Former linebacker Andy Katzenmoyer is in custody after a warrant was issued for his arrest on Thursday. According to the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office, 35-year-old Andy Katzenmoyer was arrested Friday morning on a…
Don’t be surprised when you see a little scarlet and gray dotting Michigan’s bandwagon landscape on Sunday afternoon. That’s because Ohio State’s hopes of a fourth consecutive Big Ten title are directly tied…
Former Ohio State coach John Cooper was famous for saying, “Put a fence around your border and recruit nationally.” If the early 2014 recruiting class is any indication, Urban Meyer has made sure to add the phrase “and invade the surrounding areas of that school up north as well.” So far, the Buckeyes have five junior commitments. Forty percent of those pledges come from just outside the shadows of Ann Arbor, Mich. When defensive end Lawrence Marshall (Southfield, Mich.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Former Ohio State football star Jim Stillwagon has pleaded not guilty in the shooting of another driver during a road rage incident last year. Prosecutors say the 63-year-old Stillwagon pleaded not guilty Monday to four felonious assault counts in Delaware County, near Columbus. A hearing to set a trial date is scheduled April 8. Police say Stillwagon was on board his motorcycle when he got into a dispute with a pickup truck driver on Sept. 30. Investigators say the confrontation spanned 14 miles and ended in a parking lot where one bullet grazed the alleged victim’s head. Stillwagon was legally carrying the gun. A defense attorney said today he considers Stillwagon’s actions ”legally justified.” The college Hall of Fame lineman helped the Buckeyes to a national championship in 1968.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Former Ohio State football star Jim Stillwagon has been indicted on charges he fired shots from his motorcycle at another driver last year. Prosecutors in Delaware County, north of Columbus, said Friday the 63-year-old Stillwagon was indicted on four second-degree felony counts of felonious assault, all with firearm specifications. His arraignment is Monday. Police said Stillwagon fired at the driver of a pickup truck Sept. 30. One of the shots grazed the 41-year-old man’s head. Stillwagon was legally carrying the gun, and his lawyer has said he fired in self-defense. A phone message left at the attorney’s home Friday was not immediately returned. Stillwagon is a college Hall of Fame middle guard who helped the Buckeyes to a national championship in 1968.
Former Ohio State coach Jim Tressel has joined a local TV station as a special contributor.
Jim Stillwagon, an All-American defensive lineman who played on Ohio State’s 1968 national championship team, was charged on Monday with shooting a pickup truck driver during an extended incidence of road rage, the Columbus Dispatch reported. Police told the Dispatch the road rage confrontation between the two parties lasted for at least 14 miles. Stillwagon, 63, was riding a motorcycle and is accused of shooting at and assaulting a pickup truck driver Sunday afternoon near downtown Delaware, Ohio. One of the shots grazed the driver, Richard Mattingly, 41, in the head. Mattingly was flown to a hospital and checked out Sunday night. Stillwagon faces one count of felonious assault. He was released from jail Monday afternoon after a judge set bail at $350,000. A lawyer for Stillwagon told the Dispatch that Stillwagon shot in self-defense. “There was some type of conflict between the two where the truck potentially cut off the motorcycle or vice versa,” Bruce Pijanowski, interim Delaware police chief, told the Dispatch. …
Former Ohio State linebacker Storm Klein just might have a second chance.
Former OSU running back Jaamal Berry announced plans to transfer to Murray State in Kentucky. Former Ohio State running back Jaamal Berry will be continuing his college football career at Murray State, according to Scout.com .
Former OSU men's basketball player and creator of club trillion.com, Mark Titus, signs copies of his book, “Don’t Put Me in Coach, during his April 16 book signing at the South Campus Gateway Barnes and Noble.