WFNY’s Josh Poloha is back with his second WWW in three days, this time talking about the NBA All-Star Draft, LeBron, and why college football recruiting class rankings don’t always tell the whole story.
Tate Martell was destined for South Beach, one way or another. The two are a perfect match and the new Miami Hurricane seems like a perfect fit at The U.
Justin Fields hasn’t been ruled eligible to play in 2019 yet but oddsmakers seem to believe that he not only will, but the Ohio State quarterback will compete for the Heisman Trophy next fall as well.
Ryan Day has escalated the best rivalry in sports in his first week as head coach, while filling out defensive coaching positions for the Ohio State University.
Following the greatest season fro any Ohio State quarterback in the program’s storied history, Dwayne Haskins has decided to forego his final two years of eligibility and declare for the 2019 NFL Draft.
So Ryan Day *can* recruit both players and coaches to Ohio State. Now, the head coach just has to keep the momentum going.
With Michael Jordan deciding to forego his final season of eligibility and declare for the 2019 NFL Draft, Ohio State is now faced with the tough task of having to replace four of five starting offensive linemen next fall.
In 2002, safety Mike Doss elected to return for his senior season in order to win a championship, a dream that became a reality. Sixteen years later, Jordan Fuller is hoping to do the same.
Ryan Day make quite a splash on the first day officially leading the Buckeyes, adding Oklahoma State offensive coordinator Mike Yurcich as Ohio State’s new passing game coordinator and quarterbacks coach.
In a game that was much closer than many expected, the Buckeyes took down Washington, 28-23, in Urban Meyer’s last game as a head coach.
Still not ready for the Rose Bowl? Ohio State’s final video trailer of the season is here to save the day and will get you hyped up for “The Grandaddy of them all”,
In just one season as a full-time starter, Dwayne Haskins has accomplished so much at Ohio State. Tuesday night’s Rose Bowl could very well be his last game as a Buckeye and for that, Buckeye Nation shouldn’t take “The Granddaddy of Them All” (or him) for granted.
Zach Harrison committing to the Buckeyes means so much more than just one commitment, especially when it pertains to the top in-state prospect in the 2019 class. Ryan Day and his coaching staff have already proven that they are quite good on the recruiting trail.
Ohio State will take on Northwestern on a Friday night in 2019. WFNY’s Josh Poloha explains why that’s so wrong.
After their win over Bucknell, Ohio State remained at No. 15 in the latest AP Poll, their highest ranking of the season.
Ohio State’s roller coaster of a season will conclude with the Urban Meyer’s last game being the “Granddaddy of Them All” but in the end, it was a disappointing one for the Buckeyes. The same goes for any season that doesn’t end with a national championship for the scarlet and gray.
Whether it’s the fact that Ohio State’s wide receivers have performed so well on the field or Brian Hartline’s success on the recruiting trail, Ryan Day removing Hartline’s interim tag was a well-deserved promotion.
Urban Meyer was perfect against Michigan, won championships, and made sure his players were best prepared for the next level during his seven years at Ohio State. You can’t ask for much more than that.
Although he’s one of three players invited to the Heisman Trophy presentation in New York City Saturday night, Dwayne Haskins has just the third-best odds to win the award. His odds somehow fell after a 499-yard, five-touchdown performance in the Big Ten Championship game.
For the second straight year, Ohio State won the Big Ten championship, but missed out on the College Football Playoff.