It seemed as though Ohio State co-defensive coordinator Greg Schiano was head to New England to be the Patriots new defensive coordinator. Contrary to reports earlier this week, Schiano will remain in Columbus and will receive a nice little pay raise from the Buckeyes because of it.
While the Ohio State Buckeyes may no longer control their own destiny in terms of making the Playoff, they still have plenty to play for in Indianapolis Saturday night. With a win, they will have won the Big Ten title for just the second time in the Urban Meyer Era. If that’s not enough motivation, watching this hype trailer will pump you up.
Ohio State is expected to blowout Nebraska Saturday night, but it’s always nice to get a little amped up for the game. This week’s hype trailer does just that, and almost makes you want to run through a brick wall after listening to defensive coordinator Greg Schiano yell at his team in order to get the Buckeyes ready.
Prior to every game, Ohio State’s amazing video and graphic team releases a hype trailer for the upcoming matchup in order to get Buckeye Nation ready for the game. The one for Saturday night’s primetime matchup against Oklahoma may top them all.
NFL.com’s Daniel Jeremiah’s latest Top 50 draft prospects, he has a pair of Buckeyes listed in his top three in Malik Hooker and Marshon Lattimore.
Is it football season yet?
Saturday’s Ohio State spring game will feature plenty of new (and young) faces, along with a bunch of fans in the stands who will be glad to have Buckeyes’ football back in The Shoe on what is expected to be a perfect day spring day in Columbus, Ohio. With plenty of young players who haven’t
When Chris Ash left Ohio State and his role as co-defensive coordinator to be the Rutgers head coach, Buckeyes head coach Urban Meyer knew he needed to fill the vacancy with a well known, respected, and very good coach, and it seems as though he has done just that. Ohio State has hired former Rutgers and
Despite the interest of fans, it appears that the Cleveland Browns will not be making an attempt to sign recently released quarterback Josh Freeman. NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport reported Friday afternoon (tweet) that, after doing some research, “don’t expect the Browns to make a run at Josh Freeman.” Freeman, the No. 17 pick in the 2009