Though he originally hoped to make his college decision on Aug. 24 as a way to celebrate his 18th birthday, Lexington (Ky.) Frederick Douglass four-star offensive guard Jager Burton announced on Sunday he will instead push back his commitment date until after can he take all five official visits this Read More
Originally scheduled to announce his college decision on Dec. 1, Virginia Beach (Va.) Princess Anne five-star cornerback Tony Grimes will now choose among Georgia, North Carolina, Ohio State and Texas A&M on June 30.
— Tony Grimes (@757EliteDB) June 21, 2020
The 6-0, 180-pound Grimes — who is considered the top-rated cornerback and No. 7 prospect Read More
The NCAA Division I Council officially approved the Football Oversight Committee’s six-week preseason practice schedule during a virtual meeting on Wednesday evening.
— Inside the NCAA (@InsidetheNCAA) June 17, 2020
“The Football Oversight Committee worked hard to create a model that balances the proper precautions due to the COVID-19 pandemic with the need for an acclimatization period Read More
Defending champion Carmen’s Crew will be the top overall seed when The Basketball Tournament tips off at Columbus’ Nationwide Arena next month.
The TBT 2020 bracket is HERE 🏀🎉
These 24 teams will play the first live basketball in America since March. pic.twitter.com/B57oe1F4Mc
— TBT (@thetournament) June 17, 2020
This year’s tournament, which is set for July 4-14, features just 24 teams playing for $1 million at a single location due to the coronavirus pandemic. Under Read More
On Tuesday afternoon, safety Mike Doss became the newest former Ohio State player nominated for enshrinement into the College Football Hall of Fame for the class of 2021.
Colorado RB Eric BIeniemy, Kentucky QB Tim Couch, USC LB Jack Del Rio, Miami QB Ken Dorsey, LSU RB Kevin Faulk, OU QB Josh Heupel, Miami LB Ray Lewis, UNC DE Julius Peppers & Texas DT Kenneth Sims among nominees for College Football Hall of Fame https://t.co/zIKxf0Fwdl
— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) June 16, 2020
Doss, who played for the Buckeyes from 1999-2002, finished his career with 331 tackles, eight interceptions, eight fumble recoveries and six Read More
According to a report from Press Pros Magazine, Ohio State sophomore pitcher Seth Lonsway has opted to return to school after going unselected in last week’s MLB Draft.
A native of Celina, Ohio, the 6-3 and 200-pound Lonsway has gone 9-6 with a 3.59 ERA in 21 games over two Read More
As first reported by Joey Kaufman of The Columbus Dispatch, Ohio State football players were required to sign an acknowledgement of risk waiver upon their return to campus last week.
Referred to as the Buckeye Pledge,” the two-page document outlines the various health risks involved with workouts and commits players Read More
Though he was considered a heavy Ohio State lean for most of his recruitment, Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy five-star offensive tackle J.C. Latham committed to Alabama on Friday afternoon.
That’s a significant miss for the Buckeyes, especially given how quickly things changed in Latham’s recruitment over the last few weeks. Read More
Ohio State junior catcher Dillon Dingler was selected by the Detroit Tigers in the second round (38th overall pick) of the 2020 Major League Baseball Draft on Thursday evening.
— Detroit Tigers (@tigers) June 11, 2020
“I’m really excited for the future and to have the opportunity to put on the Tigers jersey,” Dingler said. “I Read More
Carmen’s Crew will have the chance to defend its championship in its hometown after The Basketball Tournament announced on Thursday that this year’s edition will be held at Nationwide Arena in Columbus from July 4-14. It will be the first live basketball played in the United States since the abbreviated Read More