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Ohio State University's president has withdrawn as commencement speaker for a parochial high school after being reprimanded for making disparaging remarks about Notre Dame, Catholics and the Southeastern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.
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.
Sports Illustrated magazine selected the Ohio State Buckeyes to finish the season ranked in the top four and make the first ever college football playoff.
Ohio State officials say there is no recent record of campus police attending an annual ritual where marching band members entered Ohio Stadium in their underwear.
The Buckeyes rank 6th in ESPN.com 2014 Top 25 Power Rankings.