Former Ohio State quarterback and current Buffalo Bills backup Cardale Jones returned to Columbus, Ohio, this weekend to graduate. That was newsworthy in itself, but Jones' message on his graduation cap garnered him even more attention.
Former Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones tweeted out a thank you to his former school. Check it out.
Cardale Jones hinted at leaving Ohio State for the NFL after the Buckeyes lost to Michigan State. He made it more concrete on Wednesday, telling reporters he will skip his senior season and declare for the NFL draft.
The Big Ten is loaded with talented quarterbacks this season.
The question that won't go away at Ohio State: Who's the starting quarterback? Coach Urban Meyer says the matter is undecided because neither Cardale Jones nor J.T. Barrett has been impressive through three games.
Cardale Jones has started Ohio State’s last six games, dating back to last season’s postseason. [ MORE: Get Week 3 Big Ten scores, stats & AP recaps ] The victor of the most-talked-about quarterback battle, perhaps, ever isn’t very impressed with his recent performances. Jones starred in the season opener at Virginia Tech, his first true road game, but he has been rather pedestrian the last two weeks vs. Hawaii and Northern Illinois, so much so that backup and 2014 Big Ten Quarterback of the Year J.T. Barrett has spelled him. Saturday’s 20-13 win vs. NIU was rock bottom. Jones
Penn State needs to get Christian Hackenberg on track. Don’t you wonder when Michigan State will start to get more props? Nebraska QB Tommy Armstrong deserves more credit. These are just three of the ten thioughts BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart takes on the day before Week 3 football games kick off.
Another Saturday, another win for Ohio State. That’s 15 in a row, if you are counting. Ho-hum, right? Maybe not. [ MORE: Best of Week 2 | Get Week 2 scores, stats & recaps ] The No. 1-ranked Buckeyes moved to 2-0 by dispatching Hawaii, 38-0. But that wasn’t the real story from Columbus. Nope. The Buckeye quarterbacks were all anyone wanted to talk about—again. It has been that way for months. And, it’s not going away until some clarity is brought to the oh-so-important position. Think of it as the nit that will be picked at—over and over and
In Thursday's spin around the Big Ten headlines, our writer looks at a story from Bill Landis of Cleveland.com wherein he wonders if the Buckeyes have a two-QB blueprint now. Also, we have an update on Purdue's Danny Anthrop, five things to watch for in Michigan vs. Oregon, and more. Come have a look.
Cardale Jones' NFL prospects received a huge boost when he took the first snap Monday night at Virginia Tech. Just ask a Cleveland Browns fan.