Oct. 20, 2014

Buckeyes Go Pink

Twenty-six breast cancer survivors were recognized during football’s Pink Game Saturday vs. Rutgers



TBDBITL delivered yet another jaw-dropping performance Saturday with its ‘Classic Rock’ halftime show


Two Hands are Overrated

Wide receiver Evan Spencer’s highlight-reel touchdown catch was featured as‘s Top Play of the Week

Fit for a King (and Queen)

A new #HomecomingOSU King and Queen were crowned before Saturday’s football game vs. Rutgers


Buckeyes Give Back

The Ohio State football program donated $10,000 to Coach 2 Cure Muscular Dystrophy research  


Wrestling Open Practice

Ohio State wrestling held an open practice at Fan Fest outside of St. John Arena Saturday. What a view!


Buckeyes Breaking Records 

Four consecutive games with 500 yards-or-more of total offense (school record) and 50-plus points (t-school record, 1998)


Women’s volleyball, women’s hockey and men’s soccer garnered victories over the weekend


Ms. 300

Field hockey defeated Indiana 2-1 Friday giving coach Anne Wilkinson her 300th career win


Buckeye Brick Wall

Men’s hockey goalie Christian Frey stopped 60 shots in Saturday’s game against Miami (OH); most saves by a Buckeye netminder since 2000 


K.C. Clutch for KC

Former Buckeye Kurt Coleman came up with the game-clinching interception in Kansas City’s 23-20 win over San Diego Sunday


Brutus & BEST FANS Top USA Today!

Brutus and the BEST FANS IN THE LAND were featured as the top photo in USA Today’s college football gallery Sunday


B1G Media Day: Hoops Style

Men’s and women’s basketball were in Chi-Town for B1G Media Thursday. Pictionary party? 



Tennis Tourney Title

Ohio State men’s tennis freshman Mikel Torpegaard took home the ITA Midwest Regional singles title Monday


Laces Out, Brutus!!!

One lucky Ohio State student won a trip on the Buckeye Cruise for Cancer during Saturday’s game vs. Rutgers


This Locker Will Be Filled Tonight

LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers are in town to take on the Chicago Bulls in an NBA exhibition game at the Schottenstein Center Monday