Ohio Stadium went silent as an announcer called out the name of a missing football player and a police poster seeking information on his disappearance appeared on a monitor.
A missing Ohio State University football player told his mother in a text message the day he disappeared that concussions had his head messed up, according to a report filed with police. Kosta Karageorge, a 22-year-old senior defensive tackle from Columbus, was last seen at his apartment around 2 a.m. Wednesday. Team spokesman Jerry Emig confirmed that Karageorge missed practice Wednesday and Thursday, which his family says was uncharacteristic. Karageorge’s parents filed a missing-person report Wednesday evening, listing him as white, 6-foot-5, 285 pounds, bearded and bald. Kosta Karageorge, a former Buckeyes wrestler, joined the football team as a walk-on
As we sit down with family and friends to enjoy Thanksgiving, there are many among us who aren’t getting enough to eat. Two organizations founded by Big Ten students and alumni are making a major impact on the hunger crisis in this country. For more about Zero Percent, read our feature. For more about the Food Recovery Network, read our feature.
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We're a couple weeks into the college basketball season, and there’s no doubt the youngsters are going to alter the landscape of this year’s Big Ten race.
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Ohio State junior Noah Spence has been declared permanently ineligible from all intercollegiate athletics competition by the Big Ten Conference. Get more details inside.