Bill Rabinowitz The Columbus Dispatch @brdispatch
It was just a spring practice, but Alex Grinch had seen enough.Grinch, the Grove City native hired this week as an Ohio State assistant football coach, had just started as Washington State’s defensive coordinator in 2015. He was in charge of turning around a dreadful defense. That spring day, he didn’t like what he was watching.
Bill Rabinowitz The Columbus Dispatch @brdispatch New Ohio State assistant football coach Alex Grinch will receive a $250,000 signing bonus upon formal completion of his two-year contract, according to his updated Terms of Employment.Grinch, a Grove City native and Mount Union graduate, was the defensive coordinator at Washington State the last three years.The NCAA allowed programs to hire a 10th assistant coach, effective this week, and Ohio State jumped at hiring Grinch. He agreed to a...
Bill Rabinowitz The Columbus Dispatch @brdispatch Ohio State’s Parris Campbell will return for the 2018 season, he announced on Twitter on Thursday afternoon.The hybrid back released a six-second video of him being lifted by offensive tackle Jamarco Jones that ended with “1 more.” After a lot of thinking and praying... Buckeye Nation... pic.twitter.com/fKqik8MPOH— Parris Campbell (@PCampbell21) January 11, 2018 Campbell emerged as a major playmaker in 2017, flashing game-breaking speed and...
So my daughter was named general manager at her work today and my son created his first webpage for his major at IU. And it took me only 20 minutes to get out of my driveway this afternoon because of the snow. We know who has the brains in the family.
Stopped by to see @Snyder_man45 and the OSU wrestling team today and caught Kyle trying his hand at a different sport. (He's better at wrestling). His final career home match is Sunday vs. Iowa at the Schott. https://t.co/nV9b8Kl0fE
With the deadline for leaving for the NFL passed, @OhioStateFB's losses were much less than could have been. Ward and Hubbard were no-brainers to leave, and Baker was expected to. Dre'Mont Jones, Weber, all the receivers returning is very good news for Buckeyes.
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