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Plain Dealer Mar 27, 2015

'He's the leader' - Ohio State signee A.J. Harris looking to cap career with another Ohio state title: Buckeyes recruiting

Ohio State basketball signee A.J. Harris will try to guide Dayton Dunbar to its second state title in four years, beginning with Friday's semifinal game against Defiance at Value City Arena.
Columbus Dispatch Mar 27, 2015

Bob Hunter commentary | Rumblings: Africentric players remember stripped state title

Members of the Africentric boys basketball team that won the Division IV championship 10 years ago gathered last night to celebrate the anniversary, even though the state title was stripped by the Ohio High School Athletic Association.
Columbus Dispatch Mar 27, 2015

Ohio State football: Buckeyes see how well Curtis Samuel can catch

Any college football team will use spring practice to try a few things, and that appears to be the case for Ohio State’s Curtis Samuel. Samuel backed up Ezekiel Elliott at running back as a freshman, and he is projected to continue in that role. But he also was seen yesterday working at the hybrid position as a receiver.
Akron Beacon Journal Mar 26, 2015
CVCA graduate Nathan Tomasello adds to collection of wrestling championships, takes a little R&R time this week after Ohio State wins national title

CVCA graduate Nathan Tomasello adds to collection of wrestling championships, takes a little R&R time this week after Ohio State wins national title

The excitement and thrill of winning a wrestling championship never gets old for Ohio State redshirt freshman Nathan Tomasello.Tomasello, a Parma native and 2013 graduate of Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy, won a 2015 Division I national college title at 125 pounds Saturday in St. Louis, and helped OSU earn its first wrestling team title since the program started in 1921.The triumph follows a 178-5 record and four state championships in high school, two in Division II as a senior and junior at 120 and 113 and two in Division III as a sophomore and freshman at 103 both times.This week,...
Plain Dealer Mar 26, 2015

Ohio State football: Buckeyes OT Taylor Decker explains why he didn't leave early for the NFL

Ohio State offensive tackle Taylor Decker may have been a first round pick in this year's NFL Draft, but decided to come back for his senior season.
Plain Dealer Mar 26, 2015

Why was Ohio State RB Curtis Samuel working out with the receivers at Thursday's practice?

Ohio State running back Curtis Samuel was working out with the Buckeyes receivers during Thursday's practice.
Akron Beacon Journal Mar 26, 2015

Ohio State looking into picture of Miller on social media

COLUMBUS, Ohio: Ohio State’s compliance office is investigating whether quarterback Braxton Miller broke any NCAA rules when he posed for a picture on social media with health-care and nutritional products.Miller was pictured on Instagram on Tuesday night with products from AdvoCare.Miller is a graduate student who started three seasons for the Buckeyes but missed all of the Buckeyes’ championship season last year after shoulder surgery. He is expected to play this fall after rehabbing through spring workouts.Student-athletes are permitted to hold jobs outside of school but they cannot...
Plain Dealer Mar 26, 2015

'The Chosen One': Why being uncomfortable is the best thing for Ohio State LB Raekwon McMillan

"Toward the end of the year, Curtis was getting more of the reps in the game because he was playing better and he was practicing better," McMillan admitted. "So my reps fell off at the end of the season. At the beginning of the year, I felt like I was practicing harder because I was working my way up. But I have to keep that up now and work harder."
Plain Dealer Mar 26, 2015

J.T. Barrett's progress, Braxton Miller's workload and Curtis Samuel with WRs: Ohio State spring football offensive updates

Offensive observations from Ohio State's spring practice on Thursday, ranging from quarterbacks to running backs to a potential position switch on the offensive line.
Columbus Dispatch Mar 26, 2015

College football: No word yet from Ohio State on Braxton Miller's Instagram photo

The Ohio State athletic department’s compliance office has yet to issue a statement on whether quarterback Braxton Miller might have stepped afoul of any NCAA regulation with his posted Instagram photo -- since taken down -- promoting him as a distributor for Advocare products.
Plain Dealer Mar 26, 2015

Joey Bosa, Darron Lee, Josh Perry and Adolphus Washington get a rest: Ohio State spring football defensive updates

Observations on Ohio State's defense from the fourth practice of the spring on Thursday at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center.
Plain Dealer Mar 26, 2015

Ohio State football: Would four-star QB Torrance Gibson ever consider a position change?

"I don't think I am going to change," Gibson said. "We'll just see how everything goes. Everyone keeps throwing this receiver thing into my head. I don't think people have even seen me play receiver, they are just saying I am going to be one."
Plain Dealer Mar 26, 2015

Kentucky basketball and Ohio State football are two peas in different pods: Bill Livingston

In Cleveland, a city that is a hotbed of interest in Ohio State football, fans should be able to appreciate the fervor of Kentucky basketball fans.
Plain Dealer Mar 25, 2015

Ohio State looking into possible NCAA rules issue with Braxton Miller and potential endorsement photo

Miller posted a photo of himself with AdvoCare nutritional products on one of his social media pages. He has since removed the photos.

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