Ohio State will be busy this weekend as it welcomes some top recruits for official visits.The Buckeyes will welcome in the likes of Vonn Bell, Ryan Timmons, Cornelius Elder, Shelton Gibson, Marcus Baugh, Christopher Worley, Jalin Marshall, Corey Smith and Joey Bosa.
Running back Ezekiel Elliott discusses life as a Buckeye post national championship and provides a tour of Ohio State's facilities.
Ohio State quarterbacks Cardale Jones and JT Barrett discuss their competition to gain the starting spot for the 2015 season.
Ohio State coach Urban Meyer reflects on winning the inaugural College Football Playoff championship and the Buckeyes' wealth of talent at the quarterback position.
Urban Meyer is eager to see how some younger players perform in front of an expected big crowd at The Horseshoe.
With the draft looming, today's #B1GFridayFive takes a look at the best recent draft histories by Big Ten schools.
Jim Harbaugh and members of his staff will travel far and wide as guest coaches at football camps around the country.
Cardale Jones is making the most of his extended reps this spring as J.T. Barrett and Braxton Miller are getting healthier for the Buckeyes.
Highly-recruited offensive tackle Frank Martin II has cut his list of schools to 10 teams, but most insiders believe USC has a substantial lead.
College Football Playoff selection committee member Condoleezza Rice and Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott said they believe that four teams is the right number in the college football payoff.
ESPN Stats & Information has ranked all 64 Power 5 teams' nonconference schedules, and the Big Ten has six teams in the top 20.
The Buckeyes will have only Cardale Jones and reserve Stephen Collier at quarterback when they scrimmage this weekend in the Horseshoe
Outside of the January run up to national signing day, no other time sees more commitments than mid-April through the end of May. We look at big spring decisions and questions.
Former Ohio State player left the Buckeyes to be closer to his family.
Wednesday is a big day in the 2016 recruiting cycle. It's when ESPN Junior 300 QB Jarrett Guarantano announces his decision.
Ohio State coach Urban Meyer signed a contract extension that will pay him an average of $6.5 million and run to the 2020 season.