The Ohio State University marching band performed during the Cleveland Browns versus Oakland Raiders half-time show Sunday.
Ohio State University trustees have warned president Gordon Gee that he could be fired for future incidents of inappropriate comments, such as those in December criticizing "those damn Catholics." The plan that trustees are requiring Gee to follow:
--Issuing personal apologies, as appropriate, to any group that you have offended;
--Engaging a coach with particular expertise in helping you to facilitate and foster a healthy, open, and diverse twenty-first century higher education with a global presence and voice;
--Seeking the assistance of professionals who could assist with revisiting your personal communications and speechwriting processes, content, and office structure, to identify additional ways to ensure more consistent messaging and statements that are better aligned with University priority goals and core values;
--Reviewing the prioritization of your time, with a particular focus on a more targeted selection of the most appropriate speaking engagements and appearances at which your presence is requested, so that there is stronger alignment between the use of your time and core messages that you deliver in furtherance of the University's goals and priorities; and
--Using your voice to set the standards for civility, inclusion, and collective aspiration to bring people together and inspire them to reach their full potential.
Source: AP Research.
Ohio State's marching band performed another impressive halftime show, this time during the Buckeyes' game versus Rutgers.
J.T. Barrett completed his first nine passes, ran for 107 yards and two touchdowns and threw for three more scores to lead No. 13 Ohio State past Rutgers 56-17 on Saturday.
Ohio State moved up to #15 among the Top 25 teams in The Associated Press college football poll.
The Ohio State Buckeyes defeated the Maryland Terrapins 52 - 24 on Saturday in the first meeting ever between the two teams.
A student who ran onto the field during an Ohio State football game and was body-slammed by a coach is losing his scholarship amid his court case.
Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon released a detailed statement and account of what transpired on Saturday afternoon surrounding Shane Morris' injuries.
The Best Damn Band in the Land never ceases to amaze us.
A Buckeye strength coach got to show off his skills too.