Braxton Miller is back to full health, having recovered from a second surgery on his right shoulder. He soon expects to be throwing the football with full velocity.
If you have any lingering concerns about what will happen when Braxton Miller is on the receiving end of a football, he's given you some encouragement via his Instagram account. In a video he posted Monday, he demonstrates that he only needs one hand to field a ball fired at him from about 50 yards away. Noteworthy: he's holding five footballs in the other arm, and the one he uses to catch is his throwing shoulder -- the one he had surgery on.
The last time Adam Niemeyer and five other Ohio State teammates saw Zach Farmer, the talk did not center on hospitals, leukemia, hair loss and chemotherapy treatments. It was a group of young men talking baseball, watching baseball and having that good-to-be-alive feeling on a Sunday afternoon in the living room of the Farmer’s home in Piketon, Ohio.
The state championship football games will return to Ohio Stadium in 2016 for a third straight year, Ohio High School Athletic Association officials confirmed on Tuesday.
One day after losing a member of its highly rated 2016 recruiting class, Ohio State picked up another with the commitment from offensive lineman Gavin Cupp on Tuesday.
Reds starter Anthony DeSclafani allowed two runs on seven hits in six innings. He struck out a career-high nine.
CINCINNATI — Anthony DeSclafani has figured out how to handle the Cardinals — go right at them. The rookie handled St. Louis for the second straight start, striking out a career-high nine, and the Cincinnati Reds turned a big first inning off John Lackey into a 3-2 victory Tuesday night.
The Indians' Carlos Carrasco threw nine shutout innings, allowing a hit and a walk.
ANAHEIM, Calif. — Rookie Giovanny Urshela hit a two-run homer in the 12th inning after teammate Carlos Carrasco pitched one-hit ball through the first nine, and the Cleveland Indians beat the Los Angeles Angels 2-0 on Tuesday night.
Nick Swisher, on an injury rehab assignment with the Clippers, follows through on one of his two hits. He also walked twice.
Roster changes chased the Clippers to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, Pa., for three days and back again to Huntington Park on Tuesday night with no one on the team blinking yet.
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Ohio State linebacker Joshua Perry told the crowd at today's Big Ten Luncheon that athletes have a voice. He raised his voice to highlight the many ways athletes can and have advocated for noble causes.
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