“The Best Damn Band in the Land” is traveling abroad for the first time to show the world their groundbreaking performance.
Ohio State University's president has withdrawn as commencement speaker for a parochial high school after being reprimanded for making disparaging remarks about Notre Dame, Catholics and the Southeastern Conference.
Gordon Gee had been scheduled to speak Saturday at the graduation ceremony for St. Francis DeSales High School in Columbus. Ohio State says Gee decided Monday not to attend to make sure the students and their accomplishments remain the focus of the event.
A message was left for DeSales' principal.
Gee apologized for his disparaging comments made in December after they were first reported by The Associated Press last week. He also apologized to the Big Ten conference for his "hurtful remarks" about some university athletic programs.
Ohio State trustees warn he could be fired for any more verbal gaffes.
Los Angeles Lakers took guard D'Angelo Russell of Ohio State, who was wearing a red jacket, bowtie and shoes that matched the Buckeyes' school colors.
Former Ohio State University quarterback Terrelle Pryor has signed with the Cincinnati Bengals.
The New York Jets had the need for speed in the second round of the NFL draft.
A coach for the Ohio State marching band has been charged with rape and kidnapping, according to reports.
President Barack Obama honored the national champion Ohio State football team, taking just a little bit of credit for the new playoff system that the Buckeyes mastered.
THE Ohio State has extended the contract of head football coach Urban Meyer through 2020.
The Big 12 and ACC conferences are pushing for a rule change that will allow conferences to determine which teams play in the title game.
Ohio State has taken its rivalry with Michigan to the next level by painting its dog walking fire hydrants in Wolverine colors.
NCAA wrestling organizers flipped the competition order so Logan Stieber's bid for a fourth national championship came last instead of third in the order. That was the lone suspense remaining from Ohio State's first national title run.