September 18, 2018

News in a Nutshell


Scroll through the week’s top Scarlet and Gray headlines in this edition of News in a Nutshell!

My Gameday – Konner Barr

TBDBITL Drum Major, Konner Barr, took on a first-person look inside his preparation and performance during the Buckeyes’ football game against TCU in Arlington, Texas.

Alec Yoder: Becoming A Champion

As he competes in the World Team Selection Camp in Colorado Springs, Alec Yoder reflects on his early childhood dream of competing on the World Championship Team.

Ohio State Hosts Northwestern Friday Night

The Ohio State men’s soccer team opens its Big Ten home schedule against Northwestern at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium.

This is Game Week: Ohio State vs. Tulane

The Ohio State Buckeyes return to home to The Shoe this Saturday for a 3:30 p.m. kickoff against Tulane.

Ohio State Welcomes Tulane to Ohio Stadium on Saturday

Fresh off of a 40-28 victory over No. 15 TCU last Saturday night in Arlington, Texas, No. 4 Ohio State returns to Ohio Stadium and welcomes Tulane for a 3:30 p.m. kickoff Saturday afternoon on BTN.

Dre’Mont Jones Named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week

Ohio State defensive tackle Dre’Mont Jones has been named the Big Ten’s Defensive Player of the Week, the conference office announced this morning.


The Players Tribune: Denzel Ward: Make Them Know Your Name

In Denzel Ward’s Player’s Tribune article, he reflects on the lessons his late father taught him.


The Lantern: Keyshawn Woods ready to become a playmaker for Ohio State

The Ohio State men’s basketball team will be searching for new leaders both on and off the court following the departure of Keita Bates-Diop and Jae’Sean Tate. Senior guard C.J. Jackson said this summer that he looks at this team as his, but he might be getting help from graduate transfer Keyshawn Woods.

Buckeyes in the NFL – Week 2

Week two in the National Football League was another successful one for the Pro Bucks, as career-firsts were recorded both on the field and on the sidelines.

From Friendswood to Family

Women’s Soccer’s Selina Vickery making her own way at Ohio State.


The Lantern: Ohio State Stays at No. 4 in Latest AP Poll

Ohio State stayed as the No. 4 team in the latest AP Poll after defeating TCU 40-28 on Saturday.

USA Today: After a 2-year wait, Haskins takes control at Ohio State

A childhood dream becomes reality as Dwayne Haskins has a successful starting season as QB 1.


Ohio State stays ahead of heat early in the season

Early in the season, the Ohio State men’s soccer team faced a heat wave that affected its training and game performance. The solution in the high temperatures is to stay ahead of it.


Brady Koontz Travels to Junior World National Championship 

Brady Koontz will be the first of five Buckeyes (three current) representing the United States at world championships over the next two months when he heads to Slovakia to compete Sept. 17-19 in the 2018 Junior World Championships as a member of the U.S. Greco-Roman Team.

Explosive Third Quarter Boosts Buckeyes Past TCU, 40-28

Ohio State charged out to a 10-point first quarter lead but saw TCU carry a one-point advantage into halftime. The Horned Frogs extended to an eight-point edge before the Buckeyes exploded for a 20-point run over the span of just four minutes in the third period. Ohio State held off TCU in the final frame to move to 3-0 on the season and also 3-0 all-time at AT&T Stadium.

The Lantern: Buckeye freshmen pulled off three straight game-winners in non-conference play

Expectations turned into freshmen Buckeyes, forward Kayla Fischer, forward Emaly Vatne and midfielder Blair Cowan scoring the game-winners against Florida, Morehead State and Notre Dame, respectively.