Ohio State welcomed a native of the Buckeye State into the Buckeye family on Saturday.
Gene Smith will take over as Ohio State's Athletic Director from Andy Geiger on April 15. In the process, he'll become the school's 8th A.D.
Smith was born and raised near Cleveland. He then played football at Notre Dame, where he later spent time as an assistant coach. Smith's been Arizona State's Athletic Director for the last 5 years. The Sun Devils rank #1 in the Pac-10 and...
Buckeye faithful in Zanesville got a special treat from WHIZ.
The station helped to put on an autograph signing session on Saturday featuring 3 Buckeyes from Ohio State's 2002 football national championship team.
S Mike Doss (Ind. Colts), TE Ben Hartsock (Ind. Colts), and QB Craig Krenzel (Chi. Bears) came to Colony Square Mall, signing autographs for what seemed like an endless line of Ohio State fans from 11am-1pm.
Rosecrans senior Johnny Bills signed a letter of intent with Ohio Dominican University Friday. The 5-11, 185 running back joins the 2nd-year football program - 2004 was the Panthers' inaugural season - as an athlete.
"I think I'll play running back," Bills said. "I'm just excited to be coached at the next level."
Bills chose ODU over Wittenberg, who has expressed interest in Rosecrans QB Scott Moyer.
Arizona State athletics director Gene Smith will assume the same duties at Ohio State, the AP reported Friday.
Smith, a Bedford native, will be introduced at a news conference 2 p.m. Sat.
Smith replaces Andy Geiger, who retired earlier this year effective June 30. The 49-year-old Smith won a football national championship at Notre Dame in 1973 before becoming the athletics director at three universities: E. Michigan (1985-1993), Iowa State (1993-2000), and Arizona State (...
Muskingum Basketball coach Dr. Jim Burson announced his retirement Monday, effective August 2006, after 38 years as the Muskies head coach
Burson will not coach Muskingum next season. Instead, he is taking a sabbatical for the 2005-06 season so he can become president of the National Association of Basketball Coaches. That becomes effective this April at the D-I men's final four.
Burson leaves Muskingum after 38 seasons and a .565...