The search for the new director of the Ohio State University Marching Band has been one of the most publicly followed job searches in OSU history, receiving a level of media attention normally only reserved for sports coaches or the university president. The university issued a call for applications last fall and in April they […]
There are a lot of questions for the New York Jets, heading into the upcoming season. A new coaching staff is in place. Many wonder whether or not Geno Smith will be the starting quarterback heading into 2015. Can a pretty good defense propel this team despite a lackluster offense? The Jets answered one of […]
Ohio State football has had a rich history filled with some of the most talented athletes to play the game of football. This week, Buckeye Sports Radio is counting down the Top 5 running backs in Ohio State history. Here’s No. 4 on our list — Keith Byars.
This week our own Joe Dexter breaks down the top 5 running backs in school history, Starting with Howard “Hopalong” Cassady on Buckeye Sports Radio.
The Buckeyes finished the regular season strong over the weekend, finishing fourth at the 2015 Big Ten Outdoor Track and Field Championships at Ralph Young Field in East Lansing Leading the way was senior Timothy Faust who, who notched his second Big Ten 200-meter title of his career on Sunday. In a down to the […]
The Lady Buckeyes finished fourth at the B1G Indoor Championships this weekend in East Lansing and three individual gold medals at Ralph Young Field. Leading the way for Ohio State was Redshirt Junior Aisha Cavin, who set a new school-record time in her first place finish in the 200-meter dash. Cavin blazed past the finish […]
These young women have good reason to smile. (Team photo from the OSU Rowing Website) The nationally top ranked Buckeyes claimed their 3rd straight Big Ten Championship with a record setting performance at Indianapolis’ Eagle Creek Park. Ohio State won 6 of 7 finals events to set a B1G Championship scoring record of 186 points. […]
Addison Coll led Buckeyes in New Haven with a score of 6-under par (Picture from the OSU Men’s Golf webpage) Ohio State traveled to New Haven CT to participate Thursday-Saturday in the Regional qualifications to the NCAA’s. The interesting thing about these Regionals, is although you want “your” team to play well, you actually doesn’t have […]
Welcome to this week’s Mother’s Day edition of Weekend Wonderings. I hope that all of you will/have spent time with your Mother’s. It’s the right thing to do. We’ll get into the James, this week WWI, a dispatch from the Gallipoli Beachhead, a passing, promises kept and carping. For mood music here is permanent musical accompaniment by […]
What many speculated about the Ohio State/Virginia Tech opening weekend matchup is true. The Big Ten Conference confirmed today that the Buckeyes and Hokies will kick off on September 7th at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN and will be featured as the final game of the opening weekend of the 2015 season. According to a […]
It’s not often that we the Radio Hour is joined by a champion. This week though is a different story, as current Buckeye Wrestler and U.S. Open Champion Kyle Snyder joins the program to talk about his amazing weekend in Vegas that ended in his first U.S. Open Championship and an automatic bid into final round series at June’s U.S Trials in Madison, Wisconsin.
Snyder talked about his finals match with Jake Varner and the mental preparation heading into the weekend. He also touched on the Ohio State and Ohio RTC coaching staff, his RTC teammate and fellow champion Tervel Dlagnov, the mindset to endure a tournament like the U.S. Open, and also shares some advice for wrestling youngsters out there falling in love with the sport.
This week’s episode also features Talking 10’s Andy Coppens. A lot is going on off the field in the Big Ten and Coppens helps us make sense of the mess at the University of Illinois. We discuss whether or not Tim Beckman is on the hot seat, if Jim Harbaugh is the answer up north, the dismissal of Dennis Norfleet, and the state of the Iowa Hawkeye program under Kirk Ferentz.
Plus, Jon Moore at Rotoviz rounds out the show discussing the pro and fantasy prospect of former Buckeye receiver Devin Smith. Moore answers whether he can make a difference for the Jets and fantasy owners looking for a in season waiver wire addition. We also discuss what makes Smith such a great weapon, the genius move by Urban Meyer to lower his usage, and how Ezekiel Elliott and Michael Thomas could be true weapons for your fantasy football team next year.
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The wounds have barely healed from last basketball season, and here we are, looking forward to the upcoming season. Per the Big Ten office, there look like some entertaining match ups in the 2015 ACC-BIG Challenge. View the 2015 Big Ten/ACC Challenge match ups below. Monday, Nov. 30 Clemson at Minnesota Wake Forest at Rutgers […]
We have a couple of items to share with you this week. First, the Buckeyes had three players honored by the as Honorable Mention All-Americans by the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA): Michael Henchy, Miles Johnson and Nicolas Szerszen. Congratulations to Michael, Miles, Nicolas and to Coach Hanson and the Buckeye MVB team. In other […]
Ohio State rolled into Raleigh, NC, as Charles pointed out, for the Raleigh Regionals of the NCAA Women’s golf event. The interesting thing about these Regionals, is although you want “your” team to play well, you actually doesn’t have to win the event. In the 18 team field, just be one of the top 6 […]
Welcome to this week’s Mother’s Day edition of Weekend Wonderings. I hope that all of you will/have spent time with your Mother’s. It’s the right thing to do. We’ll get into the James, this week WWI, a dispatch from the Gallipoli Beachhead and miscellaneous musings, such as anniversaries. For mood music here is permanent musical accompaniment by […]