Brian Hartline

Ohio State Buckeyes #9 -

  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 186

Ohio State reaction to President Gee's retirement

After a whirlwind afternoon which saw the announced retirement of OSU president E. Gordon Gee, the Ohio State community responded.

Mocking the Draft WR Rankings

The Miami Dolphins need wide receiver help. With the 2012 regular season complete, it's time for us to start looking toward the 2013 season, particularly the 2013 NFL Draft. Here are the wide receiver rankings for the draft from Mocking the Draft.

Keep up with your favorite Buckeyes in the NFL

Find out your favorite ex-Buckeyes performed this weekend and who best represented the Scarlet and Gray in the NFL during week 5.

Keepin' up, week 4: Hartline's War

Brian Hartline was by far the best former Buckeye in the NFL in week 4. How did everyone else do?

Darrell Hazell Might Actually Breathe Life Into Kent State's Offense

Can Ohio State's wide receivers coach turn Kent State into a winner for the first time since the Jack Lambert era? Well, they might've won last year if the offense had a pulse.

Early thoughts about draft weekend

Some preliminary thoughts on what the Dolphins did and didn't do on draft day.

Observations From The 3rd And 4th Rounds

As the 4th round is coming to a close, no additional LSU Tigers have been drafted since Tyson Jackson was taken with the #3 overall pick.  Darry Beckwith, Quinn Johnson, Demetrius Byrd, Herman...

**Dolphins select Brian Hartline in fourth round**

The Dolphins have selected WR Brian Hartline.

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