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2016-2017 Women's Basketball
OSU vs. Southern - Photo Gallery
By Jim Davidson

OSU's Kelsey Mitchell set the NCAA record for fewest games in a career, 79, to reach 2,000 points as the Buckeyes downed the Southern Jaguars 108-73 Wednesday night in the Schottenstein Center.

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2016-2017 Football
By Tony Gerdeman Read more ...

Could UC be zeroing in on Ohio State defensive coordinator Luke Fickell?

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2016-2017 Football
By Tony Gerdeman Read more ...
Get ready to add a few more trees to Buckeye Grove, as three Buckeyes have earned First-Team All-American honors from Sporting News, and two others earned Second-Team Honors.
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2016-2017 Football
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SO DE Sam Hubbard, JR LB Raekwon McMillan, SR OL Pat Elflien, SO SAF Malik Hooker, JR CB Gareon Conley & JR H-B Curtis Samuel spoke with the media about the upcoming Fiesta Bowl playoff game against the Clemson Tigers. Check out what they had to say!

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2016-2017 Football
By Tony Gerdeman Read more ...

Is the College Football Playoff fun for Urban Meyer? Why did Tyquan Lewis choose Ohio State over Clemson? What can J.T. Barrett do to improve the OSU passing game?

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2016-2017 Men's Basketball
By John Porentas Read more ...

Hot shooting by the Owls and cold shooting by the Buckeyes are too much to overcome.

 

 

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2016-2017 Men's Basketball
OSU vs. FAU - Photo Gallery
By Jim Davidson

The Buckeyes never quite got things going as they fell to the Florida Atlantic Owls 79-77 in overtime Tuesday night in the Schottenstein Center.

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