The premiere of “Scarlet & Gray Days” aired Wednesday night on BTN/BTN2Go to rave reviews. [ MORE: Watch “Scarlet & Gray Days” now on BTN2Go ] Did you miss BTN Originals’ all-access look at the defending national champ Ohio State’s training camp? If so, catch encore presentations at 5:30 and 9 p.m. ET tonight on BTN. Whether you watched it or not, I wanted to share a few of my favorite moments from the series’ first of two episodes. Speaking of which, the second episode will debut at 7 p.m. ET Wednesday. *** After a great intro from J.K. Simmons,
It’s World Photography Day, so I decided to take a look back at some of my favorite USA TODAY Sports Image shots from the 2014 football season. See a shot for all 14 teams below.
That @zone6_osu swag is official… 👌🏼🎩 A post shared by Zach Smith (@coachzachsmith) on Aug 18, 2015 at 3:26pm PDT Ohio State has one of the most well-recognized jerseys in college football. However, it is possible the Buckeyes may be mixing it up this season. OSU wide receivers coach Zach Smith posted a photo on Instagram today, which shows a matte black Buckeye helmet with a red and white stripe down the middle. The helmet features two Buckeye stickers on the front, as well as a “Zone 6” decal, which refers to OSU’s wide receivers. Check out the photo on
The Big Ten Conference announced its 2015 men’s soccer preseason coaches poll and players to watch list on Wednesday, with Maryland claiming the top spot among the nine conference teams.
A group of Ohio State football fans mapped out a path and walked 19 miles to spell out "Script Ohio" on Google Maps. See the map inside this post!
“Scarlet and Gray Days: Inside Ohio State Training Camp” debuts at 7 p.m. ET tonight on BTN/BTN2Go, and we’ve got a few clips from the first episode. The show takes viewers behind the scenes at the national champion Ohio State Buckeyes’ training camp. Narrated by Oscar-winning actor J.K. Simmons, the series’ first clip shows Braxton Miller’s working on his transition from quarterback to wide receiver/H-Back. In the second clip below, Urban Meyer’s addresses the entire team at the start of training camp. You can also share these clips from this very page, or find them on our Facebook and Twitter pages.
The final installment in our four-part Big Ten football preview series asks a beat writer from every school for his/her team's most important game. See who they said inside!
Around this time of year, students, alumni and fans of Big Ten college football teams are abuzz about the top 25 rankings. On campuses, in online forums and at sports bars across the country, people are talking about how many teams the conference has in the respective preseason polls, who’s underrated and overrated, and their predictions for bowl season and the second-ever college football playoff. But with all due respect to the AP and Coaches polls, there’s another “top 25” ranking that’s much more clear-cut, and one in which “impact on the field” takes on an entirely different meaning. We’re
When it comes to addiction, the road to recovery is hardly a smooth one. People who try to end their substance abuse and dependency often find it a long and bumpy ride, with detours and wrong turns along the way. Brandi Spaulding, a psychology intern at Ohio State’s Wexner Medical Center, is determined to make that road smoother and straighter, and she’s received valuable assistance from some tech-savvy OSU undergraduates to do just that. Spaulding, a doctoral candidate at Walden University in Minneapolis who’s finishing her dissertation on postpartum depression, collaborated with a handful of computer science majors to develop
Twitter got to verifying Friday, with just under three weeks left to kickoff, and all 14 Big Ten football teams now have the blue check. [ MORE: View our full football tour schedule ] It might sound like a small thing, but it’s kind of a big deal on the popular social media platform. If you don’t think so, just take a look at the football teams’ official accounts. Four teams already have tweeted about becoming verified as of publish time. @GopherFootball had a lot of fun with it, putting the check mark on several pictures of key 2014 plays.