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Ohio State has found its Ezekiel Elliott replacement

The Big Ten is in the middle of its media days and Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer had his turn to take the podium and speak to the media. 159 more words

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VIDEO: Urban Meyer's son, Nate Meyer, starred at OSU's Friday Night Lights event

Head Coach Urban Meyer with a close eye on Camper #2, who happens to be son, Nate Meyer, at last night's #FNL. pic.twitter.com/oEPU8FFPuX

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Four-star cornerback Amir Riep commits to Ohio State

Colerain (Cincinnati) senior cornerback Amir Riep — a four-star recruit and the top-ranked player at his position in the state — celebrated his 18th birthday Saturday by verbally committing to Ohio State University. 335 more words


Highly coveted cornerback finally makes his decision and the "DBU" debate will carry on

Four-star cornerback Kary Vincent Jr. dropped a top five list not too far back (it actually expanded to six) and it looks like he’s finally made his decision. 200 more words


One school just picked up its third blue-chip recruit in 24 hours

One top recruit is nice. Two is even better. But three? That is just a ridiculous haul for a 24-hour period.

The rich got richer between Friday night and Saturday afternoon, as four-star cornerback Amir Riep (5-foot-11, 185 pounds, Cincinnati, OH) announced that he was committing to Ohio State. 127 more words

College Football

Ezekiel Elliott sends out interesting tweet after domestic violence allegations

Former Ohio State and current Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott was potentially accused of domestic violence on Friday morning as he was tagged in several photos from his ex-girlfriend that showed bruises across her body. 145 more words


Five-star DE Chase Young spurns his home team with this commitment

The No. 20 overall recruit made his decision on Friday night, as five-star defensive end Chase Young (6-foot-5, 225 pounds, Hyattville, MD) announced that he was committing to Ohio State. 128 more words

College Football