He’s the name Ohio State fans haven’t heard yet, but the one that won’t be forgotten among Buckeyes fans over the next two years. A sophomore out of Lorain, Ohio, defensive end Rashod Berry certainly looks the part at 6-foot-4 and 215 pounds. His 21 tackles and one sack weren’t close to the team lead for the Titans last season, but his recruiting has shot off the charts in the offseason. With muscle packed on top of muscle, Berry already counts offers from Akron, Bowling Green, Kent State and Toledo along with interest from Michigan and Ohio State.
The “what if” scenarios regarding college football are a revolving door this time of year. Boston College, Temple, Auburn, Kent State, Wisconsin and Tennessee are just a few schools hit with coaching changes in the last few weeks. Those changes could have an impact not just with players on the current team, but in recruiting as well. Urban Meyer isn’t likely to go anywhere after Ohio State’s 12-0 season, but what if one of his assistant coaches left for another gig?
KENT, Ohio – The Akron men's basketball team clinched its first-ever Mid-American Conference regular-season championship with a 61-55 victory over neighborhood rival Kent State on Friday night at M.A.C. Center before a national ESPN2 television audience.
CLEVELAND – The Mid-American Conference season finale between the Akron Zips and the Kent State Golden Flashes will air on ESPN2 on Friday, March 2, at 7 p.m. ET the league office announced on Thursday.
AKRON, Ohio – Nick Harney scored 21 points, 19 in the second half, to lead Akron to an 84-75 comeback win over neighborhood rival and Mid-American Conference East Division opponent Kent State on Saturday night in front of a sold out Rhodes Arena crowd and SportsTime Ohio television audience.