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Torrence’s pick-6 propels Buckeyes past PSU, 38-14

Associated Press

Devon Torrence #1 of the Ohio State Buckeyes intercepts a pass in the third quarter against the Penn State Nittany Lions at Ohio Stadium on November 13, 2010 in Columbus, Ohio. Torrence returned the interception 34-yards for a touchdown in the Buckeyes' 38-14 win over the Nittany Lions.

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — As [...]

Buckeyes have 4 picks in beating Miami

Associated Press

Ohio State defensive lineman Cameron Heyward returns an interception against the Miami in the third quarter of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Sept. 11, 2010, in Columbus, Ohio.

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — Miami quarterback Jacory Harris and the 12th-ranked Hurricanes came into their showdown with No. 2 Ohio State confident and comfortable.

Four [...]

Miami and Notre Dame to renew rivalry

Associated Press

CORAL GABLES, Fla.—Miami and Notre Dame have agreed to renew a football rivalry that during the 1980s helped define each program and decide several national championships.

The Hurricanes and Fighting Irish will play Oct. 6, 2012, at Soldier Field in Chicago, then play a home-and-home starting in 2016 at South Bend, Ind. They [...]

WR Duron Carter leaves Ohio State

Associated Press

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COLUMBUS, Ohio—Receiver Duron Carter has left Ohio State and enrolled at a community college in Kansas.

Carter is the son of former Ohio State and NFL star Cris Carter. He has had academic problems and was declared ineligible for the Rose Bowl when semester grades were released in December. Coach Jim Tressel announced his [...]

Ohio State recruit shot

Associated Press

Ohio State recruit’s condition upgraded after shooting

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio—An Ohio State football recruit was shot and wounded twice in two months, and authorities believe the cases are unrelated.

Jamel Turner, 18, was left in critical condition by a shooting early Saturday in Youngstown. A 17-year-old girl was killed in the shooting.

Police Capt. Rod [...]

Big Ten must tackle divisions, scheduling

Associated Press

When conference officials and member athletic directors meet in late July or early August, they'll face a thicket of questions in a brave, new world for the Big Ten.

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Big Ten had neatly drawn up its football schedules for the next three seasons before Nebraska joined the conference.

Now [...]

Missouri officials scramble to save Big 12

Associated Press

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COLUMBIA, Mo.—Missouri curators met behind closed doors Sunday night for the fourth time in as many days as the school turns its attention to saving the Big 12 Conference after its apparent bid to join the Big Ten failed.

The meeting followed two days of discussions in Columbia amid a shifting landscape that saw [...]

Nebraska joins Big Ten

Associated Press

The Big Ten’s board of presidents and chancellors unanimously welcomed Nebraska to the club on Friday afternoon, a little more than an hour after the school announced it had applied for membership. The move takes effect July 1, 2011.

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LINCOLN, Neb. —Paterno vs. Pelini. Huskers vs. Hawkeyes. Trips to Columbus, Ohio, instead [...]

Texas in Big Ten addition talks

Associated Press

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COLUMBUS, Ohio—An e-mail sent by the president of Ohio State to the Big Ten’s commissioner hints that the conference is pursuing Texas as part of its expansion plans.

Big Ten expansion may include Texas

Ohio State president Gordon Gee told Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany in an April 20 e-mail that Gee had spoken [...]

Buckeyes athletics make money in fiscal year

Associated Press

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — After losing $148,000 a year ago, Ohio State’s athletic department will bank $23,400 for the 2009-2010 fiscal year, according to numbers disclosed to The Associated Press on Thursday by athletic director Gene Smith.

Smith said the surplus came because of cost hold-downs and revenue increases in concessions and royalties.

“We had a [...]