Ohio State University’s marching band is ramping up to appear this fall at the NFL International Series in London. It is the group’s first-ever trip abroad.
Tim May of the Columbus Dispatch joined Baskin & Phelps with Les Levine to discuss some of the confusion surrounding what Braxton Miller will ‘announce’ next week regarding his immediate plans, some options that may be on the table for the formerly injured OSU QB, and how Urban Meyer might be setting up the team for another title run.
The Los Angeles Lakers chose Ohio State’s D’Angelo Russell with the second pick in the NBA draft on Thursday, bypassing big man Jahlil Okafor to grab the ball-handling guard with the potential for greatness.
The Minnesota Timberwolves selected Kentucky center Karl-Anthony Towns with first pick in the NBA draft.
Jim Tressel Says “It’s a Little Bit Difficult to Walk Away From the Momentum That Cardale Built”, Excited To See Pryor at WR
Jim Tressel talks about his first year as president at Youngstown State University, Terrelle Pryor’s transition to wide receiver with the Browns, watching Ohio State win the National Championship last season, the starting quarterback competition for the Buckeyes this season…
Happen to miss the show this morning? If you did, well, don’t let it happen again. Here’s a taste of what was discussed.
Jay Paterno: “It’s Nice To See Those Who Rushed To Judgement Softening Their Stance As More Information Comes Out”
Jay Paterno chats about the legacy of his father and the upcoming Legacy Series Beer.
Fans scooped up the 60,000 free tickets that were made available at 10 a.m. by early Monday afternoon solidifying the city’s candidacy to replace Berea as the Browns training camp home starting in 2016.
Newly released records show 25 people applied to direct Ohio State University’s celebrated marching band after the firing of its last director.
The marching band director at Ohio State University claims in a new lawsuit filed Friday that the university has damaged his reputation so much that he can’t find work “despite his previous renown.”