Student-Athlete Spotlight: Greyson McCaig, Pistol

1/20/2015 | Pistol

Greyson McCaig, a native of Columbia, Tenn., is a senior member of the pistol team. Last March, he helped lead Ohio State to its sixth NRA Intercollegiate National Championship, as the Buckeyes notched a perfect 14-0 record on the season. With his performance at nationals, McCaig earned second-team NRA All-America honors.

Buckeyes Celebrate National Championship

1/24/2015 | Football

Approximately 45,000 fans filled A and B Decks in Ohio Stadium Saturday, with some fans even sprinkled into C Deck, to celebrate and salute the 2014 national champion Ohio State Buckeyes, winners of the first College Football Playoff national championship.

Rematch with Hoosiers up Next for Buckeyes

1/24/2015 | M. Basketball

After the Ohio State senior class won its 100th game Thursday at Northwestern, the Buckeyes are back on the court Sunday vs. Indiana in Columbus. Thad Matta also moved into the No. 15 spot in career Big Ten regular-season wins with 125.

Russell drops 33 Leading Buckeyes to Win Over Northwestern 69-67

1/22/2015 | M. Basketball

Freshman D'Angelo Russell scored a career-high 33 points, and Ohio State overcame an early deficit to beat Northwestern 69-67 in the Big Ten on Thursday.

No. 5 Buckeyes Down Auburn 4-0

1/24/2015 | M. Tennis

The No. 5 Ohio State men's tennis took down No. 39 Auburn 4-0 on Saturday to advance to the championship of the ITA Kickoff Weekend in Columbus. The Buckeyes will face either Tulsa or Purdue on Sunday at 1 p.m. at the OSU Varsity Tennis Center.

No. 20 Ohio State Tallies Season-Best 196.200 to Top Iowa

1/24/2015 | W. Gymnastics

The No. 20 Ohio State women's gymnastics team earned a season-high team score in a 196.200-195.225 victory over Iowa Saturday afternoon at St. John Arena. The Buckeyes tallied season best scores on each event against the Hawkeyes.

No. 4 Buckeyes Roll Past Indiana, 31-13

1/23/2015 | Wrestling

In front of a sellout crowd at Norwalk High School, the Ohio State wrestling team used three pins and five wins via bonus points to roll past Indiana, 31-13, on Friday evening. With the win, Ohio State is 8-3 overall (4-1 Big Ten) while Indiana falls to 2-6 (0-5 Big Ten).

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