Ohio St. Buckeyes


2018 Big Ten Standings
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
  • 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

  • Fansided: Ohio State Football: QB recruits shouldn't taunt the Buckeyes

    Two quarterback recruits have made comments about Ohio State recently. I find it extremely interesting they would do so since they each have a long way to go before taking their first snap in college.

    Deuce Hogan is a member of Iowa's 2020 recruiting class and J.J. McCarthy is committed to the 2021 Michigan class. Both had interesting things to say about the Buckeyes.

    First a look at the Iowa commit. Things Hogan said as reported by All Hawkeyes.com, definitely leads you to believe the young QB doesn't lack confidence. But why did he have to say this?

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    Fansided: Ohio State Football: Buckeyes seek return to CFP in 2019

    This time in 2014, the world had their eyes locked in on Ohio State as National Championship contenders. A second Braxton Miller injury later and out the window those aspirations went. The Buckeyes seemed to be forgotten and written off, but inside the locker room nobody panicked.

    The Buckeyes put together one of the greatest comeback stories in sports history. They overcame two injuries to their quarterbacks, an albatross of a loss to Virginia Tech, the death of a teammate and having to beat the Heisman finalists in consecutive games.

    Those three games were among the greatest of the Urban Meyer era.

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    Eleven Warriors: Cade Stover Excited to Bring Hard-Hitting Game to Ohio State, Play for New Coaching Staff Despite Close Relationship with Bill Davis

    LEXINGTON, Ohio - From the time Division I football teams began recruiting him in his sophomore year at Lexington High School in 2016, Ohio State was always at the top of Cade Stover's list.

    He didn't want to rush through the process, or choose Ohio State simply because it was the hometown school, so he took his time. He made several visits to Ohio State - as well as to Notre Dame, Oklahoma and Penn State - before committing to the Buckeyes last April.

    "I didn't jump the gun at all and commit early," Stover said.

  • Fansided: Ohio State Football: Buckeye defense can once again be Silver Bullets

    Through the years of Ohio State football, defense has often been the key to our winning ways. From way back in 1942 when Paul Brown's Buckeyes gave up no more than 20 points in a game on their way to the first championship in program history, all the way to 2014.

    That year the Buckeyes held the explosive Oregon Ducks to just 20 points for the eighth Ohio State football championship.

    However, recent teams have strayed from the "Silver Bullet" status, which was predicated on getting to the ball-carrier or receiver as quick as a bullet, whether on the ground or through the air.

  • Land-Grant Holy Land: Ohio State recruiting: Canadian star includes OSU in final list

    Yesterday marked 100 days until the kick-off of the 2019 season for the Ohio State Buckeyes. Yes, you read that correctly, and being that it's now under 100 days until the Buckeyes take the field again, the wait probably only feels longer. With little to no updates in the headlines concerning the Buckeye football program, it's definitely the off-season and news is slow to come by. Recruiting, though, is one area of this program that never ceases and this past week has been no different. Ryan Day and his staff have been all over the country yet again as they sent out offers to new prospects and found themselves still in the thick of things for many of their top guys.

  • Eleven Warriors: Ted Ginn Jr. to Race in 40-Yard Dash Tournament Featuring NFL Players

    Ted Ginn Jr. is getting his wish.

    About a week ago, Ginn boldly claimed himself the fastest receiver in the NFL and offered a standing $10,000 bet for anyone wishing to race him - anytime, anywhere.

    Now Ginn will get a chance to prove his speed in 40 Yards of Gold, a 40-yard dash tournament featuring the fastest players in football, as voted on by fans. The contestants will run parallel 40-yard dashes in a bracket-style competition.

    Here's a list of some of the NFL players who will be competing:

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    Former Buckeye linebacker Jerome Baker is also among the list of contestants fans can vote for to appear in the competition.

  • Fansided: Ohio State Football: Buckeyes still strong, wrongfully underrated

    Unless the news is coming from inside of Columbus Ohio State is being overlooked as one of the top teams in the country and even their own conference by many.

    It is widely believed the losses of Urban Meyer and Dwayne Haskins will cause the Buckeyes to take a step back from a year ago. That may be true, but the step Ohio State will take is not backwards - it is to the side and then in a new direction.

    As the Ohio State football season is now only about a hundred days away, the world is inching closer to the official start of a new era in Buckeye football.

  • Fansided: Ohio State Football: Bosa's injury situation and Washington found a home

    Simply by judging talent and production there was no doubt Nick Bosa should have been chosen as the second pick of the first round by the San Francisco 49ers. However, there were some who doubted he could stay healthy.

    After all, Bosa suffered injuries that ended both his high school and college careers.

    It only took a short time in the NFL before the defensive end was on the sideline again, and it happened during an OTA. Is Bosa injury prone or just unfortunate?

    That's difficult to say because they were separate injuries.

    In high school he injured a knee and at Ohio State it was a core muscle.

  • Eleven Warriors: Columbus Destroyers Sign Former Ohio State Defensive End Robert Rose

    The Columbus Destroyers officially have a Buckeye on their roster.

    The new Arena Football League team announced the addition of former Ohio State defensive end Robert Rose to their roster on Thursday night, making Rose the first player who played his entire college football career for the Buckeyes to sign with the team.

    ROSTER UPDATE: From THE @OhioState University.. Destroyers assigned defensive end Robert Rose!

    Welcome back to Columbus, Robert!#TheReturn #ItsOn pic.twitter.com/OG0kHJ116a

    -- Columbus Destroyers (@AFLDestroyers) May 24, 2019

    A five-star recruit out of Cleveland's Glenville High School, Rose played for Ohio State from 2006-09.

  • Eleven Warriors: It's Chirping Season, Ted Ginn Jr. Has an Epic Wager, Paris Johnson Jr. is a Freak and Dabo Stays a Fool

    Jason Priestas and Joshua Perry went knee-deep into offseason storylines - the truly fun and weirds stuff - as they dive deep into commit chirping season, try to reconcile the hilarious integrity of the Michigan Man and wonder if Ted Ginn could really smoke most of the NFL wide receivers in the 40.

    1:52 Michigan's quarterback of the future, J.J. McCarthy, who grew up an Ohio State fan, watching Terrelle Pryor and Braxton Miller, has words for the Buckeyes. In fact, he wants to "kill them" now. Mr. McCarthy has to deliver because screenshots live forever.

  • Eleven Warriors: A Look at Gunnar Hoak and Ohio State's Most Important Backups in 2019

    Ohio State probably understands the value of a good backup more than any other school in the country.

    If you're just looking through the lens of the Urban Meyer era, backups played huge roles.

    In 2012, Meyer used starting quarterback Braxton Miller as the focal point in an offense desperate for playmakers, and he was at a higher risk for injury every week. Miller went down in Week 8 against Purdue, and the Buckeyes were forced to turn to little-known backup Kenny Guiton. He went on to save Ohio State's improbable undefeated season by leading an even more improbable comeback.

  • Eleven Warriors: Miami Dolphins Sign Former Ohio State Defensive Tackle Adolphus Washington to One-Year Deal, Per Reports

    Adolphus Washington is getting another shot in the NFL.

    The former Ohio State defensive tackle signed a one-year deal with the Miami Dolphins on Thursday, according to multiple reports. ESPN's Adam Schefter was the first to report the news, and several Dolphins beat reporters have since confirmed Schefter's report.

    Dolphins have signed free-agent defensive lineman Adolphus Washington to a one-year deal, per source.

    -- Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) May 23, 2019

    Washington had been a free agent since being waived by the Cincinnati Bengals in April.

    A third-round pick in the 2016 NFL draft, Washington spent two-plus seasons with the Buffalo Bills before being waived by the team that drafted him last September.

  • Eleven Warriors: Michigan Quarterback Commit Wants to Kill Ohio State, Chris Holtmann Talks Longer Three-Pointers, and Chase Young As a Top-5 Pick

    I hope none of you ever have to find out what it's like to go without air conditioning in a Georgia summer. At least it's not July?


    Word of the Day: Erinaceous.

    NEXT NO. 2 OVERALL PICK UP? Ohio State just sent Nick Bosa to the NFL as the No. 2 overall pick and there's a solid chance Chase Young follows closely - or maybe even exactly - in his footsteps.

    Noted draft knower Matt Miller of Bleacher Report has Young as the No. 2 overall prospect in the 2020 draft heading into this year and thinks he could be even better than Bosa.

  • Eleven Warriors: Former Ohio State Commit Jake Wray Announces Commitment to Colorado

    Former Ohio State offensive tackle commit Jake Wray has a new destination.

    The four-star 2020 offensive tackle from Marietta, Georgia, announced Wednesday night that he has committed to Colorado.

    Thank you to everyone who has helped me throughout this process. Specifically my teammates, my coaches and my family. I am committed to The University of Colorado #GoBuffs pic.twitter.com/5va78Mv9mT

    -- Jake Wray (@wrayjake77) May 23, 2019

    Wray originally committed to Ohio State in April 2018, becoming the first member of the Buckeyes' 2020 recruiting class.

  • Fansided: Ohio State Football: The 'Buckeye Brand' wins

    Ryan Day is gearing up for his first season as head coach of THE Ohio State Buckeye football program. For the first time in years we have a new regime trolling the sidelines along with a new quarterback behind center.

    Some of us are nervous, some of us are optimistic, but there is one thing we can all agree on. We are all excited for the upcoming season and the future!

    A majority of other programs around the country would lower expectations with such changes to a program. Not us, not the Buckeyes.

    Over the years Ohio State has had, and lost some, legendary coaches.

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