COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – A student who jumped into a lake at Ohio State University as part of an annual event probably died from a broken neck, the county coroner said Thursday. 266 more words
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COLUMBUS, Ohio— The coroner says a student who died after jumping into a lake on the Ohio State University campus broke his neck.
Franklin County Coroner Anahi Ortiz said Thursday that preliminary autopsy results showed 22-year-old Austin Singletary, of Dayton, suffered a fracture of his C-5 vertebra, in the neck area, during the plunge into Mirror Lake Wednesday. 103 more words
LARRY LAGE, AP Sports Writer
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — When Ohio State plays Michigan for the 112th time, Urban Meyer and Jim Harbaugh will begin a chapter in perhaps college football’s greatest rivalry. 849 more words
ERIC OLSON, AP College Football Writer
The Big Ten loves a good rivalry. If there’s a trophy involved, it’s all the better.
Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh gushed this week over his childhood memories of “The Game” with Ohio State. 757 more words
Roy Hall Says Jim Tressel Is "A Man Building Men", Urban's Buckeyes Will Bounce Back After Subpar Effort Against Spartans
Former Ohio State/NFL wide receiver Roy Hall joined Bull & Fox to talk about his experiences in the Ohio State-Michigan rivalry, Jim Tressel’s impact on former player’s lives beyond football, the Buckeyes’ season so far after the Michigan State loss and why he believes this team will respond against Michigan. 6 more words
Brian Hartline Says "My Trust Lies With Coach; We Have Plenty Of Talent On This Football Team, Being 2-8 Is Just Not Acceptable"
Browns wide receiver Brian Hartline joined Bull & Fox to talk about his “First Annual Celebrity Waiter Night” on Monday, December 7th, the upcoming Ohio State-Michigan game, his thoughts on the comments made by Ezekiel Elliott and others after the loss to Michigan State, his relationship with Jim Tressel, Johnny Manziel’s demotion to third string and the disappointment with being 2-8. 15 more words