Urban Meyer

Ohio State lost out on a highly-rated defensive back to Florida State, otherwise a recruiting class that came into Tuesday's signing day figuring to be one of the best in the country ended it as just that.

Mike Foley

Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer met with the media this week to reflect on the 2015 season and the departure of so many players for the NFL. 

Ohio State University

A court date has been set for Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett following his citation for operating a vehicle under the influence.

Columbus and Ohio State University police used tear gas to break up a crowd of thousands of people along North High Street in the OSU campus area early this morning after the football Buckeyes beat Oregon 42-20 to win the national championship.

cbssports.com

The College Football Playoff says it will help pay for the parents and guardians of Ohio State and Oregon players to travel to Monday's national championship game in suburban Dallas. 

Associated Press

Alabama, Oregon, Florida State and Ohio State have been selected to play in the first College Football Playoff.  

Big Ten Reprimands Football Buckeyes

Dec 3, 2013

The Big Ten conference has publicly reprimanded Ohio State offensive lineman Marcus Hall and the football coaching staff for their actions in the wake of a fight during Saturday's game at Michigan.

Meyer Says Miller Is Day-To-Day

Sep 10, 2013

Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer says quarterback Braxton Miller, who has a sprained left knee, is listed as day-to-day and has yet to be cleared to play when the Buckeyes visit California on Saturday.

Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer says he will make a decision about running back Carlos Hyde once he evaluates the facts surrounding the case.

Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer disciplined four members of his team yesterday for separate incidents. Meyer suspended top rusher Carlos Hyde pending the outcome of an alleged assault.

Florida football coach Will Muschamp says Ohio State University reported the Gators for possible NCAA violations.