Jim Tressel's teams played in nine national championship games, winning four at Youngstown State and one at Ohio State.
Former Ohio State players Tom Cousineau and Jim Otis and former coach Jim Tressel are among nearly 200 candidates on the 2014 ballot for induction into the College Football Hall of Fame.
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Ohio State was barely off the court after its loss on Sunday at Indiana before the emails and tweets began arriving from fans either wondering whether or convinced that the Buckeyes were headed for the NIT instead of the NCAA tournament.
QB Braxton Miller is recovering from surgery on his right shoulder.
Quarterback Braxton Miller, recovering from surgery on his right shoulder, has been made to stand and watch — though wearing a video camera on his cap — as Ohio State dives into spring practice.
In 22 games this season, Marian Gaborik had six goals, eight assists and an even rating, but there were many games where he appeared disinterested or detached from the rest of the group.
Blue Jackets general manager Jarmo Kekalainen acted more relieved than excited. As the NHL trade deadline came and went at 3 p.m. yesterday, the Blue Jackets tried to swing a blockbuster deal that could have given them a huge push in reaching the Stanley Cup playoffs.
The trade deadline deal for Marian Gaborik last year hit the placid hockey waters in Columbus like a cannonball dive off the high board.
Despite denying a report that he asked for a trade, Vancouver Canucks center Ryan Kesler was a center of attention during the days leading up to yesterday’s NHL trade deadline.
The warranty on the 2013-14 season could expire for the Ohio State women’s basketball team depending on what happens in its opening-round Big Ten tournament game against Northwestern today at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
Davone Bess had 42 catches last season.
The Cleveland Browns parted ways with troubled receiver Davone Bess yesterday after one disappointing season and a troubled offseason.
Devin Thomas of Wake Forest celebrates after the unranked Demon Deacons’ first victory over fourth-ranked Duke since 2009.
Wake Forest 82, No. 4 Duke 72: Tyler Cavanaugh scored a career-high 20 points and host Wake Forest pulled away to upset Duke in the Atlantic Coast Conference last night.
A deal has yet to be announced, but sources have told The Dispatch that the Crew season opener on Saturday will be on Time Warner Cable SportsChannel, ending a two-year relationship with Fox Sports Ohio.
Question: Playing baseball in Ohio means a lot of road games to start the season. Did you get some sun in Florida?
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