Ever since he arrived at Ohio State in 2012, Urban Meyer has defaulted to a particular motto when it comes to explaining ugly wins that have occurred while the Buckeyes remained undefeated: The best part about being unbeaten is the opportunity...Show More Summary
The Big Ten teams at the top of the Associated Press Top 25 came out on top again this week, but the Ohio State Buckeyes and Michigan State Spartans both faced brutal scares. In the early part of the day, it looked like the No. 2 Spartans would roll at home against Purdue, as they jumped out to a quick 21-0 lead. Show More Summary
The top-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes did everything they could to keep the Indiana Hoosiers in the game Saturday night before a red-zone stand in the final moments gave the defending national champions a 34-27 win on the road. The game ended after Indiana sophomore quarterback Zander Diamont's last-second heave into the end zone fell incomplete. Show More Summary
So close, yet so far. Indiana played a heck of a game against No. 1 Ohio State. Starting QB Nate Sudfeld got hurt. Starting RB Jordan Howard got hurt. And yet, they were a play away from taking the defending national champs to overtime. Unfortunately,...Show More Summary
Almost, Hoosiers. Almost. It was almost a fairy tale for Indiana... almost. After gaining national recognition by lobbying hard for ESPN College GameDay, the Hoosiers went into halftime with a 10-6 lead over No. 1 Ohio State, but after...Show More Summary
Did not don his waddle tattoos in vain.
Indiana may have started the season 3-1, but the Hoosiers are still a massive underdog against the reigning national champions — and (...)
Advocates hoped to be able to compare student performance across state lines, but that’s still hard to do.
Ohio State has dominated the Big Ten since Urban Meyer took over in 2012, running through the regular-season conference slate unscathed in each of the last three seasons. Surprisingly, though, Indiana has given Meyer more of a fight than almost any team in the league. The No. Show More Summary
#1 Ohio State will be kicking the snot out of Indiana at 3:30pm #2 Michigan State is kicking the snot out of Purdue #3 Mississippi plays #25 Florida at 7:00pm #4 TCU is kicking the snot out of Texas...
When the Ohio State Buckeyes take on Penn State on Oct. 17, they will be making history...with their uniforms. The Buckeyes will don their first-ever black attire. The new digs still feature scarlet, but the rest is mainly black, including sweet black matte helmets. Show More Summary
The margin between Ohio State and Michigan State for the No. 1 spot in the Associated Press poll is only 85 points. In the Amway poll, it's exactly 100. If the Buckeyes don't start winning in more convincing fashion, the reigning national...Show More Summary
Ohio State and Michigan State, currently the top two teams in the country, are seemingly on a Nov. 21 collision course in the Big Ten. Beyond that, there's plenty of room for movement among College Football Playoff hopefuls as conference...Show More Summary
Don't worry, Buckeye fans. Scarlet is still involved. The Buckeyes will wear these long-rumored new digs at home against Penn State on Oct. 17. While the look is mostly black from head to toe, the uniforms also include scarlet and white stripes, hinting at Ohio State's more traditional look. Show More Summary
Can Indiana inch closer to GameDay!? Unfortunately, despite a massive response from fans across the country, #iufb4gameday won't be happening for Indiana vs. Ohio State this week. Instead, College GameDay will be headed to Clemson for the Tigers' game against Notre Dame. Show More Summary
JaQuan Lyle is hoping to make some noise at Ohio State.
Republican presidential candidate and Ohio Governor John Kasich called on the Obama administration to impose a no-fly zone over Syria, a move that would bring the United States into potential conflict with Russia.
We haven’t had a thread about the nation’s best band of the last decade lately, so it’s worth noting that “Little Miami” might be the best song Wussy has ever recorded. Chuck Cleaver thinks so anyway. I can’t really argue, although there are 5 or 6 others that I think have a claim to the […]
An Ohio judge has stopped the state health department and pro-life Governor John Kasich from closing two Cincinnati-area abortion clinics that have been breaking state law. The Ohio Department of Health has denied requests for variances submitted by two abortion clinics citing they failed to meet the minimum requirements that would qualify for them. The […]
Rebecca Steinitz is a parent, writer, editor and literacy consultant in Massachusetts urban high schools. She was previously an English professor and director of the freshman writing program at Ohio Wesleyan University, and director of the high school teacher education program at Lesley University’s School of Education. She has been concerned for some time about […]