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A.J. Alexander Is A Buckeye !!!

Well, well, well. It seems the Buckeye receiving corps for 2015 just got a bit deeper on Friday as Burke, VA,   WR A.J. Alexander committed to Ohio State. The 6’3″  210 pound WR/Ath is a 3*/4* ranked player that was recruited by Larry Johnson and Tim Hinton.  Alexander committed to Ohio State in preference to […]

One Fan's Opinion: Offensive Wish List

Once again we’re joined by a faithful reader and great Buckeye fan to give us his thoughts on the Ohio State program. Today, Mike checks in with a post spring-practice look at the areas where Ohio State will look find leaders to step up for the 2014 season. See what you think about his look […]

Nothing Conflicted About Silver Bullet Points

Life is full of decisions. Sometime soon (Friday?) we’ll get the official word that LaQuinton Ross has decided to head to greener pastures… but until then, here’s the soundtrack for our midweek musings. Practice Notes Receiving Praise- Coach Meyer talked on Tuesday about the need for the receiving corps to be a strength of the […]

Corey Smith Is A Buckeye!!!

After a bit of a delay in order to ensure that everything was sorted out on both sides, current Mississippi State verbal wide receiver Corey Smith has flipped his commitment and become the 23rd member of the 2013 recruiting class. Originally from Akron, Smith is a 6′ 170 pound recruit who will have two years […]

Taivon Jacobs Is A Buckeye!!!

The drought is over. Nope, not the one that’s gripping the heartland and screwing with our future pizza, the Ohio State recruiting drought of wide receivers. This morning, Maryland District Heights’ Taivon Jacobs gave his verbal commitment to Ohio State over West Virginia and the home Terrapins.  He also held offers from Notre Dame, Miami […]

Ohio State Recruiting: 2013 Wide Receivers

Receiver was a position that held the Buckeyes back on the field last year. With Posey being out 10 games and the loss of Reed midway through the year, the team struggled tremendously with consistency and production from the position. As a result, the receiving stats from last season are painful to review. If the […]

Ohio State Hires Zach Smith As Receivers Coach

Another Christmas present in Columbus, as yesterday’s staffing press release is followed by today’s announcement that Urban Meyer is indeed following a higher purpose. Current Temple Receivers and Special Teams coach, and former Gators coach Zach Smith has been named the latest member of the Ohio State staff. Smith, a Dublin Coffman graduate, is excited […]

Scarlet Assassins Reloaded: Wide Receivers and Tight Ends

  The receivers are one of the least experienced groups on the entire team. The suspension of Devier Posey compounds the issue significantly. As young and inexperienced as they may be (and let me reiterate, they are), they are also extremely talented- as you would expect from any group at Ohio State. It may take […]

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