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OSU SPRING GAME: Miller & Scarlet team beats Gray, 20-14


COLUMBUS, OHIO — The Urban Meyer era was ushered in on a chilly, overcast day at venerable Ohio Stadium as 81,112 faithful fans braved the elements and were entertained with a 20-14 win by the Scarlet over the Gray.

Braxton Miller passed the ball well in the new spread offense

Running back Rod Smith ran 7 yards for the game-winning touchdown with 5:29 to go for the Scarlet team.

Defensive back Christian Bryant sealed the game by picking off Gray quarterback Kenny Guiton with 2:52 to play to thwart a comeback attempt.

Eventhough Braxton Miller said in the postgame that fans and media only witnessed “30 percent of the offense”, the Scarlet rolled up 305 total yards and the Gray 227. 532 yards is not pretty good for only 30 percent. It makes you wonder how good the offense could be with “100 percent” of it in place?

Miller led the Scarlet stats going 24 of 31 with one interception and 258 yards.

Michael Thomas emerged as a wide receiver threat catching 12 balls for 131 yards for the Scarlet. Teammate Chris Fields caught 5 passes for 72 yards.

Kenny Guiton proved that he is capable of backing up Miller

Backup QB Kenny Guiton had a nice game throwing the ball as well for the Gray team. He was 16 of 24 with 185 yards, interception and a touchdown.

His wide receivers were equally as good. Philly Brown caught seven passes for 90 yards and Devin Smith caught a 28-yard TD pass.

The defenses sacked the QB seven times on the quick-whistle to avoid injuries.

Leading tacklers in the game include Adam Griffin with 9 and Orhian Johnson with 7 to lead the Gray. Ryan Shazier with 7 led the Scarlet.

Ryan Shazier turned in a stellar defensive effort




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Cash becomes second Buckeye to leave program since Meyer hiring


Jeremy Cash (photo courtesy of OSU athletics)

Ohio State has lost another young football player to the transfer route.

Reserve safety Jeremy Cash has asked for a release from his scholarship according to a team spokesman.

A freshman from Plantation, Florida, Cash is the second underclassmen to  leave since Urban Meyer was named head coach on November 28.

Redshirt quarterback Taylor Graham left at the end of fall quarter classes and has transferred to the University of Hawaii.

The 6’2 Cash was a high-school teammate of freshman linebacker Ryan Shazier. The two were part of the 2011 recruiting class.

Cash has not announced what school he’ll transfer to.


Info compiled from staff, Radio & TV news

OSU LB Ryan Shazier name Big Ten Freshman of the Week


Ryan Shazier (courtesy OSU athletics)

Ohio State linebacker Ryan Shazier has been selected the Big Ten Conference Freshman of the Week. The conference announced the honor based on Shazier’s personal-best 15-tackle performance Saturday against Penn State.

Shazier (pronounced shay-ZEER) making his first collegiate start, had a game-high seven solo tackles to go along with eight assists. The 15 tackles represents the most by a Buckeye since linebacker Ross Homan accumulated 15 in 2009 against Wisconsin. The last Buckeye to top 15 tackles was linebacker James Laurinaitis, who had 17 in a 2007 game against the Badgers.

Shazier is the second Buckeye to earn freshman of the week accolades this season. Braxton Miller was honored after his big game vs. Wisconsin.

Shazier, a 6’2, 212-pounder from Plantation (Florida) High School, now has 39 tackles on the season, including five tackles for loss, three sacks and two forced fumbles. He also blocked a punt that led to a touchdown in the win over Wisconsin.


Info courtesy of Ohio State athletics


Wisconsin at Ohio State update: OSU takes control in 3rd QTR


Buckeyes defense continue pressure on Russell Wilson (mega)

The Ohio State Buckeyes received the ball first to start the 3rd QTR and good things started to happen.

Daniel Herron on the first play from scrimmage, rumbled 57 yards to the Wisconsin 18 yard line.

From there, Braxton Miller ran right past an over-pursuing defender and walked into the end zone for a 10-7 OSU lead.

The Bucks defense then forced a 3-and-out on the Badgers. Then the punt return team blocked a punt and it was recovered at the Badgers 1.

The block was credited by the Ryan Shazier and recovered by Curtis Grant.

Jordan Hall scored on a 1-yard run to make it 17-7 at the 9:26 mark.

Jordan Hall muffed a punt and the Badgers recovered at the OSU 28.

From there Montee Ball scored on a 1-yard run, his 21st TD of the year which leads the nation. OSU 17 Wisconsin 14.





HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS:Shazier decommits from Gators; commits to Buckeyes

Ryan Shazier (courtesy of Plantation Colonels Football)

Ryan Shazier has had a change of heart.

A few weeks ago he was going to be a Florida Gator.

Then the linebacker from Plantation, Florida  heard along with the rest of the sports world that Gators head coach Urban Meyer was retiring and then he began to wonder there was a better fit for him.

On Friday, he announced that he was going to enroll at Ohio State and start becoming a Buckeye in January.

He becomes the 19th commitment to the 2011 recruiting class, and the second from Plantation. His teammate, Jeremy Cash, a safety, committed back in April.

Shazier is rated a four-star player by and number 8 among outside linebackers by, visited both Ohio State and Louisiana State University.

compiled from staff, radio, TV, & internet news reports