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What to Make of the Win & Loss in Chicago for the OSUMB’s Chances

(Photo courtesy of The Columbus Dispatch) The Buckeyes Men’s Basketball program began it’s 2019 Big Ten Tournament hopes in a positive light on Thursday in Chicago with a win against the Hoosiers of Indiana – pausing their rally that put... Continue Reading →

OSUMB Raise(s) Concerns with 4th Consecutive Loss: Maryland 75-61

(Photo courtesy of The Diamondback - Univ. of Maryland Student paper) The Terrapins, their depth, and accurate shooting turned out to be more than the Buckeyes could handle on Friday the 18th in Columbus. Anthony Cowan Jr. scored 20 points... Continue Reading →

Buckeyes Men’s Rugby Badger-ized in Big 10 Championship

(photo courtesy Madison.com) The Ohio State University Men’s Rugby team again had a stellar season as they journeyed off to the Big Ten Championship. The season, in truth, did not seem like it would play well. But that notion was... Continue Reading →

Buckeyes Men Basketball serves up another quality road win against Creighton 69-60.

(Photo courtesy arm-chairrecruits) OMAHA, Neb. — In the land of Warren Buffet new faces for a revamped Buckeyes team came marching in town and did what they were supposed to do – win – and did so against a Big... Continue Reading →

Buckeyes WVB Drop to 1-3 in BIG with loss to Maryland

(Photo courtesy http://www.ohiostatebuckeys.com) The Ohio State women’s volleyball team on Saturday, the 29th in Maryland wiped out a 2-0 deficit - but came up a “tad” short against the University of Maryland in five sets (25-22, 25-22, 15-25, 22-25, 17-15).... Continue Reading →

Buckeyes W Volleyball’s streak hits 0-3

Let’s start with last weekend….. The Buckeyes took a hit by dropping two of three in the Flyers Invitational Tournament in Dayton. It was a tough finish to the non-conference schedule for the Ohio State women’s volleyball team – now... Continue Reading →

WNBA’s Liberty Looking to Katie to Advance

The WNBA’s New York Liberty has parted ways with Head Coach Bill Laimbeer who posted a 92-78 record while holding the reins, moving west to the Las Vegas, who for the League’s Aces now holds the position of President of... Continue Reading →

Keita Bates-Diop NBA Bound

Keita Bates-Diop, a.k.a. KBD, forward for the Ohio State University will declare for the NBA Draft – so the rumors are…. This certainly should not be a surprise – considering that KBD had a breakout year in this past season... Continue Reading →

D’Angelo Russell Is Off To Brooklyn

The Los Angeles Lakers made a big splash this past Tuesday. They sent off the ex-Buckeye star, D’Angelo Russell and Timofey Mozgov to the Brooklyn Nets in exchange for Brook Lopez and the No. 27 pick in Thursday's draft. Russell... Continue Reading →

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