Bills quarterback Cardale Jones, who as a Buckeyes freshman tweeted—and then deleted—that “we ain’t come to play SCHOOL, classes are POINTLESS” will graduate today from Ohio State with a bachelor’s degree in African-American Studies.
The Raiders took Ohio State CB Gareon Conley with the 24th pick of last night NFL Draft, much lower than he was expected to go a week ago, and much higher than many teams were willing to take him. Conley is the subject of a rape investigation in Cleveland, and it’s pretty exhausting that, yet again, things like this…
Ohio State University president Michael Drake and Stanford University president Marc Tessier-Lavigne have joined that dipshit from Notre Dame and that dipshit from Texas as the latest university presidents to say that college athletes should not be paid. Young people should not be paid for their revenue-generating…
Tears of joy for some; tears of sadness for at least one other.
ESPN has revealed the matchups for the third annual College Football Playoff. No. 1 Alabama will face No. 4 Washington, and No. 2 Clemson has No. 3 Ohio State. Both games will be played on December 31, with the final on January 9 in Tampa.
The bar for college football fans is really low, and yet, this joke about the water crisis in Flint, Mich., wiggles under it.
No. 2 Ohio State defeated no. 3 Michigan for their fifth straight victory in The Game, winning 30-27 in two overtimes.
College GameDay was an insufferable five hours long today, a duration that allowed for the University of Texas to fire its head coach and hire a new one during the same broadcast. Here are some signs Bucknuts brought to the Oval.
It’s time for a CPU vs CPU simulation of The Game. Will Michigan win? Can Urban Meyer lead the Buckeyes to a huge victory? Find out, LIVE:
Tonight Columbus’s WSYX reported live from the scene of where witnesses say Trump supporters outside a polling station have been threatening OSU students with rape if they vote for Hillary Clinton. That would prompt what you’d expect to be a very serious conversation, except for the skateboarder who kept insisting on…
Unranked Penn State knocked off #2 Ohio State when Grant Haley scooped up a blocked Buckeyes field goal and took it to the end zone, giving the Nittany Lions a 24-21 win after their defense stopped J.T. Barrett and the Buckeyes offense.
Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett is an absolute magician. Here he avoids three Penn State defenders surrounding him in the backfield and gets 19 yards in a play that looked so impossible officials decided to review it (and upheld the results after getting a second look).
Greg Schiano, world-historic asshole coach, is working for Ohio State in his first coaching job since getting shitcanned by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers three years ago. Everyone hated him in Tampa, but his tenure with the Buckeyes has been nice and quiet so far. Until this morning, that is, when he ran into a cyclist in…
We don’t have many words for this catch—Noah Brown’s third touchdown in one half for the Buckeyes—except that after he missed almost all of last season with a broken leg, we’re pretty happy for the kid.
Welcome to the Deadspin 25, a college football poll that strives to be more democratic and less useless than every other preseason poll. Leading up to the college football season kickoff, we will give you previews of the 25 teams that you, the readers, voted to be most worthy of writing about. Now, No. 14 Ohio State.
Earlier today, a woman posted photos on her Instagram account showing bruises that she wrote were the result of domestic abuse. The woman, Tiffany Thompson, is known to be Dallas Cowboys rookie Ezekiel Elliott’s girlfriend. Since then, Columbus police have released two police reports as well as a 911 call from this…
Ohio State running back Bri’onte Dunn was dismissed from the team on Monday for an unspecified violation of team rules. According to a report today from the Columbus Dispatch, Dunn’s dismissal followed a 911 call Sunday from his girlfriend in which she told a dispatcher that Dunn hit her in the face and choked her.
Five Ohio State players were selected in the NFL draft’s first round, which ought to make coach Urban Meyer very proud. But for at least one moment last night, Urbz was left by his lonesome.