12:45 PM ET Austin WardESPN Staff Writer Close Covers the Big Ten. Joined ESPN in 2012. Attended the University of Wyoming. COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Ohio State has taken one more hit to its depth coming out of the bye week and heading into Big Ten play.
Add one more injury for Ohio State coming out of its bye week to the list: Backup offensive lineman Demetrius Knox is out for eight weeks after having surgery for a broken foot on Friday morning.
3:24 PM ET Austin WardESPN Staff Writer Close Covers the Big Ten. Joined ESPN in 2012. Attended the University of Wyoming. COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Urban Meyer had already checked off a list of Rutgers staffers who had ties to Ohio State.
5:14 PM ET Austin WardESPN Staff Writer Close Covers the Big Ten. Joined ESPN in 2012. Attended the University of Wyoming. COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Ohio State co-defensive coordinator Greg Schiano was issued a ticket for failure to obey a traffic control device for his part in a car crash that involved hitting a bicyclist last week.
Ohio State's mantra for this season is front and center in the team meeting room. Urban Meyer's latest motivational trick -- The Edge -- has certainly worked well for the young Buckeyes so far. Austin Ward, ESPN Staff Writer
Ohio State co-defensive coordinator Greg Schiano has been charged with a misdemeanor for failure to obey a traffic device for his part in the crash that included hitting a bicyclist last week. Schiano is scheduled to be arraigned on Oct.
1:19 PM ET Austin WardESPN Staff Writer Close Covers the Big Ten. Joined ESPN in 2012. Attended the University of Wyoming. COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The offensive call in the defensive playbook fits on just one page.
Urban Meyer shoots down any contact from LSU about potentially replacing Les Miles. "No, I have not been contacted," Meyer said. "I'm going to be the coach at Ohio State." Austin Ward, ESPN Staff Writer
Chris Ash has something of a head start scouting Ohio State after spending the last two years there as co-defensive coordinator, but the Rutgers coach isn't expecting that to be a big deal on game day. "Yeah, I know players, I know coaches, I know the offensive and defensive schemes that they're running," Ash said.
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