6:24 PM EDT, Wed August 20, 2014
Plain Dealer 42 mins ago

Five-star CB, LSU commit Kevin Toliver II plans to officially visit Ohio State: Buckeyes recruiting

Five-star cornerback Kevin Toliver II, an LSU commit, plans to take an official visit to Ohio State for the Buckeyes' home game against Virginia Tech on Sept. 6.
Akron Beacon Journal 56 mins ago

Ohio State football:

COLUMBUS: When star quarterback Braxton Miller cried out in pain and crumpled to the ground during No. 5 Ohio State’s practice on Monday, coach Urban Meyer wasn’t certain what had happened.“Oh, it was devastating. It was a bad deal,” Meyer said glumly on Wednesday. “First of all, I didn’t see exactly what happened and I thought someone hit him. I went berserk, saying, ‘What happened?’ [The coaches] looked at me and I said, ‘No one hit him?’ ”No, no one tackled or was even rushing the two-time Big Ten player of the year and Heisman Trophy candidate. Still coming back...

Ohio State and Connecticut to play home-and-home series in 2015-16

Ohio State's men's basketball team has agreed to play Connecticut in home-and-home series starting next season. Ohio State will play at Connecticut on Dec. 12, 2015. The Huskies will play at Value City Arena for a game on Dec. 10, 2016. The two teams have played each other four times. The Buckeyes hold a 3-1 over the Huskies, but the teams haven't played each other since 1992. That game was a 78-55 OSU win in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Connecticut is the reigning national champion in college basketball.
Plain Dealer 3 hours ago

'We aren't naive to the situation': Life for Ohio State begins without Braxton Miller, and as Jeff Heuerman put it, without its LeBron James

"But just like the Cavs, just because LeBron is out, you don't put them out, do you?" Heuerman said. "They have a lot of other playmakers and that's kind of the situation we're in. We have a lot of playmakers and we're going to have to rely on them."
Plain Dealer 3 hours ago

Ohio State Buckeyes and Connecticut Huskies agree to home-and-home basketball series beginning in 2015-16

Thad Matta and Ohio State announced a home-and-home with Connecticut on Wednesday, which begins 2015-16.
Akron Beacon Journal 4 hours ago

Ohio State football: Loss of Braxton Miller damaging to Big Ten, too

This is bigger than the Buckeyes.Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller is done for the season because of a shoulder injury. The senior needs surgery to repair of torn labrum.It’s a crushing blow on a few levels:• Miller is one of the best and most entertaining players in the country. He ran for 1,068 yards, passed for 2,094 and accounted for 36 touchdowns. He was a legitimate Heisman Trophy contender. In the statement released by Ohio State making the news official, he said he wants to return to Columbus for another season.“I am on course to graduate in December and I want to attend...
Plain Dealer 4 hours ago

Does Urban Meyer second-guess anything? The six-month path of the shoulder injury to Ohio State QB Braxton Miller

Asked if he ever thought after the first surgery in February that something like this more serious reinjury to Miller could happen, Urban Meyer said, "Did I have any thought this could happen? No." But Meyer did say he always second-guesses everything.
Plain Dealer 4 hours ago

Playoffs? Playoffs? Ohio State faces more pressing questions in the wake of Braxton Miller's season-ending injury (Video)

The most popular opinion, even after news broke that Braxton Miller is done for the season after suffering another shoulder surgery, is that Ohio State will compete for a Big Ten title and a spot in the College Football Playoff. What? Doug and I break down real expectations for Ohio State inside.
Columbus Dispatch 5 hours ago

Ohio State football: Back on the practice field, Buckeyes are upbeat

If today’s practice is any indication, the Ohio State football team isn’t wallowing in despair after losing quarterback Braxton Miller to a season-ending shoulder injury. Meyer called this morning’s practice -- the first in the final two-a-day of the summer -- perhaps the best he’s had in his three seasons at Ohio State.
Plain Dealer 5 hours ago

'Being mentored by Braxton would be great': Four-star QB Torrance Gibson has Ohio State on top, would love to team up with Miller in '15

"Being mentored by Braxton Miller, that'd be pretty awesome," Gibson told cleveland.com during a phone interview Tuesday night. "Being mentored by one of the best quarterbacks that ever came to Ohio State, man that would be something. Being mentored by Braxton would be great if I decided to go to Ohio State."
Plain Dealer 5 hours ago

The Curse of In-N-Out Burger: Ever since Troy Smith, something has been derailing the senior seasons of Ohio State quarterbacks

Todd Boeckman, Terrelle Pryor and Braxton Miller combined to account for 9,130 total yards and 92 touchdowns as juniors. In what they expected to be final go-rounds the next year, they'll have a combined 628 yards and five scores, all from Boeckman.
Plain Dealer 6 hours ago

ArenaBowl XXVII: Cleveland Gladiators assistant Tim Cheatwood loves that hometown championship feeling (video)

Gladiators assistant coach and former player Tim Cheatwood knows what a football championship would mean to Cleveland. He grew up in Cleveland and played at Benedictine and Ohio State.
The Crew 6 hours ago
Schoenfeld developing into threatening option for Crew

Schoenfeld developing into threatening option for Crew

The term eye test is often thrown about in professional sports, often as a contrast to statistics. In certain instances, a player can pass the eye test by putting forth exemplary performances that are undetectable in the box score, for whatever reason. Crew striker Aaron Schoenfeld is a prime example of this type of player. Although the goals have not yet come for the Big Celery, in five consecutive substitute appearances for the Black & Gold, Schoenfeld has looked stronger with each match. Read More
Columbus Dispatch 9 hours ago

Ohio State football: High expectations remain, Urban Meyer says

Braxton Miller’s season-ending injury will result in some changes to Ohio State’s play-calling, Buckeyes coach Urban Meyer said today, but the expectations for a successful season haven’t changed.

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