The national championship-winning quarterback was among several Buckeyes pranked by OSU staffers.

Player who had retained a lawyer to get his unconditional release will sit out one season, then join Cavaliers.

Yes, he's tall. But he's coordinated and smart, too.



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Partnership lets Major League Soccer players earn degrees

Major League Soccer is striking a multiyear deal with Southern New Hampshire University that will provide full scholarships for players and internship opportunities for the school’s current students.

Blackhawks say Anaheim was biggest obstacle to Cup

The Chicago Blackhawks won their third championship in six seasons by beating Tampa Bay in six tight games in the Stanley Cup Final.

Arizona replaces Nevada in inaugural Tony Gwynn Classic

Arizona will replace Nevada in the inaugural Tony Gwynn Classic college baseball tournament in February.

The move helps alleviate a logjam at quarterback, and it will make the Buckeyes' offense more dangerous.

While Melo Trimble is with U.S Pan-Am team, Brantley strives to win teammates' trust during summer workouts.

"I am physically and mentally like a 55-year-old guy." So there.

Bless his soul, the Toronto rapper just can't resist a photo-op.

We've heard there may be some sort of rivalry there.

Bring them to Vegas with you the next time you go.

BASEBALL | After breakout junior season, Paul VI's Jack Cunningham's recruitment picked up.

ACC NOTEBOOK| Transfer Connor Brewer bolsters a position that briefly lost two members in a matter of days.

The football coach is grilled at ACC media days about recent incidents involving his players.

The next step in a productive summer will come Tuesday night, when Team USA opens the Pan American Games against Venezuela.

On page 145, there are three all-capitalized words, two of which are not usually fit for print.

The University of Miami unveiled brand new Adidas football uniforms to a mixed reaction on social media.

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