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Tweet Check: Players tweet to promote positivity

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.


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Price of fame not cheap for athletes

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.



On the Rocks

On the Rocks

At 8 p.m., Mark Tracy slaps his stick and jostles the puck away from a Kent State forward before advancing it to one of his offensive teammates in the first period of the hockey game.


Buckeyes trounce Bobcats, 45-3

Buckeyes trounce Bobcats, 45-3

As Terrelle Pryor ran toward the end zone, cornerback Shannon Ballard sprinted to keep up with the quarterback. When Pryor crossed the plane for a 13-yard touchdown, an exhausted Ballard stood dejectedly, with his hands on his hips.


Perfect Vision

Perfect Vision

To the average eye, a basketball court is a 94-foot-by-50 rectangle with two baskets standing at opposite sides.


Golfer Tiger Woods delivers apology speech

Golfer Tiger Woods delivers apology speech

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.

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