Ohio St. Buckeyes

13-1

2018 Big Ten Standings
WEST CONF OVR
Ohio State 8-1 13-1
Michigan 8-1 10-3
Penn State 6-3 9-4
Michigan State 5-4 7-6
Maryland 3-6 5-7
Indiana 2-7 5-7
Rutgers 0-9 1-11

Injuries

  • G
    Demetrius Knox (Leg) is questionable Tuesday vs Washington
  • OL
    Thayer Munford (Undisclosed) is downgraded to OUT Tuesday vs Washington
  • CB
    Cameron Brown (Undisclosed) is questionable Tuesday vs Washington
  • S
    Marcus Hooker (Undisclosed) is questionable Tuesday vs Washington

Ohio St. Buckeyes News

  • Yesterday at 6:48am
  • RT @NFL: The BEST from Dwayne Haskins at @OhioStateFB Pro Day! @dh_simba7 https://t.co/04WDh9J142

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  • Yesterday at 6:20am

    Land-Grant Holy Land: 2021 DL looking forward to weekend trip to Ohio State

    Are you looking for some of the latest news in the world of Ohio State football recruiting? You came to the right place.

    Land-Grant Holy Land is here to save the day.

    Ryan Day and the rock star group of Ohio State assistant coaches are set to play host to a long list of talented high school prospects over the next few days.

    One of the aforementioned standout recruits to make the trip to Columbus this weekend to see what it would be like to line up for Ohio State at the next level is class of 2021 Elliot Donald.

  • Yesterday at 3:17am

    Eleven Warriors: Mid-week Visitors DeaMonte Trayanum and Bryan Sanborn Reflect on Their Trips, Cincinnati Prospect Expected in Columbus on Saturday

    Four-star Akron athlete DeaMonte Trayanum headlined the Tuesday visits for Ohio State. The No. 334 player overall in the 2020 class has bounced back and forth between preferring running back and linebacker, but many teams are recruiting him as a running back.

    He carried the ball 106 times for 1,313 yards and 26 touchdowns and offers a big body at 6-feet, 215 pounds at the position.

    His visit to Ohio State went "really good," he told Eleven Warriors. The Akron standout was able to talk to most of the Ohio State coaching staff, he said, and upon leaving Columbus, Trayanum said he doesn't feel much different about the program than when he came.

  • Yesterday at 12:34am

    Land-Grant Holy Land: An impressive coaching effort from Chris Holtmann this year leads Ohio State to the NCAA Tournament

    The fact that head coach Chris Holtmann has led Ohio State to the NCAA Tournament in each of his first two seasons with the school is pretty incredible considering what he walked into. Holtmann didn't take the Ohio State job until June 2017, putting him at a disadvantage compared to other coaches when it comes to recruiting. While Holtmann did have veterans like Keita Bates-Diop and Jae'Sean Tate to lean on, the job he did in his first season in Columbus earned him honors as Big Ten Coach of the Year.

    With Bates-Diop and Tate having moved on to the professional ranks, Ohio State took a bit of a step back this year, but still were able to secure a spot in the NCAA Tournament.

  • March 21 at 10:04pm

    Fansided: Ohio State Basketball: Dwayne Haskins' Pro Day better than Kyler Murray's

    Ohio State football players had one more opportunity before the draft to showcase their physical slills in front of NFL scouts and general managers at the Pro Day yesterday. Dwayne Haskins simply couldn't have had a better workout and everybody had to come away impressed.

    Quite frankly, Haskins' performance at his Pro Day was far better than Kyler Murray's.

    That's not a slight on the Oklahoma quarterback as he was simply intent on showing scouts he had the ability to throw from the pocket. His ball came out well and he hit his receivers which is what everybody wanted to see.

  • March 21 at 5:06pm
  • The third LB of the day to lose the black stripe Congratulations @Ben_Schmiesing!#GoBucks https://t.co/WRZIMDs6fV

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  • March 21 at 5:04pm
  • The LB room is on ! @cadekacherski1, get that black stripe off!#GoBucks https://t.co/8cGHTBFKWW

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  • March 21 at 5:02pm
  • This guy epitomizes Relentless Effort! Congrats to @_hittle20 for losing the black stripe!#GoBucks https://t.co/I9rFdKas2i

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  • March 21 at 4:36pm
  • #OSUProDay #NFLDraft #GoBucks #DevelopedHere https://t.co/p2eE0LoX45

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  • March 20 at 6:00pm
  • Somebody draft this man @TheTerry_25 already https://t.co/CYlXManWgx

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  • March 20 at 2:18pm
  • Handsss @TheTerry_25 @dh_simba7 #GoBucks #OSUProDay #DevelopedHere https://t.co/QevaUyMper

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  • March 20 at 1:26pm
  • Meeeech @Meech_Dream14 #GoBucks #OSUProDay #DevelopedHere https://t.co/QinjafcYJN

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  • March 20 at 1:06pm
  • Pro Day is LIVEEE#GoBucks #OSUProDay #DevelopedHere @TheOfficial_80 https://t.co/2pQGMNhN8i

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  • March 15 at 3:21pm

    Fansided: Ohio State Football: Buckeyes look to continue NFL dominance

    Prior to the "new league year", all NFL teams had to exercise options for 2019 on all players who had those clauses in their contracts. When 4pm came around, all 2018 player contracts expired and the free agency period was officially underway.

    Avoiding free agency, three Buckeyes managed to stay on rosters. Bradley Roby signed a one-year, $10 million deal with the Houston Texans on Tuesday. Johnathan Hankins re-signed with the Oakland Raiders on a two-year deal that is reportedly worth $8.5 million.

    Additionally, the Steelers announced on Monday that Ryan Shazier will remain on contract for the 2019 NFL season.

  • March 15 at 2:08pm

    Eleven Warriors: Jeff Heuerman Signs Two-Year, $9 Million Deal to Stay with Denver Broncos

    Jeff Heuerman is staying with the Denver Broncos.

    The former Ohio State tight end agreed to a two-year, $9 million deal to re-sign with the Broncos on Friday, according to reports by ESPN's Adam Schefter and 9News' Mike Klis.

    Denver re-signing TE Jeff Heuerman to a two-year, $9 million deal, per source.

    -- Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 15, 2019

    Heuerman is coming off his most productive season as an NFL player, catching 31 passes for 281 yards and two touchdowns in 11 games before his season ended early due to broken ribs and a bruised lung.

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