Ohio State is exploring the world like never before as the school’s national cachet broadens under coach Urban Meyer.
On Wednesday, Ohio State will sign a second straight class with more out-of-state prospects than Ohioans for the first time in program history. In all, after signing 14 non-Ohio natives in a 24-member class last year, 13 of its 22 commits this year hail from beyond state lines. READ MORE.
Chase Winovich doesn’t remember much about August of 2004, when his older brother left home to play football at Bowling Green State University. All he remembers was the sadness.
“I was so young, but it was a pretty emotional time in my life,” Winovich said. “All I could think was, ‘I’m losing my hero!’ I was six or seven years old at the time, but he was the guy I looked up to, my role model. That’s all I knew, that he was leaving.” READ MORE.
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