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Urban Meyer: Not involved with Noah Spence hearing

November 25, 2014
Ohio State coach Urban Meyer spoke about the status of junior defensive lineman Noah Spence during Tuesday’s Big Ten teleconference, but said he’s not closely involved with the appeal process. Coming off a three-game suspension, Spence was ruled ineligible just before the Kent State game in September after reportedly failing a second drug test. He has not played for OSU since the 2013 Big Ten Championship Game. Meyer said he’s not involved with Spence’s hearing — which is scheduled to happen sometime Tuesday — but added he knows “a little bit about it.” Meyer said “we’ll cross that bridge,” in regards to Spence potentially returning to the Buckeyes and added… Read more

Students tear fences down, jump in Mirror Lake early

November 25, 2014
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  For a while, it seemed as though the ducks might make more of a splash than any students. Last year, students jumped in the lake a night early in response to a university policy change that required them to get wristbands to enter the Mirror Lake area for the traditional jump before the Michigan game. There were also fences erected around the area prohibiting entry. This year, students also jumped a night early, on Monday, to protest the fences and wristbands. As of Monday evening, more than 380 people had responded to a Facebook event for “Mirror Lake Monday” saying they were going. The event was slated to occur… Read more

Ohio State senior class legacy on the line in next 2 games

November 25, 2014
In the span of four seasons, the Ohio State senior class has experienced a 24-game winning streak, a 23-game Big Ten winning streak and a crushing loss in the 2013 Big Ten Championship Game. While the success the seniors have had is significant, there’s still something missing. OSU is already set to play in the Big Ten Championship Game on Dec. 6 in Indianapolis, but 24 seniors will be honored this week when the Buckeyes take on Michigan on Saturday at Ohio Stadium. Starting with the Wolverines, coach Urban Meyer said the seniors’ legacy will be decided over the next two weeks. “This book’s not written yet,” Meyer said Monday.… Read more

Effort to Beat Michigan gets crafty

November 25, 2014
While many Ohio State students take pride in the Mirror Lake jump in anticipation of Saturday’s football game against Michigan, others choose to stay inside and craft with their Buckeye pride in mind.  On Sunday, OSU football fans gathered in the Archie Griffin Grand Ballroom West at the Ohio Union to attend the Beat Michigan Craft Night, an Ohio Union Activities Board-sponsored event. The craft night had a great turnout, said Gabby Palombaro, special events chair and a third-year in integrated language arts and English education.  Admission was free and open to the public. “We invest a lot of time in creating extraordinary experiences such as these for the students… Read more

A moment from WWII still rings strongly for alumnus ‘Doc’ Allen 70 years later

November 25, 2014
By the time the 1940 football season came around, William “Bill” Nosker was one of the most experienced members of the Ohio State football team. He was a regular starter at guard on the 1938 and ‘39 teams, the latter of which won the school’s first outright Big Ten title since Nosker was 1 year old.  He contributed to an OSU team that went 4-4 in 1940, but shortly after the season ended, he would no longer be a student. During his senior year, he decided to enlist in the Air Force, for reasons he held close to his heart. At that time, nobody knew him better than his then-future… Read more

Lantern TV’s “Michigan Special”

November 25, 2014
Hayden Grove, along with Aaron Yerian and Andrew Todd-Smith of Chalk Talk, combine their talents in this Lantern TV “Michigan Special.” With Ohio State and Michigan preparing for another chapter in the lore of “The Game”, the guys headed to the Woody Hayes Athletic Center to talk with a former Buckeye great, Urban Meyer and the current Buckeyes to gauge the intensity of the team prior to the matchup. With the perspective of the coaches and players behind, Andrew breaks down the OSU offense against the Michigan defense, while Aaron offers his thoughts on the OSU defense against the Wolverine offense. To wrap things up, Hayden, Andrew and Aaron give… Read more

Ohio State history professor David Steigerwald selected to give Autumn Commencement address

November 25, 2014
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Graduating students seeking advice for their futures are set to get some from a man well-versed in history.  Ohio State history professor David Steigerwald is set to address approximately 3,200 graduating students during Autumn Commencement, OSU announced Monday. Steigerwald is a 1982 OSU alumnus who teaches 20th century history at the Marion branch campus as well as main campus. He specializes in post-World War II American history and American intellectual history. He is currently the director of the Department of History’s World War II study abroad program. “We are honored to welcome Ohio State alumnus and esteemed history professor David Steigerwald as our upcoming commencement speaker,” said President Michael Drake… Read more

Opinion: Freshman, fences among 6 people you’ll meet at Mirror Lake jump

November 25, 2014
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The Mirror Lake jump is upon us, so you might as well jump, jump on it, jump! jump! jump! and whatever other ’80s or ’90s dance anthem you want to use.  Here are some people you will see at the … err … university tradition that became sanctioned but is denied as being sanctioned but acknowledged as sanctioned through imposed rules? Or, you know, the Mirror Lake jump.  Person angry about the wristbands He was mad last year, and he’s sure as hell still mad this year. These two years of being forced to wear a wristband are the worst of this person’s life.  This person feels he is the… Read more

Columbus in final 3 to host Democratic National Convention

November 25, 2014
The Big Apple, The City of Brotherly Love and … Columbus. Columbus is in the final three for the 2016 Democratic National Convention. The DNC announced Monday that Columbus, Philadelphia and Brooklyn were all on the shortlist to host the 2016 convention. The cities that were cut from the running included Phoenix and Birmingham, Ala. Brian Ross, CEO of Experience Columbus, said he was happy to hear the announcement. Experience Columbus helped put together and submit the bid for the Democratic convention, which includes listing hotels, arenas, transportation and other infrastructure specifics in Columbus. “It’s very exciting and we’re very excited to see that Columbus is in the national spotlight… Read more