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2017 Schedule
11-2, 1st in Big Ten - East
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8hDan Murphy

B1G Ultimate Road Trip 2017: October

We map out the best way to see as much high-quality Big Ten football as possible in October this season.

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1dDan Murphy

B1G Ultimate Road Trip 2017: September

Former Hoosiers head coach Kevin Wilson's return to indiana as Ohio State's offensive coordinator highlights an exciting first week in the Big Ten.

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Michigan's biggest headache: J.T. Barrett

J.T. Barrett has scored eight touchdowns in his three games against the Wolverines. Jim Harbaugh & Co. will have to figure him out to end their losing streak in the rivalry.

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

Ohio State cornerbacks coach Kerry Coombs has been promoted to an assistant coordinator. Head coach Urban Meyer praised Coombs' loyalty to the Buckeyes when announcing the new position. "He is one of the best recruiters in the nation," Meyer said. "He is incredibly loyal, and we at Ohio State are very fortunate that he loves this school and loves being a Buckeye."

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ESPYS: Vote for Best Play

Noah Brown's catch vs. Oklahoma squares off with Julian Edelman's catch from Super Bowl LI in the first round of voting. Let your voice be heard by casting your vote in our polls, and make sure to tune into the ESPYS on July 12.

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Best Play # 16 - Noah Brown Touchdown Catch (0:32)
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9dTom VanHaaren

These new assistants already tearing up recruiting

Texas has been one of the hottest recruiters this spring and summer. That's thanks to Todd Orlando, among others on the staff. He is just one of several new assistants already making a mark with their new teams.

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11dGerry Hamilton

Ohio State's No. 1 class gets 4th top-25 recruit

The Buckeyes now have 13 ESPN 300 commitments out of 14 total commits in 2018 after two-way lineman Matthew Jones, the No. 20-ranked prospect in the class, picked them over Penn State and several other programs.

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Who is the future coach on each Top 25 team?

Tom VanHaaren believes the son of Ohio State's defensive coordinator is the current Buckeye most likely to don a headset when his playing days come to a close.

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15dMitch Sherman

Dynamic duos: Buckeyes have bookend rushers

Even disregarding the depth at the position, Ohio State's pair of Tyquan Lewis and Sam Hubbard is unmatched around the nation. The Buckeyes' offensive tackle duo isn't too shabby either.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Virginia Tech has added Ohio state wide receiver James Clark as a graduate transfer. Clark enrolled in summer classes today and will play this fall for the Hokies. He had six catches last year and Ohio State and appeared in all 13 games. Clark will compete for playing time alongside Cam Phillips. Virginia Tech lost its top two receivers from last season.

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16dDan Murphy

Biggest offseason questions for the Big Ten East

Can Ohio State throw the ball? Can Michigan run it? We look at the biggest questions that each team will be trying to answer as they get back to work.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Ohio State picked up another running back commit for the 2018 class with Tennessee prospect Master Teague. The 5-foot-11, 196-pound back chose the Buckeyes on Sunday over Auburn, Georgia and Tennessee. Teague joins fellow running backs Jaelen Gill and Brian Snead in this class for Ohio State.

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20dESPN.com

Who's the next Jabrill Peppers?

Ohio State fortunately won't have to face Peppers again, but DE/LB Sam Hubbard could play a similar do-everything role for the Buckeyes this season.

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Class Rankings: Ohio State jumps to No. 1

Ohio State has leapfrogged Miami to the top of the latest class rankings. All 12 of the Buckeyes' 2018 commitments are ranked in the ESPN 300.

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

With Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops deciding to retire on Wednesday, there are only four active FBS head coaches who have won national titles: Alabama's Nick Saban, Ohio State's Urban Meyer, FSU's Jimbo Fisher and Clemson's Dabo Swinney.

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85 days to college football kickoff: Ohio State's Urban Meyer has won 85 percent of his games as a head coach (165-29), the best winning percentage among active FBS coaches. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Coaches from Michigan and Ohio State, as well as five other Big Ten teams, will be in attendance at USC's Rising Stars satellite camp on June 11. The camp boasts over 30 colleges and 10 plus conferences that will be coaching at the event, including the Wolverines, Buckeyes, Wisconsin, Michigan State, Northwestern and Vanderbilt among others.

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