Aug. 27-30

Women’s Soccer

Scarlet and Gray Sports Radio: Ohio State Women’s Soccer Picks Up …
The Ohio State Women’s Soccer team got their first win of the season, shutting out the Pittsburgh Panthers 2-0 on Friday night. Tiffany Cameron got the Buckeyes on the board with her first goal of the 2010 campaign when she found the

Men’s Soccer

Irish defense keeps Buckeyes at bay Fort Wayne Journal Gazette FORT WAYNE – Outlined beneath a blue and gray Mastodon wind screen and a lighted August sky, Notre Dame shut out Ohio State 2-Saturday night at the Hefner

Men’s Basketball

Ohio State men’s basketball schedule includes just one Michigan State gamePlain Dealer COLUMBUS, Ohio – Ohio State opens with what looks like a manageable Big Ten schedule, with a real chance to open 6-0 in conference play, according to the schedule released by the Buckeyes on Thursday.

Students can finally sit behind the benchThe Dispatch President E. Gordon Gee said during an interview on WBNS radio yesterday that students will sit center-court this season, and an athletic department official confirmed that faculty and staff – including Gee and athletic director Gene Smith – will make room for them by vacating 800 seats behind the team benches and scorer’s table on the south side of the arena.


Gene Smith urges OSU fans to be patientESPN (blog) 

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Ohio State football: Michigan game yet to be decided, Smith says

Columbus Dispatch the final week of the regular season, Buckeyes athletics director Gene Smith today said that no decision about the future of the game has been made.

Ohio State AD Gene Smith says no decisions have been made on Ohio State-Michigan Plain Dealer (blog)

Ohio State AD Gene Smith Releases Video Statement On Big Ten Divisional … SB Nation Detroit (blog)

No perfect way to split a conferenceThe Associated Press – there’s some school – us, somebody else, somewhere – it’s inevitable (they’ll be unhappy) with change,” Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith said.

Can Terrelle Pryor lead No. 2 Ohio State to a national title?USA Today Ohio State coach Jim Tressel has said he could see things coming together for Pryor in the month leading up to the bowl game. Pryor, considered a preseason

College ticker Jim Tressel knows Ohio State will be a target  Detroit Free Press  Most coaches have a standard line, eager to downplay the expectations heaped on their team. But after winning five straight Big Ten titles,

Ohio State Buckeyes 2010 preview Toledo Blade While the Buckeyes occupy the No. 2 or No. 3 position in almost every preseason poll, Playboy picked Ohio State No. 1 in its annual “College Football

Teammates Pleased With Pryor’s Progress

Marshall a mystery on offense Columbus Dispatch

Smith following in Bruce’s footsteps Columbus Dispatch

Chasing a legendColumbus Dispatch In a discussion of greatest Ohio State football coaches, when does Jim Tressel’s name start getting mentioned on the same level as Woody Hayes

Can physical safeties cover?The Dispatch Jermale Hines, Tyler Moeller, C.J. Barnett and Orhian Johnson have something to prove this season – Hines that he can be a full-time starter, Moeller that he has recovered from a serious head injury, and Barnett and Johnson that they deserve a starting job.

OSU notebook: Two new starters on defenseThe Dispatch Sophomore C.J. Barnett was listed as the starter at strong safety and sophomore Andrew Sweat at strong-side linebacker. Each had gone into preseason camp hoping to get into the picture at their positions.

Ohio State vs. Michigan is still on, but when is uncertainPlain Dealer Columbus – Ohio State and Michigan still could play in the final game of the regular season, regardless of how the Big Ten organizes its new divisions, OSU President Gordon Gee and OSU Athletic Director Gene Smith told The Plain Dealer on Thursday.

Columbus Dispatch:

  • Commentary: Move The Game? Not if Woody, Bo were around
  • OSU tackle isn’t just big
  • Past players plead: Leave Game alone

  • Michigan game yet to be decided, Smith says

When worlds collideThe Dispatch On Thursday night, when the Buckeyes play Marshall, Ohio State employees will be heading off campus about the same time the crush of fans is arriving. It could make for a traffic mess.

Buckeyes try to temper all the hypeThe Associated Press COLUMBUS, Ohio – Terrelle Pryor doesn’t read a lot. Sure, he keeps up with his classwork. But all those preseason magazines on the rack at the book store?

Ohio State’s talented Class of 2008 spearheads Buckeyes’ national title …Plain Dealer – ‎Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor (2) and center Mike Brewster (50, blocking Southern Cal’s Christian Tupou last season)

Today at No. 3: Ohio StateOrlando Sentinel Look back: We all know the knock that has followed Ohio State the last several years. After failing big-time in its recent BCS national championship games,,

Keys to the seasonColumbus Dispatch With national-title expectations high, Buckeyes fans risk heartbreak in the second game, against Miami. Beyond Terrelle Pryor, OSU’s fate could be decided

Both sides of ball prompt questionsColumbus Dispatch In college football, August is for questions and November is for answers. That’s true for Ohio State, which enters the season No. 2 in the polls.

Ohio State QB reminds Holliday of TebowCharleston Gazette Terrelle Pryor and Ohio State play host to Marshall in the season opener Thursday. HUNTINGTON – When Marshall coach Doc

Talented Jake Stoneburner could convince Ohio State to let loose the tight end Plain Dealer – OSU photoJake Stoneburner has convinced Ohio State coaches that he can be a primary option as a tight end this season. COLUMBUS, Ohio — Jake Stoneburner