Thursday, June 25, 2015

NorthWestern Loses 76-60 To Ohio State

English: Jared Sullinger at the 2010 Nike Hoop...
English: Jared Sullinger at the 2010 Nike Hoop Summit (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
NorthWestern team lost 76-60 to Ohio State basketball team. The team suffered another loss when Nikola Cerina, their backup centers, was thrown out of the game due to a wild punch.

In most cases, Alex Olah has always enjoyed the limelight. On the night of the game, Cerina stole much of the attention from Olah. With six minutes left to the end of the game, he got into a scuffle with Amir Williams from Ohio State basketball team. When the official blew the whistle, William was almost hit by Cerina when he swung and threw a wild punch.

Cerina is now suspended from playing the next match against Indiana on Saturday.

Speaking to reporters, Ray Perone, the head official, said the decision to suspend the NorthWestern player was prompted by the "closed handed swing."

While being interviewed, Cerina commented he could not remember what happened during the match except for some vague memories of how he got tangled up with Williams.

Few Ohio State basketball players tried to help their scuffling teammate. LaQuinton Ross pushed Cerina and Drew Crawford from behind.

The officials came to a decision to retire Ross and Cerina from the game. Ross was not suspended and will be playing in the Saturday game. Despite the incident, Ohio State's performance was not affected.

Crawford and Ross were the highest scorers. The two scored 22 and 16 points respectively.

Breaking News About Marcus Baugh Ohio State Football Freshman

English: Ohio State Buckeyes in 2006
English: Ohio State Buckeyes in 2006 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Ohio State Football Player Marcus Baugh is alleged to have been cited for underage drinking this past weekend near the campus in Columbus.

Marcus Baugh a young Ohio State freshman tight-end, has allegedly been caught drinking underage once again. Just six months ago the receiving freshman consumed alcohol underage and today he is facing a second suspension for the same offense. Fans had hoped he learned a lesson after the first incident.

Last Friday on West 5th Avenue, near Dennison, Baugh was cited for drinking underage. Baugh is scheduled to appear at Franklin County Municipal Court on Monday. He could be facing a maximum jail sentence of six months and a maximum fine of $1,000.

Marcus Baugh was red-shirted last year and Baugh was a four star recruit from Riverside, California.

Baugh was cited for possession of false identification and underage drinking in July, he was then suspended for the Ohio State Football seasons opening game.

Certain sources stated that Baugh had learned his lesson and worked his way back into the good books. However, Friday's arrest leads many fans to arrive at a different conclusion. A source from the OSU feels that Baugh is unlikely to face another suspension. But a second citation could mean that Baugh loses out on two important Ohio State Football matches.

Watch Out For Michigan State

English: LANSING, Mich. (Oct. 25, 2011) Tom Iz...
English: LANSING, Mich. (Oct. 25, 2011) Tom Izzo, head coach of the Michigan State University Spartans, prepares his team for a game against the University of North Carolina in the inaugural Quicken Loans Carrier Classic basketball game. The game will be played aboard the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) on Veteran's Day, Nov. 11. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class David Danals/Released) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Michigan State coach Tom Izzo is hoping that the Spartans are on form. Michigan State are on the verge of playing their second top-five match-up of the Ohio State basketball season. 

Tom Izzo is hoping that this match will be a great game. But he is fully aware that Michigan State have a lot to learn and plenty of challenging games ahead of them.

The Spartans are ranked fifth in the Ohio State basketball league, but the winners of the next game go into first place by just half a game ahead of the top ten teams like Wisconsin, who are ranked fourth at present. But Michigan State still have plenty of games to play.

Two months ago Michigan State was a second ranking team playing in the Ohio State basketball league. They forged ahead after beating Kentucky, who were the number one team at the time. The Spartans have won six games in a row after losing to North Carolina.

Ohio State basketball is off to a great start. The team have defended well and their defense tactics have paid off. Izzo hopes that Keith Appling,the well-known Michigan State player, doesn't try to outdo Aaron Craft.

The Ohio State basketball league is full of talented players and Appling and Keith play the game very differently. Michigan State have all to play for in the forthcoming game. Craft was named as the player of the week when he averaged seven assists, three steals and five rebounds without turning the ball. 

Michigan State is hoping that Appling will play well on both sides of the paint. The Ohio State basketball coach Thad Matta felt that they need to disrupt Appling's rhythm wherever possible. Matta has a lot of respect for Tom Izzo, he feels that Izzo has done great things for Michigan State and he has gone about it in the right way.

Thursday, June 18, 2015

The Denver Broncos Pick Jeff Heuerman In The Third Round

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Denver Broncos logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The Denver Broncos snapped up Jeff Heuerman in the third round of the NFL Draft.  The Ohio State tight end was the 92th overall pick for the day.

During his junior year at Ohio State, Jeff Heuerman was an honourable choice for the All-Big-Ten process in 2013. Unfortunately, this 6 foot-5, 255 pound football player endured foot issues during his senior year.  Despite his health problems, he still managed to complete 17 receptions for 207 yards and two touchdown passes during his senior year at Ohio State.  This averaged to 12.2 yards for each pass.

It appears that Jeff Heuerman's junior year at Ohio State was his best year of football during his college career.  He ran a total of 466 yards for 26 catches.  He also made four touchdowns.

Jeff Heuerman is from Naples, Florida.  He graduated from Barron Collier High School.  During his high school football career, he had the distinction of being a 3-star prospect that came out at the prep level.  He had a ranking of 22nd for the tight end position.  According to the 247 Sports Composite, Jeff Heuerman was also ranked the number 444th recruit in the United States during 2011.

Jeff Heuerman will now have the opportunity to play with one of the most popular quarterbacks to ever play the game of professional football, and that is Peyton Manning.  He will also play with another teammate from Ohio State who was drafted by the Denver Broncos back in 2014.

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Running Back Todd Sibley Commits To The Buckeyes

Todd Sibley

The Ohio State Buckeyes are making strides both in play and recruiting. They have gained verbal commitments from several different prospects in the last few weeks and the latest addition is the running back, Todd Sibley.

Sibley is a four-star running back from Archbishop Hoban and has proudly made the news public with a tweet from his own Twitter account.

Todd Sibley joins four-star defensive back Malik Barrow, offensive lineman, Jack Wohlabaugh, cornerback Marcus Williamson, and Tuf Bordland, linebacker.

Ohio State is getting busy adding new players to the field and the latest recruit, Todd Sibley is just one more shining ray of continued hope for the success of the Ohio State Buckeyes. Standing at 5 feet and 11 inches tall, weighing in at 205 pounds, and possessing the talent and skills to be a popular choice, Todd Sibley has the ability to choose from multiple universities. Still, this junior year student who ranks at 16 as a running back for the class of 2017 and comes in at number 9 of the top players in the state of Ohio as reported by 247Sports, has committed to Ohio State.

Todd Sibley Interview - Akron Hoban c/o 2017

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Rashod Berry Becomes a Member of the 2015 OSU Class

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Titans wide receiver Rashod Berry carries a pass during the first quarter in the game between the Lorain High School Titans and the Shaw High School Cardinals at George Daniel Field in Lorain , Ohio on Friday, Sept. 21, 2012.
The 19th member of Ohio State’s 2015 class committed today, Rashod Berry of Lorain Catholic. Berry received an offer yesterday and did not take long to make up his mind. He’s a three star defensive end ranked 65th nationally by Scout.com. 6’4” and 235 lbs. He joins Jashon Cornell and Dre’Mont Johns are DEs in the class.
Berry met with Urban Meyer during the bye week and impressed the coaches that were on hand at a practice. He didn’t receive an offer right away from his film but the in-person appearance made a difference. He also had offers from Akron, Iowa, Bowling Green, Indiana, Illinois, and Kent State to name a few. His leaders before make a decision were Ohio State, Michigan State, and Iowa.

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

The Hot Summer Nights Car Show Raises Money For The Monroe Hospice

2010 Chevrolet Camaro photographed in St. Laza...
2010 Chevrolet Camaro photographed in St. Lazare, Quebec, Canada at the 2010 St. Jean Baptiste Classic Car Show. Category:Auto classique Saint-Lazare de Saint-Jean-Baptiste 2010 Category:Red coupes Category:fifth-generation Chevrolet Camaro (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The Annual Hot Summer Nights Car Show Raises Funds for the Monroe Hospice

Visitors to the annual car show were able to admire a variety of classic vehicles dating from the 1930s through to the 1970s, and many were thrilled to see autos that reminded them of their childhood. Joe DuFord of Monroe was enthralled with the show and 73 year old Mr DuFord said the classic motors were much like the movie stars used to drive. Joe displayed a car in the Hot Summer Nights Car Show held in Monroe County Fairground, an auto he purchased online in 2002 from Vancouver.

Mr DuFort's stylish white classic car cost $2,500 when new and the prestigious motor accelerates from nought to sixty in fifteen seconds. Joe is the first to admit classic cars in car shows remind him of his childhood, however, this cannot be said for everyone. Twenty-one year-old Brando Benvenuto, of LaSalle Township exhibited his blue 1987 Camaro Iroc. Brando said he was raised in the mid nineties when the boxy autos were not regarded as cool. Brando was one of the youngest to show a car and he really appreciated viewing the older cars.

Brando enjoys visiting the classic car shows, in particular, the Hot Summer Nights Car Show. He purchased the Camaro when he was just sixteen and his father, another classic car enthusiast displayed their cars side by side. Brando's father enjoyed showing his Nassau blue '66 Corvette and he told everyone he was pleased he and his son enjoyed the same hobby.

Around three hundred cars are displayed at the show and all money raised goes to the Monroe Hospice. Other events throughout the day included raffles, free food and live entertainment by the well-known band Hoosier Daddy. Dave Perry, the shows chairman is proud of the bunch of guys who raise money for great causes.

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