The conference announced a new set of standards that teams must comply with or be subject to disciplinary action. They’re the strongest such rules in NCAA and professional football.
And in other news there was also a football game that night.
Tragically, Dom Tiberi’s daughter was killed in a traffic accident on September 17, but his beloved Buckeyes were there to remind him that he’s not alone.
It’s the question of the summer — “What does the fox say?” And Ohio University’s marching band is on the quest for answers.
There are fans, and then there are fans.
The ups and downs of the…let’s see…thirty or so teams that are now part of the conference, in rough order of their expected finish.
“A COLD-BLOODED THREE.” Indeed, Kevin Harlan.
Aaron Craft does it on both ends of the floor, including earning a questionable-at-best charging call, to help Ohio State beat Iowa State.
Well, our creative interpretation of science, at least. Undefeated Ohio State had some pretty good fortune as well.
Ohio State assistant coach and former New England Patriot star Mike Vrabel got a little too fired up before the Ohio State–Michigan game.
The Governor of New Jersey and the (recently defeated) coach of the Michigan Wolverines Brady Hoke must have been separated at birth.
They don’t call Ohio State’s band “The Best Damn Band In The Land” for nothing.
From school-sanctioned mass make-out sessions to naked runs across campus, here are 16 raunchy, drunken and just plain odd college campus traditions. We’re not making these up – all are confirmed by recent graduates.
No buzzer-beaters, no matter. With the Men’s NCAA Basketball Tournament resuming tonight, here’s a look back at the guys (and the state) that shined in rounds one and two.
President Obama released his bracket for March Madness. Being a man of great wisdom and almost preternatural intelligence, he chose Kansas to win it all. Ed. Note: The author of this post is an insanely biased KU graduate.
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