Urban Meyer is pleased with the offseason work that defensive lineman Tommy Schutt (90) has put in. The Ohio State coach is looking for more depth on the defensive front.
Through six spring practice sessions, Ohio State coach Urban Meyer hasn’t been tossing around many superlatives, especially toward the offensive line or the young players he wants to see help the defensive line.
Receiver Michael Thomas will have sports hernia surgery, Ohio State coach Urban Meyer said yesterday, which will cause him to miss the rest of spring practice.
Ohio State freshman point guard Kelsey Mitchell received All-America honors yesterday from the U.S. Basketball Writers Association and the Associated Press.
Brandon Dubinsky celebrates after beating Devils goalie Cory Schneider on a penalty shot in the second period.
It took 539 NHL games for Blue Jackets center Brandon Dubinsky to be awarded a penalty shot, and he made good on his first attempt in a 3-2 overtime victory over the New Jersey Devils last night at Nationwide Arena.
Jack Johnson raises his arms in celebration after scoring 56 seconds into overtime to give the Blue Jackets the victory at Nationwide Arena.
Jack Johnson was skating across the slot and away from the goal when he saw his backhand shot rattle off a post and settle into the net behind New Jersey goalie Cory Schneider. The horn sounded, the cannon blasted, and the Blue Jackets won their seventh straight game last night, 3-2 in overtime over the Devils at Nationwide Arena.
Michigan State guard Travis Trice is peaking right now after a rocky senior season. He is averaging 19.8 points in the NCAA tournament.
Shortly after talking to his college coach on the afternoon of Feb. 8 about moving from the starting lineup to a role coming off the bench, Travis Trice called his high-school coach to talk about it.
It was pretty obvious that sophomore second baseman L Grant Davis had won the game for Ohio State when he hit a belt-high slider to right field as if it had been launched out of a mortar. Ohio State teammates were ready to storm the field. Across the diamond, Ohio University players knew they had been beaten. Everyone, it seemed, knew the ballgame was history except for the man standing at the plate with the bat in his hands.
Even before the first pitch of the 2015 season is thrown, an eye-popping baseball record will be set.
Dayton players, from left, Saicha Grant-Allen, Amber Deane, Jenna Burdette and Jodie Cornelie-Sigmundova can’t hide their disappointment after the loss to Connecticut.
ALBANY, N.Y. — For 20 minutes last night, the Dayton Flyers showed no signs of slowing their improbable run that had carried them, as a No. 7 seed, to a regional final against mighty Connecticut.
The inevitable elimination of the Blue Jackets from playoff contention could happen as soon as tonight, though it is a fate the team accepted long ago.
The Blue Jackets Scott Hartnell, right, has 25 goals and 54 points this season, but the team’s long string of injuries has limited its effectiveness.
Scott Hartnell has two regrets about his first season with the Blue Jackets. First is the Blue Jackets’ season, how the injury-riddled campaign has only seven games left with no shot at the Stanley Cup playoffs. The other regret is that Hartnell’s foundation — the Hartnell Down Foundation — which, after becoming well-known the previous two years in Philadelphia, has been slow to catch on in Columbus.
The Reds’ Billy Hamilton, right, makes a catch as Marlon Byrd avoids a collision against the Padres.
Trevor Bauer struck out seven, working into the seventh inning, and the Cleveland Indians connected for three home runs yesterday in a 4-1 exhibition victory over the Chicago White Sox in Glendale, Ariz.
Federico Higuain, right, will miss the next game.
There was reason for optimism and also reasons for doubt after the first two games of the season. Lots of offense produced no goals at Houston, and although the Crew scored two in the home opener a week later, they came against a 10-man Toronto team.