Ohio State has rejected the latest appeal for reconsideration by fired marching band director Jonathan Waters.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio State University's trustee chairman says no decision has been made on an office for retired president Gordon Gee.
Bobby Schottenstein gave the update Wednesday as he shot down reports that the university would construct a $190,000 office suite for Gee and an assistant.
Schottenstein said a suitable office will be found for Gee with the goal being to use existing space.
The 69-year-old Gee retired July 1, a month after remarks became public that he made months earlier jabbing Notre Dame, Roman Catholics and Southeastern Conference schools.
Gee will remain a tenured professor in the university's Moritz College of Law as part of his retirement package.
University spokesman Gary Lewis says the plan for an office suite in Page Hall was a proposal that hasn't been finalized.
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When star quarterback Braxton Miller cried out in pain and crumpled to the ground during No. 5 Ohio State's practice on Monday, coach Urban Meyer wasn't certain what had happened.
J.T. Barrett had a lot of outstanding high school games before going to Ohio State.
Ohio State star quarterback Braxton Miller will miss the 2014 season, dealing a severe blow to the fifth-ranked Buckeyes' national title hopes.
Ohio State Buckeyes quarterback Braxton Miller has reinjured his right shoulder Monday, by Tim May of the Columbus Dispatch.
Urban Meyer wasn't just unhappy with his pass defense after last season.
The Ohio State Buckeyes are normally in the news for athletics, but it's the band that seems to be making waves this offseason. First a scandal, and now a pump up trailer.
The Ohio State Buckeyes enter the 2014 College Football season ranked No. 5 in the country by the Associated Press preseason poll.
Student leaders say Ohio State's marching band won't give out nicknames this year, after the sometimes lewd monikers played a role in the firing of a popular band director.