Spring is close to being sprung (we hope), but the COVID-19 pandemic is not, and Ohio State is still being cautious. According to statements made by OSU athletic director Gene Smith, the university is not planning on selling any tickets for the upcoming Spring Game, despite Ohio moving towards allowing state pro teams to begin hosting fans at a 30 percent capacity. It is not known how that affects collegiate sports at this time.
He is the nation’s No. player and the No. outside linebacker, according to the 247sports.com composite rankings.
The oldest basketball photographs lining the walls of St. John Arena might as well be cave drawings, so foreign are they to Ohio State fans unaware of the school’s rich hoops history. Many older fans know of the Buckeyes’ 1960 men’s basketball team that won the school’s first NCAA national championship. But pre-1960?