Jeff Greene

Ohio State Buckeyes #89 - Wide Receiver

  • Height: 6-5
  • Weight: 220
  • Seasons: JR

Coaching Evaluations: WR Coach Al "Buzz" Preston

Our evaluations continue with a coach who rejoined Paul Johnson in 2008 and has been on the Flats ever since.

WITN?: Teammates confident in Barrett as a leader

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Even though he'll be starting his first game of the season on Saturday, J.T. Barrett's teammates are confident.

Repeating is hard. Ohio State has a great chance.

Ohio State must battle complacency, ego, and one of the most impressive quarterback battles ever, but there are 127 FBS teams that would love to have what the defending national champs bring to the...

Advanced stats and the 2014 Buckeyes: The offense

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You want efficiency? The 2013 Buckeyes had efficiency. The question is whether they increase explosiveness in 2014 while not regressing in efficiency.

Where's GT headed under Johnson?

After showing extra promise in his first two seasons, Paul Johnson has basically settled into a Chan Gailey groove, averaging right around seven wins per season.

Position Previews: Wide Receivers

Our Countdown to Kickoff continues today as we look at the limited set of wide receivers we're bringing back.

Keeping It Real with the FTRS Commentariat

On the recent NCAA Football 14 article, I saw a comment made by FTRS reader dhbartlett that made me want to discuss a little further.

Over/Under: 2,000 Yards Passing for Lee & Thomas

Our mini-series continues today as we look at the future of our passing game in the post-Tevin Washington era.

3 Breakout Players: WR Travin Henry

For the second part of our series, we take a look at a redshirt freshman receiver who got no recruiting hype, but could be a major player for the Jackets.

TT 5/14: In Which Not All Tech Students Are Smart

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Today's Tidbits cover questionable tweets, big shiny rocks, a really dumb former Tech student, and more alumni returning to the program.

How does Jeff Greene fit at Ohio State?

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The former Georgia Tech receiver is looking to start over and get a fresh start. Is Ohio State his best option, though?

Former Georgia Tech WR to walk on at Ohio State

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Eleven Warriors is reporting that the 6-4, 210 pound former Yellow Jacket will try to crack an increasingly stacked wideout group.