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Buckeyes and Wolverines meet for the 109th time and for the 95th consecutive year
Buckeyes claim Leaders Division outright with win; Badgers already in the B1G title game
Coach Meyer meets with the media during the weekly football press conference
Carlos Hyde rushed for 104 yards and 2 TDs.
Ohio State Overview: Storm is a senior in his fourth year with the program ... a three-year letterman, he has played in 38 games in his first three seasons with Ohio State ... after appearing in 13 and 12 games, respectively, in 2009 and 2010, Storm cracked the starting lineup at middle linebacker in 2011 and ended up starting 10 times ... he totaled 45 tackles from the position in 2011, including a pair of TFLs (-11) and he also added a sack (vs. Colorado) ... also had an interception (vs. Toledo), forced fumble and fumble recovery ... enters his senior season with 73 career tackles and two interceptions ... Storm had a career-high six tackles in the 2011 game vs. Penn State ... assisted on four consecutive tackles when the Buckeyes stopped Penn State four times when it had a first-and-goal from the 2 yard line ... recorded 18 tackles as a sophomore in 2010 ... picked off first collegiate interception in the Purdue victory ... played as a true freshman on special teams in 2009.
More on Storm: Storm is majoring in sport and leisure studies ... he was a three-time all-state performer at Licking Valley H.S. and the Ohio Gatorade player of the year as a senior ... team, coached by Randy Baughman, was the 2008 state semifinalist and Storm had 48 tackles and also rushed for over 1,700 yards and 24 touchdowns ... rushed for over 6,000 yards and scored 99 touchdowns as a prepster ... was a state qualifier in wrestling and also was a standout baseball player ... enrolled at OSU in January 2009 and then was team captain for the USA in the 2009 Junior World Championships ... Storm is the son of Mellissa Miller and Jason Klein.
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