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OSU assistant Johnson heading to Arkansas


Taver Johnson (courtesy of OSU athletics)

Ohio State has lost another long-time member of its football coaching staff in Taver Johnson, who has been hired by the Arkansas Razorbacks to coach their linebackers and be an assistant head coach.

The former Witteberg University star spent five years with Ohio State, which compiled a 50-15 record during his stay and won four Big Ten titles. The Buckeyes finished with a 12-1 record in 2010 and a win in the Sugar Bowl.

Johnson has also spent time with the Oakland Raiders (defensive line coach), five years at Miami of Ohio and a year as the special teams coach with the Cleveland Browns.


Info compiled from Ohio State & University of Arkansas news

INDIANA AT OHIO STATE GAMEWEEK: Hoosiers led by offensive-minded Kevin Wilson


Kevin Wilson (courtesy of IU athletics)

Kevin Wilson is the new head coach at Indiana.

His name probably sounds familiar because he was the long-time offensive coordinator at Oklahoma.

From 2002-2010, Wilson served as offensive line coach and co-offensive coordinator for the Sooners. He also coach the fullbacks and tight ends. Under his guidance, Oklahoma played in seven Big 12 Title games in his nine years, going 6-1. His offensive machines were vital to accumulating an overall record of 99-24 (.805) during his time in Norman, Oklahoma, including seven 10-win seasons.

One of the most prolific and innovative offensive minds in college football, Wilson was named Indiana University’s 28th head football coach on December 7, 2010.

Wilson has also coached at North Carolina, Winston Salem State, North Carolina A & T, Foard High School in North Carolina, Miami of Ohio and Northwestern.


Miami (O.) hangs tough but loses at #21 Missouri


(courtesy of Miami athletics)

The Miami RedHawks traveled to Columbia, Missouri, to play the #21 Tigers and stayed toe-to-toe until the fourth quarter.

Miami pulled to within 10-6 on Erik Finklea’s 10-yard run late in the third quarter.

But Marcus Lucas caught a 10-yard TD pass on the first play of the fourth quarter to answer the Miami touchdown.

James Franklin also ran for a Missouri TD.

The game marked the head coaching debut of Don Treadwell at Miami of Ohio.

Info courtesy of Miami of Ohio athletics

Soft non-conference schedule dooms UC in loss to Villanova

Rashad Bishop (photo by BH photography courtesy of UC athletics)

Much has been made of the University of Cincinnati’s schedule this season en route to their 15-0 record. They did play Oklahoma, Dayton, Miami of Ohio, Xavier and Wright State, their area rivals and all of the games were blowouts with the exception of Wright State.

The Bearcats were winning games by a margin of 20.7 points, which leads the Big East Conference.

But all of that went by the wayside in their first loss of the season to Villanova, 72-61. But then, no one expected Cincinnati to go through the Big East undefeated.

UC fell behind by 16 at halftime, 21 early in the second half and the game was done.

UC is now 15-1, 2-1 in the conference. Villanova ups its record to 14-1, 3-0.

Corey Fisher scored 21 points for the Wildcats who have won nine in a row.

Rashad Bishop led the Bearcats with 14 points.

compiled from Cincinnati athletics news

#3 Kansas continues home winning streak to 67 against Miami (O.)

The Kansas Jayhawks continue to be tough at home as the beat Miami of Ohio, 83-56.

Kansas is at 13-0 extended the nation’s longest home-court winning streak to 67 games.

Orlando Williams (courtesy of Miami athletics)

Markieff Morris scored 20 points and twin brother Marcus chipped in with 18 for the Jayhawks. Freshman Josh Selby had 18 points.

Miami of Ohio (5-9) was led by Orlando Williams and Allen Roberts who scored 11 and 10 points respectively.

Miami has the distinction of losing to #1 Duke, #2 Ohio State and now to #3 Kansas.

compiled from staff, Kansas & Miami athletics news

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