Greg Schiano joins Ohio State coaching staff

Greg Schiano joins Ohio State coaching staff

Greg Schiano, who led Rutgers University’s football program for 11 seasons and won five consecutive bowl games before coaching two years in the NFL with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, will replace Chris Ash and work alongside Luke Fickell coordinating the Ohio State defense, coach Urban Meyer announced today. Schiano’s hire is pending completion of a background check and approval from the Ohio State University Board of Trustees…

Northwestern accepts invitation to 2016 Outback Bowl

Northwestern accepts invitation to 2016 Outback Bowl

The Northwestern Wildcats have accepted an invitation to the 2016 Outback Bowl in Tampa, Florida. The Wildcats will match up against a to-be-determined opponent from the Southeastern Conference at 11 a.m. CT on Friday, Jan. 1, at Raymond James Stadium, home of the NFL’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers…

NFL Week 3: Get Your Hot, Steamy, 4,275-Word Plate of Football

NFL Week 3: Get Your Hot, Steamy, 4,275-Word Plate of Football

Peyton stands to suffer the most here as he’s never been known for his mobility and is playing with a 37-year old, surgery-riddled body. Now with all that said, it’s not likely we see a major drop off from Peyton; he’s still a master at the quick release and is an expert at identifying blitzes and pressure before the snap…

Alex Rodriguez: just go away

Alex Rodriguez: just go away

Monday morning, two whole weeks since the PED rulings came out and Alex Rodriguez was supposed to be suspended, A-Rod is still the leading story in the sports world. Yes, he trumps a three-team race in the NL Central, the Dodgers’ amazing 50 game stretch and even the NFL preseason…

Negativity Killed the Buffalo

Negativity Killed the Buffalo

Signing onto Twitter whenever there’s a Bills game is something I’ve started dreading; my timeline is filled with fans that think they know everything, who will challenge you on every opinion you have and who have no qualms about putting down the team and the players that they supposedly support…