Your network for multiple sports and entertainment

High School Bounce

2015-2016 High School Bounce

High School Bounce marks its sixth season this year! Check back in the coming weeks for game schedules and times.

Click Here for Game

Click here for season schedule and archived games.

What We Cover

Today is

June 2019
« May    

‘Ohio State’ Articles

Ryan Day’s first move making Brian Hartline permanent WR coach at Ohio State




Brian Hartline with Browns in 2015 By Erik Drost - Cleveland Browns New Uniform Unveiling, CC BY 2.0, https


Former Buckeye and 7-year NFL veteran has been a part of six Ohio State teams and six Big Ten titles


COLUMBUS, Ohio – Brian Hartline, who coached a receiver unit this season whose cumulative statistical numbers alone would be school single season records for receptions, yards and touchdowns, has been elevated to permanent wide receiver’s coach by Ohio State coach Ryan Day after serving in an interim capacity this season.


Hartline just completed his second season with the Buckeyes. He was a quality control coach for the team throughout 2017 and then was named interim receivers coach in July of this year. Hartline is a 2009 Ohio State University graduate who spent seven seasons in the National Football League with six years as a Miami Dolphin and his final season with the Cleveland Browns.


“Brian is a terrific young coach and mentor to our players and I am thrilled he is on our staff permanently now,” Day, who takes over as Ohio State head coach Jan. 2, said. “Brian was displaying outstanding leadership qualities when he was a quality control coach, and his efforts coaching the wide receivers this season are a huge reason we are Big Ten champions and headed to the Rose Bowl.”


Led by three fifth-year senior co-captains, Parris Campbell, Johnnie Dixon and Terry McLaurin, and including fourth-year junior K.J. Hill, Ohio State’s receiver unit caught 291 passes this season for 4,211 yards and 43 touchdowns … totals that alone break the school single season marks of 287 receptions (set in 2017), 3,707 yards (2014) and 42 touchdowns (2014).


This year’s wide receiver room also became the first in school history to have four players with at least 1,000 career receiving yards. Entering the Rose Bowl, Campbell has 1,697 career receiving yards, Hill has 1,642, McLaurin has 1,219 and Dixon has 1,119.


Hartline joined the Ohio State staff in early 2017 after a terrific playing career in the NFL with the Dolphins between 2009-14 and Browns (2015). He played in 104 games with 73 starts, and had 344 career receptions for 4,766 yards and 14 touchdowns. His best seasons came in 2012 and 2013, when he combined to catch 150 passes for 2,099 yards for the Dolphins. He caught 30 or more passes in each of his seven NFL seasons.


Among former Buckeye receivers who played in the NFL, Hartline ranks high statistically when comparing them: he is fifth among NFL Buckeyes in yards, per catch average (13.9) and games started; sixth in games played and receptions; and seventh in touchdowns.


Hartline played for the Scarlet and Gray from 2005 through 2008 and was a part of four Big Ten championship teams – meaning he’s been with six Ohio State teams and has won six Big Ten titles. He also played an integral role in Ohio State reaching consecutive BCS National Championship games in 2006 and 2007.  In 2007, he caught a career-best 52 passes for 694 yards and six touchdowns. Hartline’s career numbers include 90 catches, 1,429 yards and 12 touchdowns.


Hartline graduated from Ohio State in spring 2009 with his degree in communications. He and his wife, Kara, have a young son, Brayden.




#10 Ohio State 36 Nebraska 31: Buckeyes post-game notes and safety Brendon White interview


Brendon White, Ohio State safety was one of the defensive stars with 13 tackles. He is the son of former OSU and NFL safety William White ( photo)


Brendon White Ohio State safety subbed for ejected Jordan Fuller 11 3 2018


Ohio State Football Postgame Notes

  • With 18 completions Saturday, Dwayne Haskins broke J.T. Barrett’s Ohio State single-season completion record and now has 242 on the year. Barrett previously held the record with 240 in 2017.
  • The Buckeyes rushed for 233 yards against the Huskers, marking the second-most in a game this season and the most since the opener against Oregon State.
  • Johnnie Dixon’s 42-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter marked his fifth touchdown catch of the year.
  • Dixon tied his career high with five catches. He previously caught five passes against Indiana earlier this season.
  • J.K. Dobbins’ 10-yard touchdown run in the first quarter was his team-high fifth of the year before he tacked on his sixth of 2018 with a three-yard run in the third quarter and seventh with a 42-yard scamper in the fourth quarter. The game marked the first multi-touchdown game of the year for Dobbins and second of his career after scoring twice against Army in 2017.
  • The game marked the second time this season a Buckeye ran for three scores. Mike Weber scored three times earlier this season against Oregon State.
  • The blocked punt in the first quarter was the second of the year for the Buckeyes and marked Ohio State’s first recorded safety since the UNLV game in 2017.
  • Dobbins surpassed 2,000 career yards in the game. Along with Weber, they are the first running back duo on the same team in school history with 2,000 career rushing yards.
  • Parris Campbell’s nine-yard touchdown catch in the third quarter tied him with Terry McLaurin for the team lead with eight touchdown receptions.
  • Malik Harrison and Brendon White each set a career high with 13 tackles. White’s two tackles for loss were a career best.



Ohio State Men’s Soccer loses to #3 Kentucky



Oct. 16, 2018




Follow the Buckeyes on FacebookTwitter and InstagramBox ScoreSeason Stats

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State men’s soccer team fell, 3-0, against No. 3 Kentucky Tuesday night at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. With the loss, the Buckeyes fall to 1-11-2 overall, while the Wildcats improve to 11-1-1 in 2018.


Kentucky scored the first goal of the match in the 12th minute when Sam Stockton slotted a through ball from the top of the box to the foot of Kalil Elmedkhark who finished with a goal into the lower right corner from six yards out. The Wildcats scored their second goal less than five minutes later when Jason Reyes drilled a shot from 23 yards out into the upper right 90 for the 2-0 lead.


Ohio State had two great chances to cut the deficit in half in the 35th minute but couldn’t find a goal. Etling’s header to the far post was stopped by goalkeeper Enrique Facusse at 34:11. A loose ball then found the foot of CC Uche, but his shot was halted on the goal line by a UK defender and Facusse jumped on it to end the opportunity at 34:15.


The Buckeyes were forced to play with 10 men after Jack Holland picked up a red card in the 49th minute. Just moments later, JJ Williams made it a 3-0 contest off a UK counter when he knocked a left-footed strike inside the far post and from 18 yards out at 50:40.

Kentucky 15, Ohio State 8

CORNERS: Kentucky 4, Ohio State 5

SAVES: Kentucky 4, Ohio State 5

FOULS: Kentucky 9, Ohio State 10


Ohio State travels to College Park, Md., to play Maryland at 7 p.m. Friday at Ludwig Field.




Nick Bosa thinking of future, to concentrate on rehabbing injuries, NFL; to withdraw from Ohio State




Nick Bosa

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State football program will no longer realize the talents on the football field of All-American defensive end Nick Bosa, who decided this week he intends to withdraw from school in order to devote more time to his rehabilitation and training efforts. Bosa, a true junior from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., was considered by many as the top player in college football this year before he sustained a core muscle injury against TCU. He had surgery Sept. 20 and no timetable was set for his return.


“I was hopeful that Nick would be able to return to play again for us,” Ohio State coach Urban Meyer said. “I know this was an extremely difficult and emotional decision for Nick and his family, and I wish him well as he moves on to get himself 100 percent healthy and ready for his next chapter. I want to thank Nick for the remarkable efforts he gave for this program. He is a first-class young man who we have been honored to coach.”


Bosa was dominant in his three starts this season for the Buckeyes. His 6.0 tackles-for-loss, totaling 43 yards, ranked 10th nationally at the time and were accumulated in only about three halves of football. His four quarterback sacks – third-most nationally through Week 3 – included a strip sack of TCU quarterback Shawn Robinson that resulted in a fumble and an Ohio State touchdown in the hard-fought win. He also had recovered two fumbles, one for a touchdown against Oregon State.


Bosa had tied his career high in tackles – five – twice in the first three games of the season and was leading the team in tackles with 14 at the time of his injury.


From St. Thomas Aquinas High School, the 6-4, 263-pound Bosa played in 30 games during his Ohio State career. His statistics were remarkably similar to his brother Joey’s stats through 30 games:


§  Joey had 34.5 tackles for loss and Nick had 29.0;

§  Joey had 21.0 quarterback sacks and Nick had 17.5; and

§  Joey had two fumble recoveries and two touchdowns and Nick had two and one, respectively.


Each brother was named a first-team All-American and a Big Ten Conference Smith-Brown Defensive Lineman of the Year. Joey earned that honor twice in addition to being named the Big Ten’s defensive player of the year. He was the No. 3 overall selection in the 2016 NFL Draft (Los Angeles Chargers).


The Bosa brothers played in 71 Ohio State games between 2013 and 2018. Ohio State was 63-8 in those 71 games and 40-3 against teams from the Big Ten.




OSU QB Dewayne Haskins named Big 10 Co-Offensive Player of the Week



Dwayne Haskins Named B1G Co-Offensive Player of the Week

Threw for 304 yards and five TDs in two quarters last Saturday


Dewayne Haskins addressing media after Tulane game (photo by Stuart Mason)

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Quarterback Dwayne Haskins has been named the Big Ten’s co-Offensive Player of the Week, the conference office announced. It’s Haskins second such honor in the last four weeks.


Haskins played just one half last Saturday against Tulane but still managed to put up big numbers. He completed 21 of 24 passes for 304 and had five TD passes, which ties his career high set three weeks earlier against Oregon State, as the Buckeyes rolled to a 49-6 win. His 87.5 completion percentage was the third-best in single-game program history. His five TD passes went to four different receivers.


Through the first four games, Haskins is completing 75.7 percent of his passes (87 of 115), which ranks No. 2 nationally. His 16 touchdown passes – the second most in Big Ten history to start a season – also ranks second. He’s already thrown for 300 yards or more yards on three occasions and his 1,194 yards in best in the Big Ten and No. 10 nationally. Haskins is the first quarterback in Big Ten history to toss five touchdown passes twice in the first four games of the season.


What’s even more impressive about Haskins’ numbers is that he’s played just one full game out of the four this season – vs. TCU on Sept. 15. He played three quarters in the opener vs. Oregon State and one half and one series against Rutgers the following week. Haskins is 68 of 90 (75.5 percent) for 831 yards, 11 touchdowns and zero interceptions in the first half of games this season.


Ohio State (4-0), ranked No. 4 in both the Associated Press and Amway Coaches Poll, next faces No. 9 Penn State (4-0) in a critical Big Ten East Division showdown on ABC’s Saturday Night Football. Kick-off is slated for 7:40 p.m. inside Beaver Stadium.






 Page 4 of 316  « First  ... « 2  3  4  5  6 » ...  Last »