Braxton Miller staying at Ohio State for his senior season

Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller has decided to stay in school for his senior season. Headlines: #OhioState QB Braxton Miller to return for senior season in 2015. @BraxtonMiller5 #GoBucks pic.twitter.com/ITCdNJul3P — Ohio State Buckeyes (@OhioStAthletics) January 10, 2014 This is a very smart move. I think it was obvious this season that Miller isn’t quite ready for the...
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QB Braxton Miller staying in school

Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller has decided to return to the school for his senior year, rather than enter the NFL draft, the school announced Thursday. Judging from the big graphic the school used in their Twitter announcement, we think it's safe to say they're pretty excited for 2014. Braxton, 6-foot-2 and 215 pounds, said he wanted to graduate and to “improve...
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Father says Spence's suspension is unjust

The father of Ohio State's Noah Spence says his son unknowingly ingested the drug ecstasy and that the Big Ten unjustly suspended the sophomore defensive end. Spence was suspended for Ohio State's Orange Bowl loss and must sit out the first two games of the 2014 season. His father, Greg Spence, has told several media outlets that someone apparently slipped the drug into...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Reports: Braxton Miller will return to OSU

Braxton Miller, the undisputed leader of the Ohio State Buckeye football team, said that he would make his NFL decision after the Orange Bowl. It appears now that his decision has been made and the Ohio State coaching staff has been informed. The two time B1G Player of the Year will return to Columbus for his senior season and will not enter the NFL draft at this time. Miller will...
Via Buckeye Empire
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Braxton Miller returning to Ohio State for senior season

After an impressive junior season, Ohio State junior quarterback Braxton Miller has reportedly decided to return to school for his senior year, according to Pete Thamel of Sports Illustrated. Despite missing almost three full games due to injury, the 6’2″, 215-pound dual-threat quarterback managed to rush for over 1,000 yards with double-digit touchdowns for the second consecutive...
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Braxton Miller returning to Ohio State

Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller will not enter the 2014 NFL draft.  Instead he’ll return to school for his senior season. As SI and CBS also reported earlier Braxton Miller will return to Ohio State next season — Joe Schad (@schadjoe) January 5, 2014 This is a very smart move by Miller.  He’s not ready for the pros.     Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Urban Meyer has to get the Ohio State Buckeyes some defense. Fickell has to go.

It is time for Urban Meyer to make a change. That change has to be getting rid of Luke Fickell. The Buckeyes won 24 games in a row only to lose the 2 biggest games they played in. The Buckeyes defense has been terrible since they made Fickell the defensive coordinator. Meyer has been a loyal and patient supporter of Fickell’s, but come on man enough is enough. The Buckeyes offense...
Via Cleveland Sports 360
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Arm Chair Quarterback: The Orange Bowl That Got Away.

It is 1am on Saturday and I’m trying to figure out what happened. The Ohio State Buckeyes have gone 24-2 in the last two years and they have NOTHING to show for it. It is actually pretty simple. The Buckeyes gave up 576 yards of offense, allowing Boyd and Watkins to rewrite the Orange Bowl record book. The defense was every bit as bad as we thought it was and the Buckeyes lose...
Via Buckeye Empire
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Bryant's redshirt appeal denied, likely finished at OSU

The bad news keeps piling on for the Buckeyes, as safety Christian Bryant has been denied another year of eligibility, likely ending his Ohio State football career. The senior team captain, who missed time with significant injuries in both his freshman and senior seasons, applied for a medical redshirt in hopes of being granted an extra year of eligibility. Bryant played in five...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Who's your pick, Clemson or Ohio State in Discover Orange Bowl?

The Discover Orange Bowl is set for Friday night. Twelfth ranked Clemson will take on seventh ranked Ohio State in what is one of the better matchups of the entire bowl season. Before the action happens on the field Friday night in Miami, Discover is allowing fans to show their support via their social media program called Cheer on your Champs. All you have to do is visit Discover...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Ohio State Coach Urban Meyer Says He’s An ‘Awful Loser’

Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer has become one of the most successful coaches in college football since the turn of the century.  In 12 years at Bowling Green, Utah, Florida and Ohio State, Meyer has lost just 24 of 152 games with a 7-1 record in bowl games (4-0 in BCS bowls) and 11-5 mark against Top 10 opponents. But losing has never come easy for Meyer and he knows that he’s...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

Urban Meyer is continuing to work his recruiting magic for the Ohio State Buckeyes. With guys like Raekwon McMillan & Johnnie Dixon he is going to win.

You thought is was impressive when Buckeyes head coach Urban Meyer led the team to another undefeated season, but the best thing coach Meyer does, is recruiting. Meyer is one of the best all-time college recruiters and Buckeye fans should be glad he is on their side. Meyer picked up two amazing picks this week when he got linebacker Raekwon McMillan and wide receiver Johnnie Dixon...
Via Cleveland Sports 360
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Ohio State gets 15-Year-Old Football Phenom to Commit

Photo by Brad Bournival/ESPN/http://espn.go.com/ Written by: Jon Bozeka (@JonBozeka) Edited by: Curt Ashcraft (@cashcraft740) Follow us on Twitter! @OS_Report     Three-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady stands at 6-4 225 pounds and four-time NFL MVP in Peyton Manning stands at 6-5 230 pounds. As for Danny Clark, well, he stands at 6-3 200 pounds. The difference is that Danny...
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26 days ago  |  Discuss

Urban Meyer didn’t have his Ohio State Buckeyes ready to play the MSU Spartans and it showed. Meyer takes his 1st loss.

Urban Meyer did a lousy job preparing his Ohio State Buckeyes football team to play the Michigan State Spartans. The Buckeyes didn’t look ready to play this game and the blame for this has to fall on head coach Urban Meyer. The Buckeyes had the chance to show the Nation this team was for real, and after winning 24 games over a 2 season span, Meyer was a let down on the biggest...
Via Cleveland Sports 360
December 08, 2013  |  Discuss

Photo of Ohio State Buckeyes recruit goes viral

Offensive tackle recruit Chad Mavety is becoming quite the internet celebrity and it has nothing to do with his play on the football field. The recruit’s headshot on Rivals.com has gone viral on Reddit under the headline, “Ohio State recruit actually looks like Buckeye“. Others have compared him to the drawing Rafiki did of Simba in The Lion King and the Jesus Christ fresco...
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November 21, 2013  |  Discuss

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