Ohio State advances in the Big Ten Tournament with a 3-2 win over Nebraska Thursday afternoon.
It's been a change of plans looks like I'll be visit Ohio State May 30 as well as take part in elite 11! #buckeyes— B.Harris (@bharrisqb1) May 22, 2013
In a pleasant surprise, he'll also participate in the Columbus Elite 11. Though it's thought to be a two way race for his services between LSU (his presumed leader) and Texas A&M, many have felt that if Ohio State could just get him on campus, as they did with J.T. Barrett, Urban Meyer (and perhaps Kerry Coombs) may be able to win him over yet.
The latest Bovada Heisman Trophy odds still favor Johnny Football becoming a two-time winner (and joining Archie's exclusive fraternity), but Braxton Miller is on the rise... slightly.
#Ravens announce that fourth-round pick John Simon has signed his contract.— Jeff Zrebiec (@jeffzrebiecsun) May 21, 2013
Simon, the Ravens' fourth round draft pick, will play linebacker at the next level (not unlike a current Ohio State defensive line coach). He's expected to compete for immediate playing time.
Starting pitchers Brad Goldberg and Brian King were All-Big Ten third team. 2B Ryan Cypret, who recently underwent surgery, was a sportsmanship award honoree.
Two watch lists revealed and already three Buckeyes being watched: Corey Linsley (Rimington) and Bradley Roby & Ryan Shazier (Lott IMPACT).— Jerry Emig (@BuckeyeNotes) May 21, 2013
The Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation provides an IMPACT award to individuals who demonstrate excellence in the field of athletics. Manti Te'o and Luke Kuechly are the past two winners. Former Buckeye James Laurinaitis won the award in 2008.
Congratulations to senior center Corey Linsley, who was today named to the Rimington Trophy Watch List.— Jerry Emig (@BuckeyeNotes) May 21, 2013
The award goes annually to the nation's outstanding collegiate offensive center
OSU's epic run continues. They now face UCLA in the semifinals Monday.
Ohio State allowed 7 runs over the final two frames to let Indiana clinch their first regular season Big Ten baseball title since 1949.
Maryland and Rutgers joining the conference forced the league to reshuffle a few things for the new conference slate. Here is who the Buckeyes will be playing in 2014, where, and when.
NU will join Maryland, Penn State, Michigan, Ohio State, and Rutgers in the new Big Ten women's lax conference— Callie Counsellor (@CCounsellor) May 15, 2013
The Lady Buckeyes presently compete in the American Lacrosse Conference which includes Johns Hopkins, Northwestern, Penn State, Vanderbilt, and Florida (yes, you read that right). Northwestern's won 5 of the last 6 coneference regular season and conference tournament titles.
Tulane transfer Josh Davis has committed to San Diego State.— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanCBS) May 15, 2013
The Tulane transfer and his 17.6 ppg and 10.7 rebounds will head to the West Coast instead of Central Ohio.
The Buckeyes dodge a return trip to A^2 but will not have the luxury of hosting the Hoosiers or Badgers either.
A year removed from taking it on the chin against Duke in Cameron, the Buckeyes' know their 2013 ACC-Big Ten Challenge opponent.