It took one game against Ohio State for the Gophers to accomplish something the team was unable to able to do in four regular season games last season: defeat the Buckeyes. Friday's win didn't come easy. Matching up well in a goalie duel against the OSU's
by: Aubrey Nelson — Eleven Warriors 5h
Carson Meyer netted a pair of goals but the No. 1 Buckeyes started slowly and never fully recovered in a home-opening loss to UMass.
by: Phil Harrison — USA Today: Buckeye Wire 6h
Chris Holtmann can apparently shoot a little. The Ohio State Men’s Basketball Twitter account shared a video of him draining shots from beyond the arc. Contact/Follow @PhilHarrisonBW If there…
by: The Columbus Dispatch — The Columbus Dispatch: Buckeye Extra 12h
Ohio State men's basketball beat writer Adam Jardy talks about the potential NCAA rankings for this upcoming season, the best case and worst case scenarios for the Buckeyes, and what the expectations are for this young team. Finally, we answer questions..
by: Matt Tamanini — SB Nation: Land-Grant Holy Land 16h
Plus, Nick Bosa makes the right decision and OMG Chris Holtmann is the best.
by: Alec Hartman — Fansided: Factory of Sadness 19h
The Ohio State Buckeyes enter prime time once more as they go on the road to face the Purdue Boilermakers Through inconsistency, the No. 2 Buckeyes have pr...
by: The Tylt — Cleveland.com 21h
LSU was fined $100,000 for storming the field after beating Georgia.
by: Phil Harrison — USA Today: Buckeye Wire 21h
The Big Ten released a statement today announcing the launch of a new Big Ten radio station on Sirius XM. It’s all going down Monday. Contact/Follow @PhilHarrisonBW The Big Ten already has a …
by: Andy Vance — Eleven Warriors 19 Oct
Ohio State answered a few questions during its annual wrestle-off event, including Micah Jordan earning the right to start at 149 pounds.
by: Brett Ludwiczak — SB Nation: Land-Grant Holy Land 18 Oct
How can Bosa not be eligible to play in the NFL yet, while Tremaine Edmunds, who Bosa is six months older than, is producing on defense at the professional level?
by: Adam Jardy — The Columbus Dispatch: Buckeye Extra 18 Oct
It has been nearly 30 years and Chris Holtmann can still vividly recall the conversation.From the basement of his house in Nicholasville, Kentucky, Holtmann could hear his father, John, on the phone with the man whom the high school standout wanted to be.
by: Dan Hope — Eleven Warriors 18 Oct
Urban Meyer discusses the development of Ohio State's wide receivers and Tyreke Smith and said injuries have had an effect on the Buckeyes' practices.