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James Laurinaitis Eager to Make an Impact Recruiting Linebackers to Ohio State, Edwin Spillman to Visit Columbus This Spring
Of the coaches who spoke with the Ohio State media contingent on Wednesday, you’d be hard-pressed to find one with a bigger smile than James Laurinaitis. The former Ohio State linebacker joined the Buckeyes’ coaching staff as a graduate assistant at the end of January, and has already set a goal for himself of being “the best linebacker coach in the country.”
Buckeyes Frustrated With 1-9 Stretch But Still Believe They’re “Not Far Off” From Getting Over the Hump to “Make A Push”
Thursday night will be something of a full-circle moment for Ohio State, and not in a positive sense. The Buckeyes appeared to be riding the crest of a wave the last time they played Northwestern on Jan. 1, but it crashed immediately thereafter. Ohio State’s been trying to swim to the shore ever since. With only one win to show for their past 10 performances, the Buckeyes’ season is on life support ahead of their rematch with the Wildcats, and it’s taken a toll on everyone involved.
Ohio 2025 Running Back Marquise Davis Said Getting an Ohio State Offer Was "Exciting" and That the Buckeyes Are in His Top Three, 4-star 2024 RB James Peoples Sets an OSU Visit
The 2025 class is shaped to be loaded with top-tier running backs. Ohio State believes in-state prospect Marquise Davis could one of them. Davis is one of eight running backs the Buckeyes have offered in the 2025 cycle and the second one from Ohio, with Bo Jackson (again, great tailback name) being the other.
Kamryn Babb Thankful for His Five Years at Ohio State, Excited for Next Chapter After Stepping Away from Football
As Kamryn Babb looks back on his five years as an Ohio State football player, the former Buckeye is filled with gratitude and has no regrets. Babb battled through knee injuries throughout his Ohio State career and finished his career with only one catch. But he says that one catch – a touchdown last season against Indiana that brought national recognition to his story of perseverance through four torn ACLs – was worth all the adversity he had to overcome.
Brice Sensabaugh Named One of Top 10 Candidates For 2023 Julius Erving Award Given to Nation's Best Small Forward
Brice Sensabaugh's stellar freshman campaign has garnered consideration for a national accolade. The first-year Buckeye forward was named one of the top 10 candidates for the 2023 Julius Erving Award Wednesday, an honor given to the best small forward in the nation. The nine other candidates for this season's award...
Ohio State’s Tennis Teams Dominate Ranked Slate, Men's Lacrosse Breaks in Its New Stadium and the Hockey Teams Split With Top-10 Foes
The first week of February was full of dominant performances from Ohio State's Olympic sports. In this edition of Around the Oval, Eleven Warriors' one-stop shop for coverage of Ohio State's Olympic sports programs, we offer a rundown of the past seven days for men’s and women’s tennis, men's and women’s ice hockey, wrestling and some news and notes on several other teams.
Now that we know which players are returning to Ohio State and which Buckeyes are moving on, it’s time to take a look at how much eligibility every Buckeye has left entering the 2023 season. Because the NCAA gave all players who were in college in 2020 an extra...
Chris Holtmann Says Bruce Thornton Earned Captain Status in Recent Team Revote, Previews Rematch With Northwestern
Chris Holtmann has been adamant that the Buckeyes need more leadership amid the program's recent struggles. To that end, Holtmann held a revote for Ohio State's captains over the last few days. Justice Sueing, Zed Key and Isaac Likekele began the year as the three captains for the Buckeye basketball team, but Holtmann said Monday that freshman guard Bruce Thornton now officially has that status following the recent vote.