How Sick Would This Be A post shared by Cardale Jones (@cardale7_) on Mar 20, 2015 at 1:16pm PDT Concept uniforms have become a huge craze throughout the college football world. So, we ask, what are the chances we could see the defending national champions wearing some fancy concept uniforms this season? Cardale Jones recently posted a photo of himself in a neat-looking black and red Ohio State uniform. Check it out in the photo above. What do you think Buckeye fans: Would you want to see Ohio State wear these concept uniforms?
Who is the Big Ten’s best football player as we prepare for next month’s spring games? It’s Ohio State stud defensive end Joey Bosa, according to Athlon’s pre-spring player rankings. Bosa, the 2014 Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year, beat out Michigan State quarterback Connor Cook for the top spot. The publication ranked Bosa No. 1 because “he should be one of college football’s top defenders in 2015.” Indeed. Bosa was dominant in 2014, recording 55 tackles, 21 tackles for loss, a Big Ten-leading 13.5 sacks and four forced fumbles, and he should only get better in 2015. Ohio
We know the Ohio State football team can play football really well. But can the national champs dance? The Buckeyes showed off their moves with the dance team at halftime of the Ohio State men’s basketball season finale vs. Wisconsin on Sunday afternoon. Whether they can dance or not, well, just check out the video above. One thing’s for sure: Ezekiel Elliott won’t be wearing his cropped jersey in 2015, per a new NCAA rule. ALL THE RIGHT MOVES on & off the field! 2014 National Champion #Buckeyes perform w/ @OhioStateDT #GoBucks http://t.co/jQLgPXmF0A — Ohio State Buckeyes (@OhioStAthletics) March 9,
March Madness is here, but Ohio State college football fans haven't forgotten the Buckeyes' memorable national championship run.
The Big Ten saw three schools make coaching changes after last season, with Michigan, Wisconsin and Nebraska all bringing in new leaders. But other schools didn’t stand pat, making significant changes to their staffs. Here’s a look at the six key coaching changes made on existing staffs after 2014. 1. Ohio State: Tim Beck, co-offensive coordinator: When offensive coordinator Tom Herman took the Houston job, Urban Meyer scored a home run when he landed this former Nebraska play-caller. Beck is a Youngstown, Ohio, native who is well-connected in Ohio and Texas recruiting circles. And he’s smart. Beck will double as
The snow version of the College Football National Championship Trophy! #GoBucks #buckeyes pic.twitter.com/FxsuJPfhyH — The Buckeye Nut (@TheBuckeyeNut) March 4, 2015 It’s been a long, cold winter in the Midwest and throughout Big Ten country. With winter comes snow, and with snow comes snowmen, snow angles and snow sculptures. One Ohio State fan put together a must-see snow creation of this year’s College Football Playoff National Championship trophy, which of course, belongs to the Ohio State Buckeyes. Check it out in the photo on top of this post. Can anyone sculpt a Big Ten Championship trophy? If so, send me
No position garners attention like quarterback. And, it’s an unsettled position at several Big Ten schools, as spring drills have begun to open. Here is what we know: Penn State (Christian Hackenberg), Minnesota (Mitch Leidner), Iowa (C.J. Beathard), Illinois (Wes Lunt), Nebraska (Tommy Armstrong), Michigan State (Connor Cook), Maryland (Caleb Rowe) and Indiana (Nate Sudfeld) all appear to have a good grasp on who will be their starter in 2015, eliminating much drama in spring drills. But the quarterback situation on some other campuses isn’t as clear. Here’s a look at the “Six Spring Quarterbacking Hot Spots” in Big Ten
On Tuesday night’s “BTN Live,” Glen Mason shared who he thought each Big Ten football team would miss the most in 2015. Watch the full feature in the video above, and see his answers in the text below. ILLINOIS: Reilly O’Toole, QB “You look at Reilly O’Toole, how he hung in there, how he persevered, how he competed, and the victory against Penn State, the victory against Northwestern that enabled them to go to a bowl game, I think that next year Coach Beckman will say, ‘You know, I wish Reilly O’Toole was still around here.'” INDIANA: Tevin Coleman, RB
BABY ANIMAL ALERT! Meet Zeke, a Humboldt #penguin chick. He hatched on 2/20 & now weighs 10 ounces! pic.twitter.com/RpGyDnbLAh — Columbus Zoo (@ColumbusZoo) March 3, 2015 Run for 200-plus yards in three straight postseason games on the way to the national championship, and people will find no shortage of ways to honor you. [ MORE: Sporting News ranks Ohio State nation’s No. 1 program ] Take the Columbus Zoo for example. It announced on Twitter (@ColumbusZoo) Tuesday that it named a baby Humboldt penguin, born on Feb. 20, “Zeke.” If there was any doubt about where the name came from,
Which college football program is the best top to bottom? It’s reigning national champ Ohio State, according to Sporting News’ Matt Hayes. [ MORE: Get Tom Dienhart’s Ohio State spring preview ] Hayes put the Buckeyes atop his top 10 program rankings, ahead of national powers Texas and USC. The list is a who’s who of college football, as one might expect, and it also includes another Big Ten team: Michigan, at No. 6. With two schools, the Big Ten is tied with the Pac-12 (USC and Oregon) for second-most teams on the list, behind the SEC’s three (LSU, Florida