Bold. Brilliant. Benevolent. Or, in a word, Buckeyes. Across the country, people often think “sports powerhouse” when they think of The Ohio State University. And make no mistake: The school’s earned that reputation by winning the first-ever playoff for the college football national championship last year and turning in several outstanding performances on the gridiron and in several other sports for several decades now. But those who are part of this close-knit community — whether they live in Columbus, Colorado Springs or Corpus Christi — know that OSU has more to offer than top-notch athletics. Much more. Here are some
During football and basketball games, BTN LiveBIG will spotlight notable examples of research, innovation and community service from around the conference. In-Game stories will provide more background on these features, and the opportunity to view the videos again. For a long time now, The Ohio State University has been a formidable presence in college athletics. Now the Buckeyes are finding themselves leading the pack in another team effort: energy efficiency in automobiles. Ohio State’s 40-person crew placed first in the EcoCAR 2 National Competition last year, where they re-engineered a Chevy Malibu to travel on electric power and produce far
The Ohio State Buckeyes are national champions - in this year's EcoCAR2 Challenge.
The team from Ohio State took first place in the EcoCAR 2: Plugging In to the Future competition. Nebraska’s Kaylee Everly placed second in the multimedia competition at the 54th annual Hearst Journalism Awards Program’s National Championships. Bon Appétit rated Penn State one of the nation’s top dining scenes, thanks to their Berkey Creamery. Duke Energy, Purdue and Indiana are partnering to teach high school kids about entrepreneurship. Need a #MCM? How about these two guys… Good luck to @Omar4Gonzalez and @gzusi today! @USMNT #BeatGhana pic.twitter.com/91n1S88tLy — Maryland Athletics (@umterps) June 16, 2014