Even as he hobbled on his ankle, D.J. Cooper had the strength to carry his team on his back.
Editor's note: This is the first of a three-part series about the use of social media in Ohio Athletics. Posts have been taken unedited from Twitter and Facebook and might contain grammatical errors.
Editor’s note: This is the first of a three-part series about the hockey team — ranked No. 3 in the American Collegiate Hockey Association — and its top line of Nick Rostek, Michael Schultz and now Jared Fuhs.
When the news broke about Terrelle Pryor and his four fellow Buckeyes being suspended, I had the same reaction as most college sports fans around the country.
NEW ORLEANS - As Boo Jackson entered the post-game newsroom, he threw a towel over his face for a few seconds. After removing it, tears and sweat dripped down his face as he tried to comprehend what had happened.
As Riley Dunlop walks onto the Peden Stadium field, a burden hangs over his head and heart while he focuses on the looming game.
As LaVon Brazill fields a punt, he accelerates toward the Bowling Green defense like a MINI Cooper bursting into head-on traffic.
Armon Bassett will forego his senior season and remain in the NBA Draft, according to a statement the team released today.
Ohio junior •Armon Bassett will declare for the 2010 NBA Draft but will not hire an agent, according to a statement the team released yesterday.
American golfer Tiger Woods delivered a speech on Friday where he apologized for his recently publicized marital infidelities. Before an audience of the press, family, and friends, Mr. Woods admitted that he did indeed have a sex addiction. He said that he would one day return to golf, although he did not specify when.
Dmitry Medvedev, the president of Russia, has called for the resignation of some of the country's Olympic officials who prepared athletes; this call follows the country's poorest-ever performance in Vancouver, in terms of medal count.