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Former Buckeye Andre Amos will play in Ohio Pro Prospects game

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Andre Amos (OSU)

Former Buckeye defensive back Andre Amos will be participating in the inaugural Ohio College Senior Bowl Saturday, April 17.

Amos, a member of the winningest senior class in Ohio State history, was a three-year letterman at Ohio State.

The cornerback from Middletown, Ohio had 24 career tackles and an interception, helping the Buckeyes to five consecutive Big Ten titles and the 2010 Rose Bowl championship.

The Senior Bowl contest, featuring players from 34 different Ohio colleges and universities, will be played at Marv Moorehead Stadium in Upper Arlington, Ohio. The all-star game kicks off at 1 p.m. and will be televised by Sports Time Ohio. Tickets are available at the gate or in advance at online.

The awards keep piling up; Turner named AP Player of the Year

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Evan Turner (OSU)

Ohio State star Evan Turner has won another trophy. This time he has been selected as the Associated Press Player of the Year.

Turner, a 6-foot-7 junior swingman who averaged 20.3 points, 9.2 rebounds and 5.9 assists, received 54 votes from the 65-member national media panel. Kentucky freshman John Wall was second with nine votes.

The awards ceremony was in Indianapolis, Indiana, home of this year’s Final Four. Coach Thad Matta was there, but Evan Turner didn’t expect two of his teammates, David Lighty and Dallas Lauderdale  to make the 175-mile, 3-hour trip across interstate 70 to be in attendance.

Turner said of the gesture by his teammate, “They are really family and this shows it.”

Ohio State blasts Northwestern 11-1, to open Big Ten schedule

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Alex Wimmers is 6-0 (OSU)

Zach Hurley started game with a HR (OSU)

The Baseball Buckeyes put 17 hits in beating Northwestern 11-1 in the Big Ten opener on Friday afternoon in the Windy City suburb of Evanston, Illinois.

Alex Wimmers picked up the win and is now 6-0; the first Ohio State starting pitcher to start the season at 6-0 since Cory Luebke began 7-0 in 2007.

Wimmers, a junior right-hander pitched seven innings, allowing six hits and one earned run while striking out five.

There were several stars of the game to support Wimmers. Cory Rupert had a four-hit day while Dan Burkhart and Ryan Dew each had three for the Buckeyes. Dew finished with three runs batted in and three runs scored and Brian DeLucia scored three runs.

The Ohio State offense gave their ace pitcher a nice lead in the top of the first inning, scoring four runs. Zach Hurley led the game off with a home run to left and Ryan Dew had a key two-run triple to center that drove in Burkhart and Michael Stephens as the Buckeyes batted around with six hits.

The Northwestern number 1, 2 and 3 batters were a combined 1-for-12.

The 15-7 Buckeyes  and Northwestern will play game 2 of the three-game series on Saturday at 2 p.m.

Springtime means Ohio State Football is Back! Day 1

Jim Tressel talks to the media (

It wasn’t too long ago that  the Buckeyes were heading off  to the 2010 Rose Bowl to play the explosive Oregon Ducks and we were all wondering  if they could stop the recent string of disappointing Bowl losses and if Terrelle Pryor would respond on the national stage and if the Buckeyes would finally get the national media off their backs?

Well, all of those questions were answered on that January 1 game in Pasadena, California: the Ducks were shut down; the bowl losses were put to a screeching halt; Terrelle Pryor performed like he was a Heisman candidate and the Buckeyes gained the national media’s respect once again.

Now, spring is upon us and OSU Football is back in the news for the rest of April and still there are questions that will have to be answered in 14 practices and the spring game on April 24 in Ohio Stadium.

One thing about Ohio State football, they remake or reload, not rebuild.  The questions center around offensive tackle, Terrelle Pryor’s knee, the defensive line and the safeties.

Expectations are very sky high coming off a fifth-straight Big Ten title, an 11-2 season, a Rose Bowl victory over Oregon and an 8-game home schedule and only 4 road games.

Who will play Left tackle to replace Jim Cordle?

This position has been a question mark for years. Jim Cordle ended up playing there out of necessity.  There are plenty of candidates in the wings: Mike Adams, Andrew Miller and Marcus Hall.  Coach Jim Tressel told us on Thursday that position aren’t really won in the spring because they have to wait for the recruits to come to camp in August.

Who replaces Kurt Coleman and Anderson Russell at safety?

Jermale Hines is one starter but there are other players to consider. Ohrian Johnson, Tyler Moeller, Jamie Woods and Nate Oliver. There is no clear cut starter amonst those players.

Is Terrelle Pryor’s left knee a concern?

This has been the talk of the town since Pryor suffered the partially torn ligament last October and had arthroscopic surgery in early February.  But it seems that Pryor is ready to participate in spring drills. But expect alot of reps from backup quarterbacks Joe Bauserman and Kenny Guiton, Jr. which can’t be all bad because they need to be ready for the fall anyway. Remember, a backup player is one injury from playing anyway.


* April 10: Kick scrimmage.

* April 17: Jersey scrimmage.

* April 24: Spring Game in Ohio Stadium at 1:30 p.m.

SOUNDS FROM SPRING PRACTICE WITH JIM TRESSEL (to listen to an audio file, just click the link)

44 704 Jim Tressel Ohio State coach On Terrelle Pryor this spring

44 706 Jim Tressel On his Wide Receiver and looking for a 3rd option

44 708 Jim Tressel On the new practice fields that the football team will be getting

44 710 Jim Tressel Why is it that important to have 2 turf and 2 grass fields

44 712 Jim Tressel Will his offensive linemen be solidifying their roles this spring

44 713 Jim Tressel He has 2 players in spring in 2010 recruits. Is it a trend now

44 714 Jim Tressel What do recruits get for being in here early. What’s the downside

44 715 Jim Tressel Is this the healthiest OL have been in spring and how many do you have

Baseball Buckeyes win 2010 home opener over Toledo, 4-3

Courtesy of Ohio State Athletics

Ohio State scored a pair of runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to pick up a 4-3 come-from-behind victory over Toledo in the home opener Wednesday afternoon at Bill Davis Stadium. It was a perfect day for baseball in Columbus, Ohio with temperatures in the mid-60′s.

RHP Drew Rucinski Ohio State (osu)

Eric Best tossed two perfect innings in relief to improve his record to 2-1 on the season while Drew Rucinski pitched a flawless ninth for his fourth save.  Dan Burkhart, Cory Kovanda and Ryan Dew each collected two hits for the Buckeyes.

The 14-7 Buckeyes will be traveling to Evanston, Illinois to take on the Northwestern Wildcats in the first Big Ten series of the season, Friday through Sunday.


* The Buckeyes have now won the last 17 matchups against the Rockets.

* Prior to Wednesday’s game, OSU has averaged 15.5 runs per game in the last 10 matchups against Toledo.

* Eight Buckeyes were hitting over .320 heading into Wednesday’s game.

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