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The Ohio State Buckeyes only have one scholarship punter on the roster, but there will be competition this off-season. On Sunday, replacement punter Tony Venneri – who most recently played for the Buffalo Bulls – announced his commitment to the Buckeyes. Tony Venneri Veneri, who was Buffalo’s starting punter the past two years, averaged an 43.96 yards per punt in 2023, ran
Big news for Buckeye Nation! Former Duke forward Sean Stewart just committed to Ohio State for the upcoming 2024-2025 season. Fans are already hyped as this 6’9″ sophomore is a key addition to the Buckeyes’ frontcourt. He is in great need after 5 losses in the transfer portal this year. Sean Stewart at Duke The Decision A top recruit in 2023, Stewart chose the Buckeyes
Well, Buckeye Nation has another reason to celebrate today! Five-star corner-back Na’eem Offord has committed to Ohio State, giving the Buckeyes another huge recruiting win. This kid is an absolute stud – the 9th ranked player overall in the 2025 class according to ESPN. At 6’2″ with track star speed, Offord has all the tools to develop into a lock-down corner at th
So, picture this: we signed twenty-one prospects during the early signing period, but guess what? We might not be done yet for the 2024 recruiting class! Now, let’s talk about Dominic Kirks. Our eyes are on none other than Dominic Kirks, the in-state defensive end. Let’s talk stats. Kirks is a 6-foot, 4-inch, 255-pound beast, ranking at No. 33 among defensive linemen and holding the 2
Syracuse football fans have a reason to celebrate. Former Ohio State quarterback Kyle McCord has committed to play for the Orange in 2024. This is a big surprise, as many people expected him to join another program, such as Nebraska. In a twist that caught everyone off guard, the much-talked-about quarterback prodigy, Kyle McCord, has gone ahead and pledged himself to Syracuse University f
Thursday's debacle against Las Vegas demonstrated just how much of a mess Brandon Staley's tenure had become, especially since last year's historic wild-card meltdown.
Ohio State running back Chip Trayanum has transferred to the University of Kentucky. Trayanum entered the transfer portal on December 5th, 2023, after serving as a backup to Ohio State star TreVeyon Henderson for the season. He announced his commitment to Kentucky on December 12th, 2023, after a weekend visit to Lexington. Why Kentucky? Trayanum’s decision to transfer to Kentucky
The playoff picture rides on a battle between QBs who extend plays. But while Dak Prescott can throw in those situations, the 49ers exposed one Jalen Hurts weakness.
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