Ohio State baseball fans were treated to a special sight before the start of Tuesday's non-conference game vs. Morehead State at Nick Swisher Field and Bill Davis Stadium.
President Barack Obama honored the Ohio State football team for its 2014 national championship on Monday afternoon. See all of the top moments inside.
What's one of the last things Big Ten quarterbacks want to see? Joey Bosa doing this: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ . That's Bosa's sack celebration, and we saw a lot of it during Ohio State's national championship season.
Athlon Sports recently asked Big Ten personalities, including a quartet of BTN employees, to rank their favorite Big Ten towns. The top spot? That would be Madison.
Ohio State has received its national championship rings, and now it's time to really make it official. In other words, it's time to meet the President!
Fans of highlight-reel goals had to love what they saw in the Rutgers-Penn State lacrosse game Sunday night. Check out a pair of behind-the-back goals inside.
Ohio State football fans heard all about Noah Brown during spring practices. In Saturday’s spring game, the sophomore wide receiver showed what all the talk was about. [ MORE: Watch replay of the Ohio State spring game on BTN2Go ] Expected to be Ohio State’s next breakout offensive player, Brown made a terrific one-handed grab on a Cardale Jones pass thrown behind him. Running a slant pattern over the middle, the sophomore wide receiver, somehow, was able to adjust to the errant toss, reach his left hand up behind him and bring it in for the reception. This catch took
BTN host Mike Hall traded in his suit and tie for a zebra shirt and black cap Saturday for the Penn State Blue-White Spring Game at Beaver Stadium.
Spring football games are all about moments like the one we saw prior to the annual Penn State Blue-White Spring Game on Saturday afternoon. Watch the moment inside.
There is a reason Ohio State coaches, players and fans refer to Cardale Jones as "12 Gauge." His 74-yard throw during a halftime contest should only make the nickname more popular.