Time to reach into my latest Big Ten Mailbag. The performance of the conference in the postseason has many of you excited. And, with good cause. On to the letters!
Urban Meyer announced that Ed Warinner has been promoted to offensive coordinator and that Tim Beck has joined the staff as co-offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach.
Bowl season is over, and now it's time to consider the Big Ten's biggest stars from a statement-making 6-5 postseason. See Tom Dienhart's All-Big Ten postseason team inside.
Wexner Medical Center, a Columbus-based hospital, handed out "We're #1" blankets to newborn babies. See the photo inside!
Congratulations to @theohiostateuniversity! Our lights are now shining in scarlet and grey to honor their #CFBPlayoff victory over the University of Oregon. A photo posted by Empire State Building (@empirestatebldg) on Jan 12, 2015 at 9:19pm PST Yes, that’s the Empire State Building. And yes, that’s the Empire State Building shining in scarlet and gray. [ MORE: Top 5 Ohio State tweets | Ohio State No. 1 in AP Poll | Brutus to Disney ] The iconic building went with Ohio State colors to honor the Buckeyes’ victory over Oregon in the first championship game of the playoff era Monday
Several Ohio State players and coaches took to Twitter to celebrate Monday night's national championship victory. See our favorite postgame tweets in this post.
Moments after Ohio State wrapped up the national championship Monday night in Arlington, Texas, the way-too-early 2015 top 25 polls were released.
This is cool: Ohio State's last two games have set cable television records. Monday night's national title game vs. Oregon pulled 33.4 million viewers.
The third and final Disney commercial, featuring the mascots in the inaugural College Football Playoff, was released, and it's all about Brutus. Watch the latest ad inside.
BTN's Tom Dienhart writes: "Ohio State is on the precipice of becoming an "it" program, a college football bellwether and 10,000-pound beast. Urban Meyer's program is 38-3 in three years and has yet to lose a Big Ten regular-season game en route to posting a 24-0 mark. This win last night may be first of a run of national championships for the Buckeyes."