OSU News/Sports
Lady Buckeyes Bury Buccaneers 80-47 E-mail
Written by Sports Reporter   
Tuesday, 23 November 2010 20:57

COLUMBUS (ESPN.com)--Sam Prahalis scored 18 points and had eight assists in her return to pace No. 7 Ohio State to a 80-47 victory over East Tennessee State on Monday night.  The Lady Bucks (4-0) play UNC Wilmington on Sunday.  Go Bucks!

Bucks Salt the Seahawks Tails E-mail
Written by Sports Reporter   
Saturday, 20 November 2010 22:36

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- Deshaun Thomas scored 15 points and Ohio State's talented freshmen stole the show in an 81-41 victory over UNC-Wilmington on Saturday night in the Global Sports Invitational. In addition to Thomas, first-year players Jordan Sibert and Jared Sullinger each had 11 points for the Buckeyes (3-0). William Buford added 12, David Lighty had 10, and Dallas Lauderdale had 10 rebounds.  It could have been a sloppy game, but Thad Matta used it for some great training for the talented Frosh class.  Go Bucks!

Clarett Reflects E-mail
Written by Inside Scoop   
Saturday, 20 November 2010 01:46

OMAHA, Neb.(AP)-- Maurice Clarett's football comeback could be a success, certainly it is to him.  Clarett says he would gladly spend another year with the United Football League's Omaha Nighthawks if they want him back. He feels lucky to have played anywhere and been given a chance to rebuild his life after being incarcerated for 3½ years.  Interesting video report on how he's trying to turn his life around.  Tressel is doing what he can as he helps Maurice get back to OSU classes.

Lady Buckeyes Fake TO and win by 4 E-mail
Written by Sports Reporter   
Wednesday, 17 November 2010 23:29

BATON ROUGE, LA (ESPN.com) -- Ohio State survived an early season test from LSU by using a little trickery.  The # 7 Buckeyes used a fake timeout to steal a three-point play in a 59-55 win over LSU on Wednesday night.  Foster called his team over toward the bench seemingly to call time out--but never did.  When the LSU players started toward their bench the basket was left wide open for a lay up and to top it off, LSU got called for having too many players on the floor!  They never fully recovered.  Sneaky Foster, but effective! Go Bucks!

Bucks Dominate Gators E-mail
Written by Sports Reporter   
Tuesday, 16 November 2010 23:17

GAINESVILLE, Fla, (ESPN.com) The Buckeyes (2-0) used a nearly flawless second half to turn a small deficit into a double-digit lead that sent fans scrambling for the exits with about 5 minutes remaining on Tuesday as the # 5 ESPN/USA Today, # 4 AP Bucks crushed Florida 93-75 in an early season matchup.   

Bucks Basketball in Top 5 E-mail
Written by Sports Reporter   
Tuesday, 16 November 2010 00:13

The OSU Buckeyes are ranked #5 in the ESPN Men's Basketball Rankings, # 4 in the AP poll behind # 1 Duke, Michigan State, and Kansas State.  With a BIG Game on Tuesday against # 11 Florida, the Bucks have a chance to make a statement!  The game will be on ESPN at 5 PM--here's a preview linkGo Bucks!

Lady Buckeyes Beat Eastern Michigan E-mail
Written by Sports Reporter   
Monday, 15 November 2010 08:26

COLUMBUS (AP) -  Ohio State (2-0) is learning to cope without point guard Samantha Prahalis, who sat the second of a three-game suspension for secondary NCAA violations last season.  On Sunday, the Buckeyes opened a 13-point lead in the first half, saw the Eagles tie the score at 28 on the first basket of the second half and led by only five with 9 minutes left.  The No. 7 Buckeyes however, got 26 points from Jantel Lavender and three others in double figures allowing them to pull away from pesky Eastern Michigan for a 74-62 win.  Go Lady Buckeyes!

# 7 OSU Defeats # 15 Albany in NCAAs E-mail
Written by Sports Reporter   
Saturday, 13 November 2010 22:28

COLUMBUS (OSUBuckeyes.com)  - Down 1-0 in the final minutes of regulation, the seventh-ranked Ohio State field hockey team rallied to defeat No. 15 Albany, 2-1, Saturday afternoon in overtime in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at Penn State's Field Hockey Complex in State College, Pa. Freshman Paula Pastor-Pitarque scored both goals for the Buckeyes, tallying the first score with less than two minutes remaining in regulation and followed with the gamewinner in overtime.  Ohio State (17-4, 5-1 Big Ten) will now play No. 4-Seed Syracuse at 2 p.m. Sunday with the winner advancing to the Final Four Nov. 19-21 in College Park, Md. The victory over the Great Danes ties the Ohio State single-season wins record with 17 first set during the 1976 campaign. Go Bucks!!

Read OSU Connect Online E-mail
Written by Kelley Crooks   
Thursday, 11 November 2010 11:25

(Connect Online) This month's "Connect Online" magazine includes articles on the environment, "How I got to College" feature, and a Holday eating healthy feature.

"Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, and Christmas are just around the corner--along with the pumpkin pie, latkes, hot chocolate, and cookies that can lead to weight gain.

Ohio State experts can help. The Medical Center offers holiday season diet and exercise advice, while OSU Extension has tips on modifying recipes, so you can enjoy your holiday classics without the guilt."  To read more click the URL link above or go to:  http://www.osu.edu/connect/.

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2016 OSU Football Schedule   Rankings 2015  AP #6, USA #6, CFP #6
---DATE--------------- ----OPPONENT-------- ----Central Time---- ----TV----------- --- SCORE -----

Scarlet-Gray Game

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

Sept 17




 W 45-24 

Sept 24


 -- BYE --






Oct 1  






  W 58-0
Oct 8  






  W 38-17
Oct 15   @Wisconsin      

 OT Baby!!

  W 30-23

Oct 22  

@Penn State




 UGH!   L 24-21
Oct 29  





Close One 

  W 24-20
Nov 5  




  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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