Photos from Ohio State win over Buffalo on Saturday
The apology tour proved to be futile. The “remediation plan” never quite reached its apex. Ohio State University president Gordon Gee has announced he will officially retire on July 1, leaving a path of controversy behind and shaping a valuable lesson for others to follow. In an era of new media, a whole lot of good can be erased in an instant. As first reported by the Columbus Dispatch, Gee sent an email to faculty members, students and staff revealing his decision to step down as president. Shortly after, the university sent out a release including an explanation from Gee on how he came to this decision: During my days away, I also spent some time in self-reflection. And after much deliberation, I have decided it is now time for me to turn over the reins of leadership to allow the seeds that we have planted to grow. It is also time for me to re-energize and refocus myself. Gee also posted the following message on Twitter. As my time
Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller was ”doing fine” after being taken to a hospital and undergoing tests in the wake of an injury sustained late in the third quarter of No. 7 Ohio State’s 29-22 overtime win over Purdue on Saturday.
TBDBITL’s “Video Games” halftime show vs. Nebraska
The Ohio State University football program has a longstanding tradition of football that has come to be accompanied by a longstanding tradition of excellent tailgating. It has almost become a sport in and of itself. Crazed fans roll out their enormous all-red, buckeye-emblazoned RVs and set up portable grills and cornhole everywhere, sometimes as early as 3 a.m. the morning of gameday.
Ohio State University football coach Urban Meyer will be back in Naples this spring for the annual Buckeyes in Paradise Gala.
The 267-page report issued yesterday by former FBI director Louis Freeh into the Penn State investigation details some compliance issues that were addressed by Ohio State University last year.
Fort Wayne native Deshaun Thomas will begin his third season with the Ohio State University men's basketball program this fall.
Ohio State University athletics officials say they are discussing playing the Buckeyes' 2013 spring football game at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati.
Former Ohio State University wrestler Dunyasha M. Yetts has been jailed again over allegations that he has substantial sums of money he hasn’t reported to his probation officer.