Ohio State Heroes
Buckeye Heroes: Mike Doss was the ultimate teammate who stayed in Columbus to win the ultimate team prize
Doss was already a legend after three seasons at Ohio State, but he unselfishly returned for a fourth and helped bring a championship to Columbus.
You’re Nuts: Best ingredients to make a hero sandwich.. wait, that’s not what you meant by Buckeye Heroes Week?
Your (almost) daily dose of good-natured, Ohio State banter.
Low-key Kenny G’s heroics will be remembered by a whole generation of Buckeye fans.
The linebacker should be considered one of the best players in OSU history, as well as a role model husband and father.
Ohio State has had their fair share of elite offense, but which firework displays truly deserve the best of all time denotion.
Buckeye Heroes: From bringing the heat to putting out fires: Antonio Pittman’s post-football heroics
Former Buckeye football player Antonio Pittman has turned to a life of service in his community, making him an unsung hero on and off the field.
Buckeye Heroes: Steve Miller gets little recognition, but helped fuel Ohio State football’s last title run
Miller was a career backup until his senior season. But when opportunity finally did present itself, he took full advantage and helped the Scarlet and Gray win a national championship.
Hangout in the Holy Land Podcast: A couple Buckeyes in the NFL gamble and lose, while others are remembered as heroes
This week, Josh and Chuck take a look at recent gambling suspensions dished out by the NFL, before switching their attention to Buckeye Heroes and heroic moments.
Which former Buckeye stood out to you the most at the Horseshoe.
Whether it was in No. 17 or No. 2, Chris Olave defined an offensive generation at Ohio State.
It’s been 27 years since the pancake man played in Columbus, but the Buckeyes continue searching for "the next Orlando Pace." Hint: There isn’t one.