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A Penn State Loss For the second time in 14 days, Ohio State has hopped in to remove a top recruit from Penn State. Dissimilar to five-star receiver Julian Fleming, four-star tackle Grant Toutant had given his pledge to the Nittany Lions, just to shockingly flip to the Buckeyes Sunday night. A long-term Penn State commit Toutant stunned the world, posting on Twitter that he was decommitting fro
The Ohio State University has announced the football kickoff times of 6 matches on its 2019 schedule. Included in the list was the contest at Michigan on November 30th, which will start at 12:00 PM ET, and will be on FOX. Other game times that were released include: August 31st Florida Atlantic Noon on FOX, September 7th Cincinnati 12:00PM on ABC, September 14th Indiana away Noon on FOX, October
Julian Fleming, the No. 1 receiver in the nation, and the No. 6 generally speaking prospect, reported his promise to Ohio State on Friday morning. Fleming turns out to be only the fourth five-star wide wideout to join Ohio State since 2000, joining Ted Ginn Jr, Jalin Marshall, and 2019 recruit Garrett Wilson. A visit to Columbus the few days around March 22 was the one event that put the Bucke
O-H my! In an early commitment for the class of 2021 Ohio State snaps up 6'3 and 204-pound quarterback Kyle McCord. McCord, who is finishing up his sophomore year in Philadelphia, Pa at St Joseph's, has verbally committed to the Buckeyes for 2021. Ohio State's quarterback coach Mike Yurcich has been recruiting him along with 15 other colleges that have given him offers. Kyle who received his firs
Gunnar Hoak was dual sports player at Dublin Coffman High School in Dublin, Ohio, playing baseball in addition to football. He led his high school as a quarterback, to the Division I Ohio state playoffs. Hoak has graded a 3-star prospect and saw scholarship offers from Toledo, Bowling Green, and Buffalo. After such accolades as being named Offensive Player of the Year for Ohio's Central District
Following a 20-15 season, the Buckeyes will need to regroup. This last season their tallest player was freshmen Jaeden LeDee, a freshman. But even he isn't a true center. It is hard to win a game without true size, but on the perimeter, but more importantly inside. Without a good defensive presence, your lane will turn into a freeway for layups. But, sadly for the fans of Ohio State, their basket
Ohio State had 9 players drafted in 2019, and have had at least five players taken each of the last six years. Now, those players will look to have an instant impact in the NFL. Nick Bosa, San Francisco 49ers, Rd. 1, Pick 2 Bosa should instantly upgrade an anemic 49ers pass rush, and the scary thing is that he could be even better than his brother. Dwayne Haskins, Washington Redskins, Rd. 1, Pick
Matthew Baldwin is a gradually rising football star. He was raised in Texas by his parents, Michael and Mindy Baldwin. He was one of the ten from a 2018 recruiting class to join Ohio State in January 2018. His stay at Ohio State was a short one after he choose to transfer. Matthew says the main reason for the transfer is due to home sickness. His transfer from Ohio comes after him nursing a knee
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