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Junior left tackle Taylor Decker is the veteran of this Ohio State offensive line.
Festival marks area Labor Day celebration Area residents attended a parade and a festival on Monday in celebration of Labor Day.
The spectacle of the Brigade of Midshipmen marching out on the field in Baltimore before the game and the sing-along by the players of the Ohio State and Navy alma maters after it, along with the handshakes and well wishes -- all the emotional trappings of that outlier of a game are over.
Defense can't stop a Little Tykes truck? Ka-boom goes the defensive coordinator.
A breakdown of each of Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett's throws in the No. 5 Buckeyes 34-17 win over Navy.
After navigating rough seas early, the Buckeyes and J.T. Barrett finally ran Navy's blockade.
Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds scores from the one yard line in the third quarter.
While Ohio State departed Baltimore on Saturday after beating Navy 34-17 in M&T Bank Stadium, home of the Baltimore Ravens, former Buckeye John Simon appears to be leaving Baltimore as well.
Three weeks ago, if J.T. Barrett gave any thought to what he'd be doing after Ohio State's season opener against Navy, he probably figured it would go something like this: First, make a quick change out of a uniform that was so lightly used he could probably wear it again the next week without throwing it into the laundry.
Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett and coach Urban Meyer shake hands after arriving at M&T Bank Stadium this morning for their game against Navy.
As NFL teams cut their active rosters from 90 players through the third preseason game to the league's 53-man regular-season limit, a plethora of players - some of whom are prominent names and have displayed talent at football's highest level, such as quarterback Terrelle Pryor - become unemployed.
The 25-year-old's tenure in Seattle is ending just as it was about to start. He was traded to the Super Bowl champions in April for a seventh-round pick with the chance to earn the third-string quarterback job behind starter Russell Wilson and backup Tarvaris Jackson.
Things will be much different next week in Seattle. For starters, there will be 68,000-plus trying to break the sound barrier at CenturyLink Field.
The Big Ten heads into the 2014 season with renewed optimism. New schools, offensive firepower and improved divisional alignment have fans excited.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 12:57 am
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