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Video: Ohio State WR Dontre Wilson comes up with silly left-handed grab

Take a look at the picture above. Think there’s any chance Dontre Wilson comes down with the catch? No, right? Wrong. Wilson made the incredible left-handed catch despite Virginia Tech defender Chuck Clark being right on him. Watch the play in this post. Wow, just wow, Dontre Wilson. — Jeff Rapp (@RappUp) September 7, 2014 That was a hell of a catch by Dontre Wilson, but you don't need my tweet to tell you that. — Ben Axelrod (@BenAxelrod) September 7, 2014

OSU student beats Dontre Wilson in 40-yard dash

Ohio State tailback Dontre Wilson is thought of by many to be the fastest player in the Big Ten… Not so fast! Urban Meyer invited OSU students to challenge several Buckeye football players in a race during halftime of Saturday’s Scarlet and Gray spring football game. Wilson was viewed by many to be the overall favorite to win the race, but OSU senior Malcolm Branson, who is a Criminal Justice major, cruised to a victory in the 40-yard dash. Watch the race here: OSU students challenged Dontre Wilson in the 40-yard dash. Were any faster than the Buckeye? @OhioStAthletics

Big Ten office releases Week 9 Players of the Week

The Big Ten office released its Week 9 Players of the Week on Monday morning. Ohio State had a pair of honorees, Braxton Miller and Dontre Wilson, for its 63-14 victory over Penn State under the lights. See all the honorees in this post. Offensive Player of the Week: Braxton Miller, Ohio State, Jr., QB Had a hand in five Ohio State touchdowns, including three passing and two rushing, in the Buckeyes’ victory over Penn State Finished with 320 yards of total offense, completing 18 of 24 passes for a career-high 252 yards, and rushing for 68 yards on 11

Keep an eye on these Big Ten freshmen

This time last year, few knew who Devin Funchess of Michigan was. Ditto David Santos of Nebraska, Jason Spriggs of Indiana and Mason Monheim of Illinois. But by the end of November, each of these true freshmen had made a name for himself. In fact, I tabbed them on my 2012 Big Ten All-Freshman Team. So, who will I honor three months from now on my 2013 Big Ten All-Freshman Team? Following is a look at one true freshman from each school  who could excel this fall and subsequently be honored. Illinois QB Aaron Bailey. There is plenty of opportunity