Ohio State Football Banned From Postseason in 2012 by NCAA

There has been a lot of talk about Ohio State adding defensive ends Noah Spence, Se'von Pittman and Adolphus Washington, but archrival Michigan must have felt the moves coming because the Wolverines have already stocked up on some elite offensive line

There has been a lot of talk about Ohio State adding defensive ends Noah Spence, Se'von Pittman and Adolphus Washington, but archrival Michigan must have felt the moves coming because the Wolverines have already stocked up on some elite offensive line

But the NCAA, an organization not endowed with a sense of self-awareness, failed to foresee when it curb-stomped USC that among the lawbreakers in college football, the Trojans were jaywalkers amid a mob of bank robbers. Ohio State's sanctions, in fact

By JARED DIAMOND It's no secret which college football programs produce the most NFL players. Schools like Texas, Ohio State and Florida do pretty well in that category. But tucked away in the heart of Big Ten country, somewhat removed from the

Earlier this year, Ohio State said it was vacating all 12 of its victories from the 2010 football season and placing itself on two years' probation in the wake of a scandal that cost coach Jim Tressel his job.