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Andy Anders

Four Former Buckeyes In All-Star Games This Week

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Four former Ohio State football players will take part in college football All-Star games this week, looking to showcase their talents and potentially boost their stock for the 2023 NFL Draft.

Cornerback Cameron Brown and defensive tackle Jerron Cage will play in the East-West Shrine Bowl Thursday while safety Ronnie Read More

Position Battles Looming At Safety

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The position that drives coordinator Jim Knowles’ defense has some unanswered personnel questions as Ohio State enters spring.

Two starters are gone, multiple veterans return, some highly-anticipated youth is seeking playing time and a transfer portal acquisition looks to factor in.

After racking up 152 tackles over the past two Read More

Wilson, Bosa Named NFL Award Finalists

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The NFL released its finalists for its 2022 end-of-season awards Wednesday, and two former Buckeyes made the list.

San Francisco 49ers defensive end Nick Bosa is one of three finalists for AP Defensive Player of the Year, while New York Jets wide receiver Garrett Wilson is one of three finalists Read More

Full Complement Back At Linebacker

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On a defense facing few personnel questions given the amount of production that returns in 2023, linebacker may pose the least of them.

Ohio State’s duo of fourth-year starting linebackers Steele Chambers and Tommy Eichenberg both announced their returns for a fifth season, Chambers ending any speculation prior to the Read More

Depth Still To Shake Out At Tight End

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Cade Stover is back for Ohio State in 2023.

Off the best receiving season from a Buckeye tight end in terms of yards since 2013, hauling in 36 passes for 406 yards and five touchdowns, there’s essentially no doubt he’ll be Ohio State’s starter at the position in 2023. The Read More

Buckeyes Litter NFL Divisional Round

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With six teams eliminated from the NFL playoffs to cut the field down to eight, 14 former Ohio State players are still in the hunt for a Super Bowl. 

That’s not counting Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow, who spent three seasons in Columbus and earned a degree before transferring and Read More