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Quaterbacks instructor (or “Quarterback Engineer” as his Twitter bio calls him,) George Whitfield has been working with Buckeye signal caller Braxton Miller.
In that capacity, he has gained some impressive access to the Woody Hayes Athletics Center, and–fortunately for us–he has been willing to share.
To see what he shared today, click the story's headline!
The college basketball world lost a good one today. 97.1 The Fan joins with those saddened by the passing of Charlie Coles.
To read more about the Miami Redhawks great and mentor to Thad Matta, click the story's headline...
We’ve become a society that not only rejoices in others misfortune, but actually congratulates itself when someone is brought low.
That explains a lot of the reaction to E. Gordon Gee's impending retirement. To read more, click the story's headline.
The Memorial Tournament interview room was busy today. Jack Nicklaus held court for more than an hour. His appearance was followed by media sessions with Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Adam Scott. To hear from them, click the story's headline.
Ready for this year's Memorial Tournament? Hear from some of the golfers participating in the event. Just click the story's headline!
Former Ohio State wide receiver Ray Small, who spent almost his entire Buckeye career (2006-2009) in Jim Tressel’s doghouse and even suspended a couple of time for repeatedly violating team rules, recently recorded a cell-phone video apology. In the two-part video, Small repeatedly apologizes to friends, family, former teammates and coaches, and Buckeye Nation. Click on the headline to see for yourself.
Apparently a Big Ten team adding another Big Ten team as a "nonconference" opponent isn't as outlandish as it might have first sounded. For an explanation on why it's still unlikely, but not impossible, click the story's headline.