Only 14 years old and already 6-foot-6, Akron Buchtel hoops prodigy Chris Livingston has received an offer from the Ohio State Buckeyes.
One-and-done is a term rarely used outside of college basketball, but for Dwayne Haskins, it could be one that’s used for the Ohio State quarterback this fall. If things go right and he fulfills his potential, the redshirt sophomore could be one-and-done as the starting QB for the Buckeyes.
Urban Meyer and Ohio State royally messed up here and should be held accountable, but this problem is bigger than Meyer and OSU. They are merely a symptom of a deeper infection.
Urban Meyer says that he *did* report the Zach Smith incident in 2015 and apologized for lying at Big Ten Media Days.
Is this possibly the end? Ohio State has placed Urban Meyer on paid administrative leave
Without their best player and two role players, Scarlet and Gray still won to advance to Sunday’s quarterfinals.
Scarlet and Gray will add Greg Oden, but they’ll be without Sully and Byron Mullens this weekend in Atlanta. They will play in the Super 16 Friday night.
Urban Meyer was put in a tough spot given the timing, but naming Brian Hartline the interim WRs coach for the Ohio State Buckeyes was the right choice
Columbus will likely hold another The Basketball Tournament regional sooner rather than later, but hopefully, they choose to put it at a much bigger venue next time around.
Amid more ugly allegations involving his ex-wife, the Buckeyes have fired wide receivers coach Zach Smith. It was a move Urban Meyer seemingly had to make.
It was a team effort, but Jared Sullinger went full beast mode while dominating in the scoring column and on the glass to help Scarlet and Gray advance to the Super 16 of The Tournament.
The No. 1 seed Scarlet and Gray’s squad in The Basketball Tournament is stacked, to say the least. They took care of business in their opener of The Tournament in front of a sold-out crowd in Columbus, Ohio Saturday afternoon.
Chris Holtmann’s Buckeyes have continued to dominate off the court after an impressive (and surprising) season.
They made it to the Final Four last summer, but Scarlet and Gray’s team in The Tournament is even more stacked this time around.
The wait was much longer than many expected, but former Buckeyes star Keita Bates-Diop is headed to the Timberwolves
A look back at the OSU quarterback dominance of the past decade and a look ahead to the Dwayne Haskins era after a transfer in today’s While We’re Waiting
Keyshawn Woods isn’t a well-known name in college basketball, but he’s the kind of player that the Buckeyes really needed heading into the 2018-19 season.
Keeping the top talent in Ohio is vitally important for Ohio State’s success on the hardwood. Getting a commitment from the top-rated in-state player in 2019 is a great start. Now Chris Holtmann and company just need to keep the momentum going.
Even though he will have to sit out the 2018-19 season due to transfer rules, Walker still has two years of eligibility remaining. With starting point guard C.J. Jackson entering his fourth and final year of eligibility next winter, Walker will have a chance to take over the starting point guard role when he becomes eligible in 2019-20. For what it’s worth, incoming freshman Luther Muhammad and Duane Washington could possibly be competing for the starting point guard spot as well.
They were able to work it out this season, but Ohio State is missing virtually an entire senior class next winter due to recruiting failures at the end of Thad Matta’s time with the Buckeyes.