Eddie George won the Heisman 20 years ago with one of the most dominating seasons in Ohio State history. BSB looks back at his journey to New York City.
December 12, 2015
There have been a lot of great Heisman Trophy winners, but not all of them have succeeded in the ranks of the NFL.
Pennsylvania turned into one of Jim Tressel's favorite places to find Ohio State players when he was looking beyond Ohio's borders, but it is also the state that produced one of John Cooper's best of all time.
BuckeyeSports.com counts down the days to the Big Ten football media days by recounting Ohio State's greatest wins against their Big Ten foes. Today we look at the Michigan State series, one that got a later start than most but has had more than its share of noteworthy outcomes.
BuckeyeSports.com counts down the days to the Big Ten football media days by recounting Ohio State's greatest wins against their Big Ten foes. Today we focus on Illinois, a series with a wooden turtle but so much more.
In a blog post, BuckeyeSports.com's Marcus Hartman makes the case Eddie George more represents the return of Ohio State to the elite circle of college football than any other player of the past 20 years.
The rest of the 2011 college football hall of fame class will have to wait until tomorrow to be announced, but former Ohio State running back Eddie George received his honor a day early. The Heisman Trophy-winning back is the first member of this year's class to be announced.