Archive for OSU Feature
Feb
28

Bucks Fight The Virus…Win Opener Over Lipscomb

Slow down Nate, it went out…Freshman Nate Karaffa watches his sixth inning home run leave the ballpark, sparking a 5-run inning for the Buckeyes, who got well for a day with an 11-6 win Friday over Lipscomb. Read more in our baseball feature on the Buckeyes.

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Feb
28

Ohio State Does The Expected In Blowout Of Nebraska

The Buckeyes use a complete effort in Lincoln to wipe out Nebraska, win their seventh game out of the last nine, and stoke their seeding prospects for the NCAA tourney. Mark Znidar writes the story for Press Pros.

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Feb
27

Holtmann, Turgeon Continue War Of Words Over Wesson

Nebraska’s up next for Ohio State, but first Chris Holtmann must defend junior center Kaleb Wesson (below) yet again from verbal attacks by Maryland coach Mark Turgeon. Read Mark Znidar in today’s Press Pros.

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Feb
26

What The Buckeyes Need Most In Nashville….

Week three of the college baseball season is upon us…and some thoughts on how the baseball Buckeyes can turn things around against Lipscomb, in Nashville.

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Feb
23

Bucks Beats Odds, And Odds-Makers, Win Over Terps

The Buckeyes defeat the No. 7 team in nation with 10 three-pointers, 13 offensive rebounds, and only 10 turnovers. Muhammad shuts down Cowan and has his best game offensively, and Wesson takes care of Jalen Smith. Mark Znidar writes in today’s Press Pros.

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Feb
23

Buckeyes Swept In Georgia: Come Home To Regroup…

They were outpitched, outhit, and outplayed.  The Buckeyes dropped game 3 of their weekend series with Georgia Tech and come home to do a hasty reboot before Lipscomb.

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Feb
22

Student Vs. Mentor Not That Unusual, Except….

There’s an unusual overtone of reunion with this weekend’s series, as OSU coach Greg Beals tees it up against his former college coach…Georgia Tech’s Danny Hall. Read about it in our latest Buckeye baseball post.

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Feb
22

Hoard: Poor Fielding, Poor Hitting Make Bucks Pay

Sun-struck?…Critical outfield errors by the Buckeyes led to four unearned runs and a disappointing outcome despite another outstanding start from lefthander Seth Lonsway. Read more on their weekend series in Atlanta in today’s Press Pros feature.

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Feb
22

Buckeyes Bog Down In Georgia, But Bullpen A Lift

#19 Georgia Tech can hit and they jumped on Buckeyes starter Garrett Burhenn. But the pre-season question about the bullpen took another step in making a case for itself.

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Feb
22

Hoard: Ohio State Stung by No.19 Georgia Tech

Put it behind, and learn…Garrett Burhenn gave up three home runs in a rare poor start, and the Buckeyes simply could not dig themselves out of an early hole that was just too deep. Read more about the game from Greg Hoard in today’s inside feature.

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Feb
21

Ohio State Doesn’t Have Right Stuff To Take Down Iowa

Buckeyes coach Chris Holtmann was disappointed…that his team wasn’t tough enough, or focused enough, to defeat the Big Ten’s best home team. Mark Znidar writes in today’s Press Pros.

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Feb
19

Buckeye Notes: Snapshot Of The Weekend, And A Bigger Picture To Come…

The Buckeyes take their 2-1 record south again this weekend, to Atlanta, to face #19 Georgia Tech and the challenge for facing one of the nation’s best on their home turf. Here’s what’s coming in our pre-weekend advance.

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Feb
19

Ohio State Staring Down Big Ten Giant In Iowa’s Garza

The Hawkeyes junior center is a Division I national player of the year candidate for filling up the statistics sheets and leading Iowa to 18 victories…so far.  The Buckeyes hope to slow him down in their Thursday matchup. Mark Znidar previews the game in today’s Press Pros.

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Feb
16

Bucks Beat Disaster, ISU…Come Home 2-1

It took four hours and twenty one minutes, with more twists and turns than you can are about, but in the end the Ohio State Buckeyes took Indiana State’s best punch to win 10-6, in ten innings, to come home winners from opening weekend.

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Feb
16

Sunday Notes: Milheim Back, Dingler ‘Throwing’ A Long Shadow

A couple of Buckeyes have debuted with impressive style so far, back healthy, and making their presence seen and felt this weekend.

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Feb
16

Young’s Energy, 17 Points Propel Ohio State Past Purdue

The Buckeyes’ junior forward wows a sold out crowd in The Schott with hustle and rare scoring outbreak, helping his team win for the fifth time in six games. Mark Znidar writes Buckeye basketball in today’s Press Pros feature.

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Feb
16

All Even: Bats Awaken, Lonsway Dominates Pitt

Power Surge…The Buckeyes flipped the script overnight…a twelve strikeout, 1-hit performance by starter Seth Lonsway (below), and the bats came alive in a 4-1 OSU win over Pitt. Read about the game in the latest Press Pros update.

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Feb
15

Opening Weekend…And The ‘Art’ Of Baseball

For a kid who grew up reading Sport Magazine and Sports Illustrated, the start of a baseball season means opportunity to emulate the work of my heroes…the photographers (then and now) who gave us reason to dream. Read our latest post from opening weekend in Port Charlotte, Florida.

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Feb
15

Znidar: Injuries Plague Buckeyes As Much As Inconsistency

They just can’t seem to get healthy!  Seven players in rotation for the Buckeyes have sat out for stretches going into Saturday’s game against Purdue. Mark Znidar tells you story in today’s Press Pros feature.

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Feb
14

Ah, Nuts! Buckeyes Disappointed In Opening Loss

It didn’t go as planned…But St. Joe played well on opening day – pitched well, hit a pair of home runs – while the Buckeyes did not. They fell to the Hawks, 7-3. Read more about it in the latest Press Pros update from Florida.

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