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.
Everyone wants to know who Urban Meyer and Ohio State will start at quarterback in 2015. [ MORE: Watch replay of Ohio State spring game on BTN2Go ] The options are terrific, and one can make the argument there is no wrong choice. If former Ohio State star Troy Smith had the option of a healthy J.T. Barrett, Cardale Jones and Braxton Miller, who would he pick? That’s one of the several questions Lisa Byington asked the 2006 Heisman Trophy winner during halftime of Ohio State’s spring game Saturday afternoon. His answer: “The guy that has the majority of the
To say Ohio State fans are excited about the 2015 season is an understatement. The national spring game record 99,391 fans at Saturday's Scarlet-Gray Game is your proof.
This was impressive. Jesse King netted the highlight goal in a game full of highlight goals during the highly anticipated No. 3 Maryland-No. 11 Ohio State battle Saturday at Ohio Stadium.
Big Ten fans have seen several tremendous plays on the diamond this past week. On Tuesday, we saw Ohio State third baseman Nick Sergakis made an outstanding stop down the line and throw out a runner from one knee. Then, on Wednesday, Evansville’s Josh Jyawook made an incredible catch, leaping over the outfield fence and holding onto the ball with his body falling over the wall. Well, we have another top play, and this one came on Friday from Iowa CF Eric Toole. Watch Toole extend his entire body and make an outstanding catch in center field, robbing Northwestern of
It was more than three months ago when Ohio State defeated Oregon to win the first-ever College Football Playoff National Championship.
It was just three weeks ago when the Ohio State football team received their first national championship rings. [ MORE: Watch Ohio State’s spring football game Saturday on BTN/BTN2Go ] Well, it looks like the Buckeyes’ newest national title rings have arrived. As expected, their new rings are very impressive, and look even more shiny than the first ones. OSU tight end Jeff Heuerman tweeted a photo of his ring, which can be seen above. Ohio State, which hosts its spring game Saturday, April 18, opens its national title defense on Monday, Sept. 7 at Virginia Tech, the lone team