OSU News/Sports
Charity Booster takes Blame E-mail
Written by ESPN.Com   
Wednesday, 14 September 2011 23:25

An Ohio State booster has accepted responsibility for the payments three Buckeyes players received at a charity event earlier this year. Robert "Bobby" DiGeronimo told The Columbus Dispatch that he played a key role in the $200 payments given to Jordan Hall, Travis Howard and Corey Brown.  The payments took place at a Feb. 19 fundraiser for a charity run by DiGeronimo's son-in-law.  Hall, Howard and Brown were suspended for Ohio State's first two games before being reinstated Tuesday by the NCAA. They are eligible to play Saturday against Miami.

 
Players still on Suspension E-mail
Written by AP - ESPN.com   
Monday, 12 September 2011 20:37

COLUMBUS-- The NCAA has sent questions to Ohio State regarding three Buckeyes football players suspended for accepting $200 for attending a charity event, and the university has responded with some answers.  NCAA spokeswoman Stacey Osburn says in an email response to The Associated Press that Ohio State is still pulling information to answer all of the NCAA's questions. 7 Players remain suspended from the team with the Miami Hurricanes on tap this coming weekend.

 
Four Buckeyes Return to Team E-mail
Written by ESPN.com   
Wednesday, 07 September 2011 10:02

Four Ohio State players suspended shortly before last week's opener have been reinstated, coach Luke Fickell said Tuesday.  Starting running back Jordan Hall, starting cornerback Travis Howard and defensive back Corey Brown were suspended last Thursday after appearing at a charity event earlier in the year.  Also, Jordan Whiting, who had been suspended last December for last week's opener for accepting cash and discounted tattoos will be available to play this weekend at Ohio Stadium.  Fickell said all four would be back for this week's home game against Toledo, though he said he didn't know if Hall and Howard would regain their starting jobs.

 
Colts hire Jim Tressel E-mail
Written by Sporting News/AP   
Saturday, 03 September 2011 19:08

The Indianapolis Colts have hired former Ohio State coach Jim Tressel as a game-day consultant.  Tressel will serve primarily as a consultant on replays, which will allow the other coaches to focus on their individual jobs without having to worry about making decisions on replay reviews. **Good Luck Coach**

 
Dr Woods to Retire E-mail
Written by Go Bucks   
Saturday, 03 September 2011 19:02

Dr. Jon Woods, the marching band director at Ohio State University for the past 25 years, plans to retire at the end of the school year.  **He will be sorely missed!**

 
Miller throws 2 TDs in OSU scrimmage E-mail
Written by AP, Aug 20, 2011   
Saturday, 20 August 2011 13:45

Braxton Miller threw two touchdown passes and Joe Bauserman had one in Ohio State's scrimmage Saturday. Braxton, a freshman from Huber Heights, Ohio, connected with Chris Fields on 58-yard catch-and-run on the first series that the quarterbacks wore the black, non-contact jerseys. He later hit Devin Smith for a 26-yard score.

 
Tressel Leaves Hearing Alone E-mail
Written by Staples @ SI.Com   
Saturday, 13 August 2011 20:01

Indianapolis:  Ohio State entered Friday's hearing with an armada that included athletic director Gene Smith, president Gordon Gee, coach Luke Fickell, Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany and other assorted muckety-mucks. Tressel came in flanked by his attorney, Gene Marsh. The Ohio State contingent left in force. Tressel left alone, because he is no longer a part of The Ohio State University's football program.

 
Diebler to Play in Greece E-mail
Written by BuckeyExtra   
Tuesday, 09 August 2011 01:23

Jon Diebler said this morning he has signed a one-year contract to play for Panionios in the Greek A1 League this season.  The contract does not have an opt-out clause if the NBA lockout ends and the league goes back to work, he said. Diebler was a second-round selection by the Portland Trail Blazers in the NBA draft in June.  "I'm there for the year," Diebler said.

 
OSU-Duke BBall Game on ESPN E-mail
Written by BuckeyExtra Blog   
Tuesday, 09 August 2011 01:02

Ohio State's game against Duke on Nov. 29 in the ACC-Big Ten Challenge will start at 9:30 p.m. in Value City Arena and be televised by ESPN, the network announced today.

 
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---DATE--------------- ----OPPONENT-------- ----Central Time---- ----TV----------- --- SCORE -----
April    

Scarlet-Gray Game

          Gray 28-17
Sept 3   Bowling Green        Records!!  W 77-10
Sept 10   Tulsa        RAIN!!  W 48-3 

Sept 17

 

@Oklahoma

     Rumble!  

 W 45-24 

Sept 24

 

 -- BYE --

 

  

 

   

  

Oct 1  

Rutgers

 

  

 

 Records!!   

  W 58-0
Oct 8  

Indiana

 

 

 

 

  W 38-17
Oct 15   @Wisconsin      

 OT Baby!!

  W 30-23

Oct 22  

@Penn State

 

 

 

 UGH!   L 24-21
Oct 29  

Northwestern

 

   

 

Close One 

  W 24-20
Nov 5  

Nebraska

 

   

  Slammin!     W 62-3
Nov 12   @Maryland  

 

  DeJa Vu   W 62-3
Nov 19   @Mich State       Whew!!   W 17-16

Nov 26

  TSUN       YESSSSS!  

  W 30-27

Dec 3 B1G Champ Game  Congrats PSU     

 

Dec 31 Fiesta Bowl    Shocking 

  L 31-0

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