The future is bright for Ohio State, but how long will it take to get here?
That’s the question in my weekly football column for BuckeyeSports.com.
So far we have seen a young team flummoxed by a unique scheme look bad one night this season but bounce back with three straight wins over opponents that were overmatched to varying degrees.
There was a lot to like about the win in Maryland, including growth into the scheme on both sides of the ball.
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Ohio State and Maryland met on the football field for the first time last Saturday, and the Buckeyes won handily to improve to 4-1.
Here’s a look at some of the sights from Byrd Stadium. Continue reading Sights from Ohio State’s win at Maryland
The biggest sports story in Ohio this year — and perhaps in much longer — is the return of LeBron James to the Cleveland Cavaliers after four years in Miami.
Ohio State has long maintained a relationship with the Akron native, even setting up a locker for him in the men’s basketball locker room and wearing LeBron-branded stuff. Continue reading The Ohio State response to the return of LeBron James
The second weekend in May was no ordinary one as the NFL draft brought nearly nonstop news beginning Thursday night.
The biggest news in Ohio was, of course, the Browns’ decision to draft Johnny Manziel in the first round on Thursday night. Manziel is a lightning rod who has excited the fanbase, but he probably won’t be handed the starting job by new head coach Mike Pettine. The Texas tornado will arrive in town to find a potential hometown hero in Cleveland’s own Brian Hoyer, who energized the fanbase himself for a few briefs weeks last season before blowing out his knee. What does the former Cleveland St. Ignatius Wildcat have to say? “Bring it on.” Continue reading Weekend in review: Talkin’ draft, draft draft