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‘The Dwayne Event!’ Ohio State’s Dwayne Haskins makes back cover of New York Post
CLEVELAND — The New York Giants passed on the quarterbacks in the 2018 NFL Draft, but this year, they are among the suitors for the top signal-callers in the 2019 class, namely Ohio State Buckeyes alum Dwayne Haskins.
Ohio State Buckeyes vs. Iowa State Cyclones Prediction: NCAA Tournament First Round Preview
Two of college basketball's premiere conferences will go head-to-head in the NCAA Tournament when the Big Ten's Ohio State and Big 12's Iowa State face off in the first round on Friday. While both teams haven't been strangers to the Big Dance it's been a few years since either has made a deep run. T
NCAA WRESTLING: Championships bring Ohio State's Pletcher home
Chris Easterling IndeOnline.com Sports Editor @ceasterlingINDE — PITTSBURGH Luke Pletcher went against his own routine on Thursday. "Right before I was about to wrestle, some guys yelled down from the stands or something like that and he had a kid with him," the Ohio State redshirt junior said after
Ohio State men's basketball | Luther Muhammad feels poised for breakout game
TULSA, Okla. — He didn’t recite the numbers, and he didn’t need to. Slice it any way you want to, and Ohio State’s Luther Muhammad has been mired in a scoring slump that has now lasted more than one-third of the season.
Report: Giants meet with Nick Bosa at Ohio State Pro Day
Dwayne Haskins stole the show at the Ohio State Pro Day on Wednesday, but he is unlikely to be the first Buckeyes player selected in the 2019 NFL Draft. Nick Bosa is widely viewed as one of the top prospects in the entire class, and while the New York Giants made it clear they were very interested i
Rob Oller | Ohio State's fate hangs on Kaleb Wesson's fouls
TULSA, Okla. — Will Rogers, the folksy humorist of the early 20th century, was born in Cherokee Nation, just up the road from the BOK Center, where Ohio State will play Iowa State on Friday night in the NCAA Tournament.
Ohio Senate passes transportation budget bill that slashes gas tax increase
The bill passed by the Senate Thursday evening contains a 6-cent gas tax increase on both gasoline and diesel. This is down from the 10.7-cent increase the House placed on gasoline and a 20-cent for diesel fuel.
Ohio State defeats University of Hawaii baseball team
Ohio State held off Hawaii, 6-4, today in a baseball game that ended in controversy at Bill Davis Stadium in Columbus, Ohio. Trailing 6-3, the Rainbow Warriors placed runners on second and third with two outs in ninth. Daylen Calicdan then singled to center, with Maaki Yamakazi and Tyler Best crossi
'Start Here': Ohio crowd quiet as Trump attacks McCain again, and New Zealand announces new gun laws
It's Thursday, March 21, 2019. Let's start here. President Donald Trump attacked John McCain again on Wednesday, telling a pro-military crowd in Lima, Ohio, that he "was not a fan" of the late senator.
WKU Erases Double-Digit Deficit, Defeats Miami (Ohio) In WNIT First Round
OXFORD, Ohio (WBKO) --- Dee Givens exploded for 13 of her 20 points in the third quarter as WKU outscored Miami (Ohio) by 12 points in the frame, overcoming an 11-point deficit inside Millett Hall on Thursday evening to advance to the second round of the 2019 Women’s National Invitation Tournament (
Trump to Ohio tank makers: 'You better love me, I kept this place open'
President Trump got right to it Wednesday as he rallied with tank makers in western Ohio, saying he deserved their plaudits as he works to lock down 2020 support and grapples with the closure of a car factory across the state.
Dog, Potbellied Pig Adopted Together After Owner Abandoned Them Outside Ohio Shelter
A golden retriever and a potbellied pig abandoned outside an Ohio shelter are homeward bound after their viral story inspired a flood of potential new owners. The dog and her swine companion were left outside the Tuscarawas County Humane Society in New Philadelphia, Ohio, last week, according to sur
After Trump’s visit, NPR butchered the pronunciation of Lima, Ohio, and boy did Ohioans let them hear about it
COLUMBUS, Ohio — We’re not mispronouncing Lima, Ohioans insisted to NPR on Wednesday, you are. In a news segment recounting President Donald Trump’s visit to a tank plant in Lima, Ohio, National Public Radio repeatedly referred to the city as “LEE-ma.” As in the capital city of Peru, after which Lim
Miami Hurricanes QB Tate Martell eligible because Ohio St didn’t want him
Miami Hurricanes quarterback Tate Martell was reportedly granted 2019 eligibility because Ohio State did not oppose his transfer. There was a lot of speculation about whether or not Tate Martell would be ruled eligible to play for the Miami Hurricanes in 2019 following his transfer from Ohio State i
Leadership drives Xenia’s Curtis to Ohio’s Mr. Basketball award
XENIA — Ever since a tornado ripped through the town of Xenia, residents often have uttered the saying "Xenia Lives," in recognition of its ongoing progress since that dreadful day on April 3, 1974.
First central Ohio medical marijuana dispensary opens Tuesday
Medical marijuana is days away from being sold in Columbus. Terrasana Cannabis Company, the first of central Ohio’s five medical marijuana dispensaries, opens 10 a.m. Tuesday at 656 Grandview Ave.
Ohio man accused of driving runaway teen to Florida, engaging in sex acts
PINELLAS PARK, FL - An Ohio man has been arrested in Florida after police say he drove there with a runaway teen and took part in sex acts with her. The suspect, Raymond Curtis, was caught at a hotel with the teen, who authorities say is a 15-year-old girl.
Report Says Ohio Businesses Plan To Add Jobs Despite Concerns Over The State's Economic Future
A new report from the Ohio Chamber of Commerce says businesses it surveyed in the Buckeye State plan to hire employees despite the uncertainty of economic stability. The Executive Director of the Ohio Chamber of Commerce’s Research Foundation, Justin Barnes, says 400 business leaders were surveyed.
Ohio Man Bitten By Deadly Brown Recluse Spider At Motel 6
A Columbus Ohio man is suing the motel and its hard to blame him. In a suit filed March 19 in Lorain County Common Pleas Court, Craig M. Allen claims he was bitten by the deadly spider while staying at Motel 6, 704 N. Leavitt Road, on Aug. 17 and suffered “a necrotic wound and subsequent cellulitis.
There’s a dark secret in Ohio
From March Madness to Facebook's password slip, here's Thursday's top news. There's a chance you watched college basketball today, everyone is Googling 'Florida man' and I'm stocking up on lottery tickets. It's Ashley with the most interesting news of the day.