Spring ball is finally here for Ohio State. There are a lot of position battles that are taking place. A ton of guys either graduated or left early for the NFL, players like Chase Young, J.K. Dobbins and Jeff Okudah. … Continue reading Buckeye Spring Position Battles
Eleven Buckeyes were invited to the NFL Combine in Indianapolis this weekend, which was tied for second-most with Michigan. A couple of those names we know where they will end up in this upcoming draft in April. Names like Chase … Continue reading Hamilton and Harrison Shine at the NFL Combine
The city of Columbus came out and showed their support for the Walnut Ridge Scots and the Linden-McKinley Panthers in the annual Columbus city boys basketball game. The Scots would dominate the Panthers 74-59 capturing the City League Championship. The … Continue reading Scots dominate Panthers 74-59 to capture City League Title
At the historic Rike Center the Columbus Condors hosted their home opener against the Dallas Skyline. It started well for the Condors as Andy Bosley would score the first six of ten points for Columbus. Dallas would call a timeout … Continue reading Condors take down Skyline 113-106
In what they say is the fiercest rivalry in the state of Ohio the Capital Crusaders hosted the Cardinals from Otterbein. The Cardinals came into the game wanting to avenge their early season defeat to Capital 80-60 on December 7th. … Continue reading Crusaders sweep arch rival Otterbein!
Hearts were really pumping for the Crusader faithful but the Crusaders would come up short in a double overtime loss. In a must win situation the Crusaders found themselves in a dog fight with the Student Princes. In the first half the Crusaders shot 55.6% from the floor. However, it was Heidelberg’s 3-point shooting that was the story in the first half. The Student Princes shot a ridiculous 61.5% from behind the arc. Alex Arellano led the way with 9 points. All three of Arellano’s points came behind the 3-point line. As for the Crusaders they fought and clawed their … Continue reading Heidelberg Outmans Capital in Double Overtime
It was community day at the Capital Center on the campus of the Capital University. The women’s basketball team was hosting a Mount Union team that was winless in the Ohio Athletic Conference. It was an upset by the Purple … Continue reading Purple Raiders shock Crusaders 68-65
College fantasy football is slowly becoming a thing in the world of college sports. The Ohio State Buckeyes have few players who could be fantasy football studs let’s take at the players who you would want on your fantasy football … Continue reading Buckeye Fantasy Football Standouts
The 2019 College football season is just a few short months away and their is a lot of intriguing cross division matchups for this season. Let’s take a look at the must see cross division Big Ten games this fall. … Continue reading Key Big Ten Cross Division Games In 2019
As we know in years past there is always one game that completely catches the Buckeyes off guard. Whether it was Penn State in 2016, Iowa in 2017 or Purdue in 2018 the Buckeyes always seem to lose a game … Continue reading Ohio State’s Potential Trap Games in 2019
The NFL Draft is now under a week away and it is still unclear who the Arizona Cardinals will select with that number one overall pick. Most NFL experts and analysts are predicting the Cardinals to select the Heisman winning … Continue reading Will Nick Bosa be the First Pick in the NFL Draft?
First-year head coach Ryan Day is heading into his first Spring Game this Saturday with a few question marks. One of those question marks is who will be the vocal leaders on this team? In seasons past players like Billy … Continue reading Who Could be the Next Great Buckeye Leader?