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Nick Swisher goes O-H-I-O after home run

How did former Ohio State star Nick Swisher celebrate his first home run of the 2014 season? With an O-H-I-O after crossing home plate, obviously. Swisher drilled the homer in Cleveland’s 7-2 home win over Minnesota on Friday, and he finished the game 2-for-5 with three RBI. Watch Swisher form O-H-I-O and see a photo of it in this post.

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Aaron Craft's top defensive plays from this season

Aaron Craft

Aaron Craft: Master of the Rubik's Cube

Ohio State senior Aaron Craft was named the 2014 National Defensive Player of the Year on Thursday. The defensive-minded Craft, who has been a menace to opposing Big Ten teams throughout his four-year career, leaves Ohio State as the Big Ten’s all-time leader in steals with 337.

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Craft named national defensive player of the year

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Aaron Craft Defensive Player of the Year Interview

(AP) The National Association of Basketball Coaches has named Ohio State’s Aaron Craft as the 2014 National Defensive Player of the Year in Division I. The organization made the announcement Thursday.

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Merriman: Ranking Big Ten's McDonald's All-Americans

Jared Sullinger

The 37th annual McDonald’s High School All-American game is set to take place tonight at 9:30 p.m. ET at the United Center. The game will feature three future Big Ten players in James Blackmon Jr. (Indiana), D’Angelo Russell (Ohio State) and Melo Trimble (Maryland), all of who will play for the East Team.

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OSU's Ed Warinner cracks jokes about rival Michigan

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Coaches love to fire up the home fanbase when they speak at fundraisers. The latest example comes from Ohio State offensive line coach Ed Warinner, who spoke at the team’s spring football kickoff luncheon on Wednesday. Warinner delighted the crowd with a couple jokes at heated rival Michigan’s expense. See the jokes in this post.

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Dienhart: Ranking B1G Final Four teams since 2000

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Big Ten Elite: 2005 Illinois Basketball

Since Michigan State cut down the nets as a No. 1 seed in the now demolished RCA Dome in Indianapolis in 2000 to win the national championship over No. 6 seed Florida, nine Big Ten teams have been to the Final Four—but none have won it all even though five have played for all the marbles.

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