Welcome To The New BuckeyeSports.com

As part of the ongoing Scout refresh, today the new look for BuckeyeSports.com launches. Here's a note from our staff on some of the changes you'll be seeing.

Welcome to the new BuckeyeSports.com!

We're excited to bring you a new look around here, one that you'll be seeing across the entire Scout network here in the coming weeks. But while the site will look a lot better – and be much more fun to look at on all of your devices – nothing will change as far as the content you are used to.

In fact, today's refresh is just one of many phases of improvements to BuckeyeSports.com. You will notice that not only are the stories and player profiles easier to read on your computer, but going forward will be on your mobile device as well. In the coming weeks, our message boards will also get a refresh, allowing users easier access to the forums from their tablet and smartphone.

In other words, the experience just got a lot better for you.

In the months leading to the much anticipated 2014 football season, we will be dedicating our efforts to bringing the latest in Ohio State recruiting coverage and off-season analysis.

As you may or may not know, Scout is also your ultimate source for sports, outdoor adventures and All-American pursuits. From college football to hunting to fishing to trying out the latest hot gadgets – it's everything you would rather be doing than work.

Over the years Scout has built an unrivaled army of reporters and editors who live and breathe what they report. We literally have boots on the ground on the most pristine fishing spots in America. We have beat reporters at every college campus that matters. We have bowhunters taking aim in Georgia. We have guys chomping $8 hotdogs while filing stories from every MLB stadium. We have history professors at the country's most prestigious universities. We have world-class carpenters dispensing wood-working secrets, and even Navy SEALs giving stress tests to outdoor gear. In short, Scout's legions of experts are everywhere, and they love nothing more than to share what they've seen and learned from the front lines.

If you have any questions you can reach out to our staff on the message boards.

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