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WR Ted Ginn Jr. signs free-agent deal with Carolina

Ted Ginn Jr. while with Miami Dolphins (photo by Ed Yourdon via wikipedia commons)

Ted Ginn Jr. has left the Super Bowl runner-up San Francisco 49ers to play for the Carolina Panthers.

The former Ohio State Buckeyes star signed a one-year contract.

Ginn is with his third NFL team in six years. The wide receiver, kick returner and punt return specialist has played with Miami and now, Carolina.

In 75 NFL games, Ginn has 159 receptions for 2,047 yards and 6 touchdowns, 3 kickoff returns for TD’s and 3 punt returns for a TD.

 

Ohio State assistant Hazell hired as head coach at Kent State

Ohio State assistant head coach Darrell Hazell made history on Monday while being named as the school’s new head football coach. He has become the first black head football coach in the school’s 90-year history as a program.

Hazell becomes Kent State’s 20th football coach. He replaces Doug Martin, who resigned last month with one game remaining in a 5-7 season. Martin had a seven year record of 29-53.

Hazell’s job is to beat the Golden Flashes arch-rival Akron and turn the program into a consistent winner in the Mid-American Conference.

Darrell Hazell (courtesy of Ohio State athletics)

(courtesy of Kent State athletics via Wikipedia Commons)

Hazell was one of four candidates interviewed on campus. The others included: Kent State defensive coordinator Pete Rekstis and wide receivers coaches Curt Cignetti of Alabama and Bobby Kennedy of Texas, respectively.

Hazell’s final game with the Ohio State Buckeyes will be the Sugar Bowl contest against Arkansas on January 4. He will however, spend some time at Kent State talking to his players, evaluating what assistants will be kept, who to hire as assistants and of course recruit. He’ll rejoin the Buckeyes after Christmas.

Hazell, who is 46, has 25 years of college coaching experience, with the past seven being at Ohio State. As the Ohio State wide receivers coach, he was beneficial in the development of Ted Ginn, Jr. Brian Robiske, Brian Hartline, Anthony Gonzalez and Santonio Holmes.

Hazell was a top-notch football player in his own right, just not on the Division I level. He was an All-America wide receiver receiver as a senior at Division III Muskingum University in Ohio in 1986 and became running backs coach at Oberlin College in 1987. He also been an assistant at Eastern Illinois, Pennsylvania, Western Michigan, Army, West Virginia and spent three years at Rutgers and then joined Tressel’s staff in 2004.

compiled from staff, Ohio State & Kent State athletics

Number 2 Ohio State blasts Eastern Michigan, 73-20; remains at 2nd in country

Ohio State kicks off to Eastern Michigan (photo by WAXXTV.com)

Terrelle Pryor directs the offense (photo by WAXXTV.com)

Even before the game was ever played on Saturday, Everybody in Columbus, Ohio and across the nation knew that Ohio State was going to beat Eastern Michigan University of the Mid-American Conference by a whopping score. But 73-20! Nobody could’ve come up with that score even if they were playing the college football version of PLAY STATION!

Saturday’s game was a record-breaking and record-tying affair.

Dane Sanzenbacher tied two school records by catching four touchdown passes from Terrelle Pryor. Pryor also ran for a score and caught a touchdown pass in the Buckeyes lopsided win over Eastern Michigan.

The only game where Ohio State has scored more points and that was in 1950 when they humiliated Iowa 83-21.

The 2nd-ranked Buckeyes, now 4-0, played to perfection on Saturday, scoring on their first six possessions of the football against Eastern Michigan who came into the game a whopping 44 1/2-point underdogs. With Saturday’s loss, EMU traveled 3 1/2 hours back to Ypsilanti, Michigan with their 16th loss in a row and wondering if they’ll ever win again.

Dane Sanzenbacher scores one of his 4 TD's against EMU (photo byWAXXTV.com)

DeVier Posey runs over tacklers (photo by WAXXTV.com)

Pryor, throwing the ball like everybody was expecting when he arrived at Ohio State, completed 20 of 26 passes for 224 yards and four touchdowns. He ran seven times for 104 yards and a touchdown and also caught a 20-yard scoring pass in the third quarter from Jordan Hall, his high school teammate from Jeannette, Pennsylvania. Pryor delighted the crowd with a scoring run of 53 yards.

Pryor found Dane Sanzenbacher for scoring plays covering 31, 9, 7 and 18 yards. The senior wide receiver from Toledo, Ohio had nine receptions for 108 yards.

GAME NOTES

* The previous times a Buckeye scored a touchdown 3 different ways in a game.

1948 at Illinois: Gerald Krall

-10 yard reception from Pandel Savic

-9 yard pass to Alex Verdova

-5 yard run

1950 vs. Iowa: Vic Janowicz

-11 yard run

-61 yard punt return

-passed for 4 touchdowns of 12, 40, 26, 44 yards

1984 vs. Iowa: Keith Byars

-50 yard run

-14 yard reception from Mike Tomczak

-35 yard pass to Mike Lanese

-7 yard run

2004 vs. Michigan State: Ted Ginn Jr.

-17 yard reverse

-60 yard punt return

-58 yard reception from Troy Smith


Ted Ginn, Jr. goes from the AFC to the NFC

compiled from staff and wire reports

Ted Ginn, Jr. knows that his new coach Mike Singletary wanted him eventhough he hasn’t played a game for the San Francisco 49ers.

Mike Singletary called Ginn on Friday to personally welcome him to the 49ers family,

The former number 1 pick of the Miami Dolphins is heading to the Bay Area to help fill one of the 49ers biggest offseason needs in the process, and giving Ginn a fresh start in his career in the NFC West.

Ted Ginn, Jr. (nfl)

Ginn, a receiver and quality return man, was traded to San Francisco on Friday for a fifth-round pick–the 145th overall selection. Miami had Ginn on the trading block before they aquired Pro Bowl receiver Brandon Marshall on Wednesday from the Denver Broncos.

Dolphins fans began booing Ginn the day he was drafted and never stopped. Taken with the ninth overall pick in 2007, he made only five touchdown catches in three seasons while averaging 13.0 yards per reception.

Ginn was more succesful on special teams, scoring on kickoff returns of 100 and 101 yards in the same quarter of a game against the New York Jets last season. He became the first player with two kickoff returns of at least 100 yards in the same game.

The 49ers hope Ginn can fulfill the potential he showed at Ohio State, where he tied an NCAA record with 8 touchdown returns.

Ginn drew criticism for running poor routes and shying away from contact. Last season he lost his job as a starting receiver and caught 38 receptions for 454  yards and one TD.

Brandon Marshall gets his wish; traded out of Denver

compiled from staff and wire reports

Brandon Marshall (nfl)

The Denver Broncos traded wide receiver Brandon Marshall to the Miami Dolphins for a second-round pick in next week’s draft and a second=rounder in 2011.

Marshall has been waiting to get out of Denver for years and got his wish when the Broncos pulled off their second blockbuster deal in as many seasons under coach Josh McDaniels.

Marshall’s four-year stint in Denver was filled with exciting, acrobatic and athletic plays but also plenty of frustrating moments.

He posted his third consecutive 100-catch season last year and made his second straight trip to the Pro Bowl despite several run-ins with Josh Mcdaniels both on and off the field.

Despite it all, Marshall caught 101 passes in 2009 last season, including an NFL-record 21 in a loss at Indianapolis, for 1,120 yards. His 10 touchdowns were a career best.

Bill Parcells, who is the Personnel Director with Miami has always had a knack of acquiring talented-but-troubled wide receivers over the years in Terry Glenn, Keyshawn Johnson and Terrell Owens.

Marshall, has 327 career catches for 4,019 yards and 25 touchdowns in four seasons, represents the biggest trade acquisition by the Dolphins since running back Ricky Williams went to Miami in 2002 for four draft picks, including two first-rounders.

Miami has been desperate for a deep threat at receiver to loosen up defenses for their potentially potent ground game and young strong-armed quarterback Chad Henne.

Their wide receiver corps of Ted Ginn,Jr., Brian Hartline, Davone Bess and Greg Camarillo combined for only six touchdown catches in 2009.