Ohio State Buckeye Basketball: Five Burning Preseason Questions

On October 18, 2012 by Buckeye Humor

Who's ready to see Aaron Craft with his shirt off...we know we are!

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Ohio State basketball ranked fourth in preseason Coaches Poll

On October 17, 2012 by Buckeye Empire

The Buckeyes will open the season as one of three Big Ten basketball teams ranked in the Top-5 of the USA Today Coaches Poll.

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Thad Matta’s X-Factor

On July 16, 2012 by

  When Thad Matta took over the Buckeye basketball program in 2004, no player had been drafted after their time in Columbus in nearly three years. Not one single player had been taken...

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OSU Summer League Rundown

On July 9, 2012 by

  UPDATE: Amidst confusion, it looks like David Lighty will be playing for Phoenix this summer. Both the Hawks and Suns were interested in having him play. Both have been interested in his...

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Ring the damn bell

The Monday Victory Bell

On July 2, 2012 by Chris Holloway

  Welcome to another week at The Empire. It’s Monday again, but hopefully most of you have an abbreviated week, or at least get to take the day off to celebrate the independence...

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B1G Sunday Encore | 07.01.2012

On July 1, 2012 by Buckeye Empire

  Time for some links, Buckeye faithful. Included this week is a future Buckeye speaking to The Empire, the family of Joe Paterno responding to CNN, Wisconsin’s Jordan Taylor and Northwestern’s John Shurna...

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Danny Ainge did you right, Boston fans

On June 30, 2012 by Grant Edgell

  Dear Boston Faithful, When your General Manager selected Jared Sullinger from The Ohio State University with the 21st overall selection of Thursday night’s draft, he did well for the city of Boston,...

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A Cloud. Of Links.

3 Yards and a Cloud of Links

On June 29, 2012 by Chris Holloway

  Each Friday, The Empire will bring you the best of the web, Ohio State edition, a collection of links and notes from around the quilting circle known as the Ohio State media....

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The Friday Victory Bell

On June 29, 2012 by Grant Edgell

Happy Friday morning, Buckeye Nation. Eighteen days into the life of The Empire and the response from you guys and gals has been exciting for those of us who have put so much...

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Sullinger Reacts to Being Drafted (video)

Sullinger Reacts to Being Drafted (video)

On June 29, 2012 by Buckeye Empire

  Jared Sullinger spent his draft-night time at Eddie George’s Grill after not being invited to New Jersey for the festivities. Dom Tiberi of 10TV was there and caught Sully’s reaction as his...

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Jared Sullinger Drafted by the Boston Celtics

On June 28, 2012 by Buckeye Empire

Jared Sullinger is officially a Boston Celtic. After weeks of speculation about his draft position, Sullinger ended up being drafted 21st overall. It wasn’t a lottery pick, but Sullinger is headed to an...

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The Victory Bell

The Thursday Victory Bell

On June 28, 2012 by

Good morning, citizens, and welcome to your Thursday Victory Bell. Tonight, Jared Sullinger‘s twisted path to the NBA comes to an end. Things may not turn out the way he envisioned, but as...

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The Sacrifice

On June 26, 2012 by

Jared Sullinger is paying the price. One year ago, he made an unconventional choice. As a lock to be drafted in the top five and the engine behind a memorable season, nobody would...

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Ring the damn bell

The Tuesday Victory Bell

On June 26, 2012 by Grant Edgell

Good morning and welcome to your Tuesday Victory Bell. At bat – number-one – Bradley. Roby. The sophomore standout cornerback, who spent a good portion of his true freshman season overshadowing junior counterpart...

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Jared Sullinger will quiet the critics again

On June 20, 2012 by Grant Edgell

  Editor’s Note: Written by Buckeye Empire contributor Ron Hamp Is he too slow? Is he able to control his weight? Is he able to play against elite competition? Can he jump? These...

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