As the Big Ten football teams gathered in Chicago last week to preview the season, the implied understanding was that the road to the conference championship will go through Columbus, Ohio, again.
After years of being the punching bag for college football fans and pundits, the Big Ten is riding high off the momentum of Ohio State’s National Championship victory in the first ever College Football Playoff. The conference seemsShow More Summary
The Virginia Tech Hokies open the 2015 college football season on Labor Day night in Blacksburg against defending national champion Ohio State. Facing an opponent like the Buckeyes in the opener could ruin your season, but losing toShow More Summary
From the OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY New design brings world’s first solar battery to performance milestone Sunlight makes the new ‘aqueous solar flow’ battery 20 percent more efficient than today’s lithium-iodine batteries COLUMBUS, Ohio–After debuting the world’s first solar air battery last fall, researchers at The Ohio State University have now reached a new milestone. In…
A recently uncovered "secret" parody songbook compiled by the marching band of Ohio State University details the disturbing sense of humor of one of America’s most storied ensembles.
CHICAGO - The Big Ten Network will give fans a behind-the-scenes look at this year's Ohio State team as it debuts "Scarlet and Gray Days: Inside Ohio State Training Camp."
An Ohio State University marching band song made fun of Holocaust victims, an independent investigation has found.
This is some next-level Harbaugh weirdness. It's Day Two of Big Ten Media Days on Friday, which means new Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh is taking the podium after an offseason full of Harbaugh being weird. Harbaugh was asked about Ohio State and... Show More Summary
The state is important as a bellwether of presidential politics; its general-election voters have unerringly picked every chief executive since 1964.
The first edition of the Amway Coaches Poll was released Thursday, giving college football fans the first definitive look at the nation's top teams heading into the 2015 season. As expected, defending national champion Ohio State headlined...Show More Summary
An established Big Ten recruiting rivalry gained another dynamic this week with how Ohio State and Michigan State have dealt with offensive lineman Gavin Cupp. The 6'5", 270-pound prospect approached last weekend as a member of the Spartans'...Show More Summary
‘Urban Meyer Knows’ will also be trademarked.
Ohio Governor John Kasich joined me to begin my first show after my vacation: Audio: 07-30hhs-kasich Transcript: HH: So glad to have as my first guest since being gone for ten days, the Governor of the great state of Ohio, the Honorable John Kasich. Show More Summary
A parody songbook shared privately by members of the Ohio State marching band — the so-called “Best Damn Band in the Land” — contained offensive references to the Holocaust, according to a Wall Street Journal report detailing just what those references are. The book, which was updated three years ago, makes joking mention of furnaces […]
Defending national champion Ohio State was the obvious, and near unanimous, preseason No. 1 pick in the USA Today college football coaches poll.
CHICAGO — For the defending national champions, Ohio State was supposed to have a relatively quiet Big Ten media days. Key words: supposed to. Sure the Buckeyes are currently sitting atop the college football world, but with Michigan's...Show More Summary
Ohio State's quiet offseason was interrupted on Thursday with the news that superstar defensive end Joey Bosa and three key pass-catchers— Jalin Marshall, Dontre Wilson and Corey Smith—have been suspended for the Buckeyes' season-opening...Show More Summary
It's officially college football season. Thursday saw the release of the first major Top 25 rankings for 2015, as the Amway coaches poll declared Ohio State to be the nation's best heading into the year. There really was no surprise at the top. Show More Summary
Ohio State confirmed the suspension of four of its stars on Thursday. Joey Bosa, Jalin Marshall, Corey Smith and Dontre Wilson will sit out for the Buckeyes' season opener at Virginia Tech on Sept. 7 due to suspensions for "marijuana...Show More Summary