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Honorary Buckeye captain, Jacob Jarvis, continues to live out his dreams

March 11, 2015
Jacob Jarvis, a teen stricken with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, spent the latter half of 2014 as an honorary captain of the National Champion Ohio State Buckeyes, even walking out to the field with the Buckeyes for the coin-toss prior to OSU’s game against Cincinnati. After celebrating the National Championship on the field at AT&T Stadium with the team and watching himself as the subject of an ESPN segment on TV, Jarvis returned home with a renewed sense of self. We visited with Jacob and his family to see just how he has changed following this past season and, as it turns out, a change in Jacob’s attitude has manifested itself… Read more

Buckeyes comeback to beat Boilermakers, 65-61

March 2, 2015
Behind a 28-point performance from freshman guard D’Angelo Russell, Ohio State earned it’s tenth Big Ten victory on Sunday night in Columbus against Purdue, which boasts one more Big Ten victory than the Buckeyes this season. Despite a disastrous first half, OSU bounced back big time in the second half, outscoring Purdue 42-26 in the final 20 minutes, to keep Thad Matta’s perfect record at home in March. The Buckeyes will next face Penn State in State College, PA on Wednesday.… Read more

Ohio State routs Nebraska in front of NBA coaching legend

February 26, 2015
At home once again, the Ohio State men’s basketball team bulldozed the Nebraska Cornhuskers by a final score of 81-57 on Thursday night, with 11-time NBA Champion head coach and current New York Knicks president, Phil Jackson, in attendance. While Jackson certainly made his presence known to OSU coach Thad Matta, Jae’Sean Tate seemed un-phased by the presence of the “Zen Master,” scoring a career high 22 points on the evening. The Buckeyes return to the friendly confines of the Schottenstein Center for another home game on Sunday against Purdue.… Read more

An Ohio State Basketball Discussion with Tim Shoemaker of Eleven Warriors

February 19, 2015
With just five games remaining on the Ohio State basketball schedule, we brought in Eleven Warriors basketball beat reporter Tim Shoemaker to give us his thoughts as the team heads into it’s most important games of the season. In addition to breaking down the Buckeyes, Tim looks at the rest of the Big Ten Conference and what OSU needs to do in the Big Ten Tournament to set them up for a long run in the NCAA Tournament in March. Finally, he talks about which OSU player needs to step up down the stretch to ensure a successful postseason run for OSU.… Read more

Buckeyes blow past Nittany Lions, 75-55

February 11, 2015
After being swept by Penn State in both of last season’s on-court clashes, Ohio State came out ready for retribution on Wednesday night and delivered with a 20-point victory. Senior Sam Thompson had a career-high 22 points on the evening to lead the Buckeyes, but it was OSU’s defense that also played a key role, as the Nittany Lions only shot 32.2% from the field. Up next, the Buckeyes will travel to East Lansing to take on the Michigan State Spartans on Saturday, February 14.… Read more

Ohio State adds 23 recruits on National Signing Day

February 4, 2015
With National Signing Day on Wednesday, head coach Urban Meyer and the Ohio State coaching staff added 23 recruits- in addition to the four early enrollees already on campus- to the class of 2015, giving them 27 of the country’s most talented high school football players to add to next year’s roster. Amongst the class were two quarterbacks- Joe Burrow and Torrance Gibson- that now give OSU six scholarship quarterbacks on the roster heading into next season. Two of the biggest names recruited by the Buckeyes were K.J. Hill, a four-star wide receiver from Arkansas, and Mike Weber, a four-star running back from Detroit, MI, each of whom picked the… Read more

Ohio State upends No. 16 Maryland, 80-56

January 29, 2015
Behind a 10-17 shooting performance beyond the arc, 14 rebounds from D’Angelo Russell and a 30.5% shooting performance from the Terrapins, Ohio State was able to earn it’s second-straight Big Ten win over a ranked opponent on Thursday night by a final score of 80-56. Sophomore forward Marc Loving finished with a team-high 19 points, including a perfect 5-5 performance from three-point range, while freshman forward Jae’sean Tate added 16 points of his own. Now at 17-5 on the season, the Buckeyes will be on the road for four out of their next five games, starting with a matchup against the Purdue Boilermakers on Wednesday, Feb. 4.… Read more

2014 Ohio State Buckeyes: National Championship Season in Review

January 28, 2015
Lantern TV’s 2014 Ohio State Buckeyes Season In Review It was a historic season for the 2014 National Champion Ohio State Buckeyes, starting with the loss of Heisman Trophy candidate Braxton Miller to a season-ending shoulder injury coupled with an early season loss to Virginia Tech and finishing with head coach Urban Meyer lifting the first-ever College Football Playoff National Championship Trophy high above his head at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas after a win over the Oregon Ducks. This video encompasses the entire season from training camp to the National Championship celebration, detailing OSU’s improbable journey to the school’s eighth National Title with all of Lantern TV’s coverage along… Read more

Ohio State defeats No. 23 Indiana, 82-70

January 25, 2015
Without a signature Big Ten win this season, the Buckeyes finally got the job done against the No. 23 Indiana Hoosiers on Sunday night, thanks to two freshmen: Jae’Sean Tate and D’Angelo Russell. While Russell lead the way with 22 points and 10 assists, Tate came up huge with 20 points and 6 rebounds of his own. While head coach Thad Matta was pleased with Tate and the effort of his team overall, he’s also looking ahead to another top-25 matchup with the Maryland Terrapins at home on Thursday.… Read more