Though he began his Ohio State career as an offensive tackle on scout team, Dan “Big Daddy” Wilkinson developed into a consensus All-American and the No. 1 overall pick as a defensive tackle.
The 6-5, 300-pound Wilkinson lost 40 pounds during his redshirt season in 1991 to earn a starting Read More
Like it or not, 25 years ago Ohio State revealed its plans to build a new basketball and hockey arena.
While the Buckeyes’ $75 million facility has faced its fair share of critics since its inception, it is undoubtedly a part of the school’s illustrious history.
This installment of BSB Read More
Ohio State scheduled a home-and-home series with fellow college football powerhouse Alabama for the 2027 and 2028 seasons June 18.
We delved into the Buckeye Sports Bulletin archives and uncovered our coverage of Ohio State’s history against Alabama.
The Scarlet and Gray upset the Crimson Tide in the 2015 Read More
Former Buckeye head football coach Francis Schmidt will be inducted into the Ohio State Athletics Hall of Fame in the class of 2020.
We delved into the Buckeye Sports Bulletin archives and uncovered our coverage of Schmidt’s tenure as Ohio State head coach, which included the birth of “gold pants” Read More
In Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor’s return to Pennsylvania, where he was the highest-rated high school recruit of all-time, the sophomore quarterback led the Buckeyes to a defiant 24-7 victory against Penn State.
We decided to delve into the Buckeye Sports Bulletin archives and uncover our coverage of Pryor’s standout Read More
Former Ohio State standout Jim Jackson is one of the best men’s basketball players in program history. Twenty-eight years ago, Jackson declared early for the 1992 NBA Draft, forgoing his senior season to fulfill his lifelong dream of reaching the NBA.
We decided to delve into the Buckeye Sports Bulletin Read More
Former Ohio State standout Kevin Randleman was recently selected for pioneer wing of the UFC Hall of Fame in the 2020 class. We delved through the Buckeye Sports Bulletin archives and uncovered several stories on Randleman during his dominant tenure as an Ohio State wrestler.
Randleman was a freshman Read More
With Buckeye Sports Bulletin’s Mark Rea breaking down John Cooper’s first recruiting class at Ohio State in the May issue of BSB, we decided to look back at our coverage of that class from 1988.
While searching through the BSB archives, we also uncovered a story about moving Vince Workman Read More