The National Championship rings for the Ohio State men’s football team have arrived, and they are fire. Check out the picture of the ring which was tweeted out by the captain of that squad, Jeff Heuerman.
March Madness is a phenomenal time anywhere in the world, but particularly in Las Vegas, where droves of hungry fans are throwing down serious cash on every game.
Ohio State freshman D’Angelo Russell is the type of player than can single-handedly carry the Buckeyes deep into the tourney and while a matchup with Arizona will be a tall task, he’s definitely getting his money’s worth in their opening game.
Sports officials have an extremely difficult job and while we can semi-sympathize with the difficulty and pressures of the profession, that smidgen of sympathy is eliminated when they pull crap like this.
I don’t think Cupid could have drawn this one up any better. Check out Denzel Washington of Michigan State nailing a game-winning three with under two seconds left in the game to lead the Spartans to a 59-56 win over Ohio State. [The Big Lead]
Cardale Jones is staying in school. Maybe he was going to go to the NFL, but then maybe he read a Tweet from Donovan McNabb, and then maybe he changed his mind. McNabb did offer Jones some pretty priceless advice.
Cardale Jones has only started three games for Ohio State, but most thought he would make the jump to the NFL. He just won a National Championship, it’s a weak quarterback class, Ohio State is currently littered with quality quarterbacks, and the dude isn’t known to be the biggest fan of going to school.
Two years ago, an unknown Ohio State football player named Cardale Jones sent out a pretty dumb Tweet.
Usually, wagers involving tattoos are usually reserved for who loses a bet but Urban Meyer will now have to get a tattoo because of Ohio State’s victory over Oregon in the College Football Playoff National Championship Game. Meyer had reportedly promised to get a tattoo if the team won the National Championship after the Buckeyes
The Internet had so much fun with Jameis Winston’s self-inflicted fumble against Oregon in the Rose Bowl that Cardale Jones apparently decided that he would provide us with another hilarious gaff of his own during the second half of the College Football Championship.
Ohio State got off to a pretty strong start against Oregon during Monday’s College Football Championship, but the same can’t be said for one of their cheerleaders.
Ohio State running back Jalin Marshall made this sick catch during the first quarter of Monday’s inaugural College Football Championship.