Last season, Ohio was swept in its season finale —its seniors’ last memories of Bird Arena tarnished as a result.
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.