild world of college football, taking a week off is your best option. A week after rudely welcoming Maryland to the Big Ten – a performance that moved them from 20th to 15th in the AP poll – The Ohio State Buckeyes wawere idle and free to watch the chaos unfold. The


Secondary Woes and Cincy

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Stats aside, the Ohio State Buckeyes secondary has been average at best and could get exposed this Saturday against the Cincinnati Bearcats.


WFNY’s 2014 Ohio State Buckeyes Preview: The Offense


  For a preview of the Ohio State defense, click here. The 2013 edition of the Ohio State offense was an undeniable juggernaut. The highlight reel quarterback. The rumbling running back. Kenny freaking G. But now, with the 2014 season just hours away, as Drake once said, “nothing was the same.”


WFNY’s 2014 Ohio State Buckeyes Preview: The Defense

The NFL may leave you hanging for another week, but the Ohio State Buckeyes and their NCAA brethren have you covered. Last season was the Year of the Offense for Ohio State. Braxton Miller, Carlos Hyde and company ran roughshod through the regular season behind a veteran offensive line led by two presumptive NFL opening


Braxton Miller says shoulder surgery was a success


Now that the shock has worn off from Braxton Miller’s season ending even before it began, thoughts go to him and his recovery. Well, today he self-reported via his instagram that the surgery done by Dr. James Andrews was successful. Miller was all smiles. Tell me this though. If it was so very successful, why


Braxton Miller to return to Ohio State in 2015


Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller will miss the 2014 season after reinjuring his shoulder, but the Heisman candidate said he intends to return to Columbus next season to finish out his last year of eligibility as a fifth-year senior. “I love Ohio State and Buckeye nation, and my goal is to come back from this


Braxton Miller reinjures shoulder, could be out for season according to Dispatch


Tim May of the Columbus Dispatch is reporting on Monday night that Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller hurt his throwing shoulder in practice and could be done for the season. Sources tell me @BraxtonMiller5 reinjured right shoulder in practice this p.m., in jeopardy for season. Check — Tim May (@TIM_MAYsports) August 19, 2014 Miller


Check out these Ohio State “Week Zero” Nikes


Nike, ever the branding experts, is embarking on a national initiative that includes eight of the biggest college football programs in the country and releasing a shoe based on Week Zero. Releasing the day before the season begins, each school will have a Nike Lunar TR1 colored up in complimentary university colors complete with school logos.