Give Ohio State two big thumbs up.At least in the terms of ESPN Watch List athlete Jabrill Peppers (Paramus, N.J./Paramus Catholic) and his teammate, offensive tackle Juwann Bushell-Beatty.
Our 2015 ultimate Big Ten road trip series has reached its final stop on the tour here in Week 13. Will it be OSU-Michigan or Wisconsin-Minnesota?
Among fastest risers in 2016 class following 2014 season was South Florida receiver Joshua Hammond
Urban Meyer successfully used a two-quarterback system with the Florida Gators, so he has options with the three-headed QB for the Ohio State Buckeyes.
There is no offseason in the rivalry between Ohio State and Michigan.
Ohio State Buckeyes wideout Michael Thomas will undergo surgery soon to repair a sports hernia, Buckeyes coach Urban Meyer said Tuesday.
Our ultimate Big Ten road trip is nearing conclusion, and these late-season games loom even larger.In case you missed our previous installments, we're picking what game we would attend in each week of the 2015 season, assuming (for fantasy purposes) that money and editorial decisions were no object.
What schools boast the best all-time football and basketball combos? The Duke duo of Mike Krzyzewski and Steve Spurrier rate high on the list.
The Big Ten blog wraps up the best game-day atmosphere tournament with a "Royal Rumble" finale between Ohio State, Penn State, Wisconsin and Nebraska.
Raekwon McMillan is already the man in the middle whom the Buckeyes are all looking to this spring and counting on as it prepares to defend its title.
From indecision at Ohio State to the off-field issues at Alabama and Michigan to a new approach at Texas, here are the 10 biggest developments this spring.
The status of Iowa quarterback Jake Rudock is one of the top spring storylines in the Big Ten
With spring practices under way, it was a big visit weekend in the Big Ten.
Isaiah Pryor isn't your typical recruit. He is 6-foot-2 and has offers from some of the biggest programs in the country.
There is little doubt Ohio State will ink a top-10 class in February 2016. The Buckeyes' class added another key and impactful piece on Saturday.
ESPN sports business reporter Darren Rovell discusses Ohio State's decision to spend less than the maximum allowed on rings for its players.