Buckeye fan. Hoya fan. Miami alum. Opinions my own.
With their five game series win over the defending Western Conference Champion Thunder completed, the Memphis Grizzlies set their sights on the NBA Finals. And they're doing it behind the superb play of former Ohio State Buckeye Mike Conley.
Ohio State handed out more raises to the football staff, and now have three assistants making over $500K/year. High assistant pay is a trend on the rise nationally, and Ohio State is going dollar for dollar with the rest of the country.
8 wins. 6 losses. 3rd place in the division. 1 (more) Rose Bowl loss. But, hey, have some rings, BBs!!
The Buckeyes will play three games under the lights in 2013, and for the first time, the Horseshoe will host two contests in one season. This is good for so many reasons.
Overshadowed by more active playmakers on the defense, Garrett Goebel finished his Buckeye career as a co-defensive captain on an undefeated team. Now, he sets his sights on the NFL.
Grab your best Tommy Bahama shirt and start filling up on daiquiris, because Travis Howard Island is coming to your NFL team.
Despite being far too many days from live football, the Big Ten's premier team (and their most hated rival) are starting this year's battle both on and off the field.
Every year, before The Masters begins, the previous year's champion is joined by club members and past champions for a dinner, and the previous year's champion picks the menu. We wonder: what would some of our favorite Buckeyes select?
With Denard Robinson off to untie his shoelaces on a practice squad near you, Devin Gardner takes the helm in Ann Arbor. The ESPN Big Ten Blog talked to him and offensive coordinator Al Borges. It only felt right to mock it.
After blowing out Iona, and almost shooting themselves in the foot against Iowa State and Arizona, the Buckeyes are headed to the Elite Eight, and have turned the corner Ohio State fans have been waiting for.
With the 2013 NCAA Tournament bracket set, the question now shifts to...how you can follow the Buckeyes as they go for a second consecutive Final Four appearance. Here's how to get to where you need to go.
In college basketball, a team has to win three games to be crowned postseason tournament champion. From there, it takes another four wins to advance to the Final Four. Two more wins and you're the National Champion. Are the first three wins worth it?
In which we celebrate Deshaun Thomas and Aaron Craft as two of the Big Ten elite, and wonder if the media and coaches got the Player and Coach of the Year right.
So why did Roy Hibbert toss Steph Curry to the ground a few weeks ago? Hmmmmmm...
Ohio State got the marquee win it needed in Bloomington on Tuesday. All of the sudden, the Buckeyes are alive in the Big Ten title race, and are playing their best basketball of the year at just the right time.
Indiana has lost four times this season, and in three of those losses, they have been the nation's #1 ranked team. Is the top of the rankings cursed, or has parity just made this season too difficult to predict? The answer is yes.
After a convincing and dominating win over Minnesota, Ohio State looks to keep their ship on the right tack. But with Michigan State team headed to Columbus, it will take a supreme effort. Can the Buckeyes knock off the Spartans?
After a lackluster first half from both squads, only one team came to play in the second. Led by the superb play of Shannon Scott and Deshaun Thomas, the Buckeyes took the Gophers behind the woodshed, and may have saved their season in the process.
Can the Buckeyes shake down the Gophers in Columbus, or will a pair of Hollinses run wild in the 614? Two teams enter, only one leaves victorious!
After dealing with the embarrassment of the Wisconsin game, Ohio State heads home looking for a chance to rebound against the Golden Gophers. Can the Buckeyes put the last game behind them and shine in front of the home faithful?
Northwestern is coming to town tonight, meaning we can all (probably) breathe a sigh of relief for Buckeye basketball. Or can we? Yes. Yes we can.
This is a strange year in college basketball. We've seen the supposed #1 team fall after their ascension almost too many times to count. In a year of good-but-not-great, which team has the best chance to cut down the nets at the Final Four?
Buckeye Nation had its collective eyes firmly set on all things Signing Day yesterday. Well, not every member. The Buckeye basketball team couldn't care less about football - they're busy preparing for another top-ranked foe.
With Urban Meyer currently entrenched as the Buckeyes' coach, we dare ask the question that no one has had the courage to ask: where would Ohio State be if Tim Tebow had played in Columbus?
One of the biggest issues for this Buckeye team has been guessing which other player will step up to play second fiddle to Deshaun Thomas. After Tuesday, one wonders: do they need a second scorer?
For years, we've heard about the dominance of the SEC in football, and it is rightfully placed. But when it comes to basketball, the Big Ten reigns supreme - for a number of similar reasons.
When the news broke that the University of Miami was in the cross-hairs of the NCAA, college football fans from every other fan base waited for the hammer to fall. After yesterday, might it ever? If history is any indicator...who knows?