Buckeyes and Wolverines meet for the 109th time and for the 95th consecutive year
As his games in the Scarlet and Gray dwindle, senior fullback Adam Homan hopes to continue to lead by example and help build onto the winning traditions of Ohio State football.
Buckeyes and Golden Bears are meeting for the first time since 1972
Playerss took team photo, met with friends and family and members of the media
A total of 37 Ohio State football players, each with at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA were honored Wednesday evening at the Ohio Union
Ohio State Overview: Adam Homan is a four-year Ohio State letterwinner who spent five years with the program, including a red-shirt season in 2008 ... he was reserve fullback throughout his career who was used significantly - and a most valuable performer - on special teams ... he played in 43 games during his career, including 12 as a true freshman in 2009 and 13 in 2010 ... he missed three games early in the 2011 season with a knee issue, but came back from surgery to play in seven of the team's last eight games ... he also missed three games early in 2012, but again returned to play in all eight of the team's games ... at 6-3 and almost 250 pounds, Adam is used primarily as a blocker on offense, but he does have a couple of pass receptions, both coming against Purdue (for 11 total yards) in 2010.
More on Adam: An outstanding student-athlete, Adam is a three-time OSU Scholar-Athlete and a two-time Academic all-Big Ten Conference honoree who is majoring in exercise science ... a standout performer high school for the late John Reed, Adam was the Ohio Division IV and the Midwest Athletic Conference player of the year after recording 90 tackles as a senior ... also named first-team all-state ... team won the state championship in 2007 when Adam was a junior ... he graduated from high school early and enrolled at Ohio State in time for the 2009 spring drills ... the son of Alice and Dave Homan and the younger brother of former Ohio State captain Ross Homan.
🌷🏈 Scenes From Spring Practice: March 28