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Marcus Freeman (American football coach)

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Marcus Freeman (American football coach)

Marcus Freeman (born January 10, 1986) a former American football linebacker and coach, who is currently the Defensive coordinator for the University of Cincinnati football team. He was drafted by the Chicago Bears in the fifth round of the 2009 NFL Draft. He played college football at Ohio State. Freeman has also been a member of the Buffalo Bills and Houston Texans. Early years Freeman was rated as one of the top three overall prospects in Ohio as a senior and named to the Parade All-America team. He was credited with 127 tackles, four sacks, three forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries as a senior. He totaled 152 tackles, including 29 behind the line of scrimmage, and eight sacks as a junior Freeman was a four-year starter and a two-time first-team All-Ohio selection. He also ran track, competing in the 4×100-meter relay and throwing the shot and discus. College career Attended The Ohio State University (2004–08), appearing in 51 games (37 starts) over the course of his career. He started 26 games

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Reid Fragel

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Reid Fragel

Reid Fragel (born February 22, 1991) is an American football offensive tackle who is currently a free agent. He played college football at Ohio State and was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals in the seventh round of the 2013 NFL Draft. Professional career Pre-draft measurables Ht Wt Arm length Hand size 40-yard dash 10-yd split 20-yd split 20-ss 3-cone Vert jump Broad BP 6 ft 8 in(2.03 m) 308 lb(140 kg) 33 in(0.84 m) 10 5⁄ in(0.27 m) 5.14 s 1.79 s 2.99 s 4.68 s 7.62 s 30 in(0.76 m) 9 ft 5 in(2.87 m) 33 reps All values from NFL Scouting Combine.[1] Cincinnati Bengals Fragel was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals in the seventh round of the 2013 NFL Draft. On August 31, 2013, he was waived by the Bengals.[2] On the following day, he cleared waivers and was signed to the Bengals' practice squad.[3] Cleveland Browns On October 29, 2013, the Cleveland Browns signed Fragel from the Bengals' practice squad.[4] On August 30, 2014, he was waived by the Browns.[5] Atl

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Randy Hart

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Randy Hart

Randy Hart (born March 9, 1948) is a former American football player and coach, earning national championships as both a player and coach. He served as a college assistant coach for over forty seasons including over twenty at the University of Washington. Hart primarily served as a defensive line coach during his career. High school Hart was a three-time letterman in football, wrestling and track at South High School in Willoughby, Ohio.[1] College Hart earned three letters as an offensive guard on the Ohio State Buckeye football team under coach Woody Hayes. He graduated with a bachelor's degree in education in 1970, then earned a master's degree in higher education administration in 1972.[1] Coaching career Hart coached under four College Football Hall of Fame members: Woody Hayes, Earle Bruce, Jim Young, and Don James. Hart's participation in 10 Rose Bowls are the second most in the game's history.[2] Hart retired from coaching after the conclusion of the 2015 season.[3] References TBD (2013-04

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Dwight Peabody

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Dwight Peabody

Dwight Van Dorn Peabody (January 26, 1894 – January 3, 1972) was an American football end who played two seasons in the National Football League with the Columbus Panhandles and Toledo Maroons. He played college football at Ohio State University and attended Oberlin High School in Oberlin, Ohio.[1] References "DWIGHT PEABODY". profootballarchives.com. Archived from the original on April 17, 2015. Retrieved April 16, 2015. External links Just Sports Stats

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Lydell Ross

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Lydell Ross

Lydell Ross (born October 29, 1983[1]) is a former American football running back for the Buckeyes. During his sophomore year at Ohio State University in 2002, he was a supporting member of the Ohio State Buckeyes national championship team. Career rushing statistics at Ohio State Year Games Rushes Yards Average TD 2001 119 406 3.4 6 2002 166 619 3.7 6 2003 193 826 4.5 10 2004 117 475 4.2 4 Total 595 2,326 3.9 26 [2] References "Where Are They Now: Lydell Ross". elevenwarriors.com. August 27, 2006. Retrieved 11 December 2012. "Lydell Ross Stats". sports-reference.com. August 27, 2006. Retrieved 10 December 2012. External links Eleven Warriors article

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Evan Spencer

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Evan Spencer

Evan Spencer (born May 26, 1993) is a former American football wide receiver. He played college football at Ohio State.[1][2] He was originally drafted by the Washington Redskins in the sixth round of the 2015 NFL Draft. College career Ohio State Buckeyes Spencer is well known for the touchdown pass he threw to Michael Thomas on a trick play going into half time in the 2015 Sugar Bowl vs. Alabama. This touchdown helped give the underdog Buckeyes the momentum and eventually beat Alabama 42-35. Later in the game he threw a key block on the game clinching 85 yard TD, the longest run given up by Alabama that year. [3] The Buckeyes advanced to the national championship game where they defeated Oregon to win the first College Football Playoff National championship 42-20.[4] Professional career Washington Redskins Spencer was selected by the Washington Redskins with the 187th overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft.[5] He signed a four-year contract on May 11, 2015.[6] On September 5, he was waived/injured during fin

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Parris Campbell

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Parris Campbell

Parris Campbell (born July 16, 1997) is an American football wide receiver for the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football for Ohio State and was drafted by the Colts in the second round of the 2019 NFL Draft. Early years Campbell attended St. Vincent–St. Mary High School in Akron, Ohio.[1] He played wide receiver and running back in high school. As a senior, he ran for 1,584 yards and 22 touchdowns. He committed to Ohio State University to play college football.[2] Campbell also ran track in high school.[3] College career After redshirting his first year at Ohio State in 2014, Campbell played in four games as a freshman in 2015, but did not record any receptions. As a sophomore in 2016, he had 13 receptions for 121 yards and added 21 kick returns for 584 yards. As a junior in 2017, Campbell had 40 receptions for 584 yards and three touchdowns.[4][5] He returned to Ohio State his senior season in 2018.[6][7][8] College statistics Ohio State Buckeyes Year

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Jalyn Holmes

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Jalyn Holmes

Jalyn Holmes (born January 25, 1996) is an American football defensive tackle for the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Ohio State.[1] College career Holmes played defensive end for the Ohio State Buckeyes from 2014 to 2017, playing every single Ohio State game, 40 in all. He was a two-time Big Ten all-conference honoree, racking up 85 career tackles, 15 tackles-for-loss, and 5 sacks.[2] During his time with the Buckeyes, he participated in two Big Ten Championships, including the 2015 College Football Playoff National Championship, and five bowl games, helping the Buckeyes go 4-1 in that stretch. Professional career Holmes was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in the fourth round (102nd overall) of the 2018 NFL Draft.[3] On May 5, 2018, Holmes signed a four-year, $3.191 million contract with the Vikings, including a signing bonus of $731,396. In week seven of his rookie season, he recorded his first career sack, coming against Sam Darnold in a 37-17 win

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Jamarco Jones

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Jamarco Jones

Jamarco Jones (born June 4, 1996) is an American football offensive tackle for the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football for Ohio State. He started his final 27 games at Ohio State at left tackle. Professional career Pre-draft measurables Ht Wt Arm length Hand size 40-yard dash 10-yd split 20-yd split 20-ss 3-cone Vert jump Broad 6 ft 4 in(1.93 m) 299 lb(136 kg) 35 1⁄ in(0.89 m) 9 1⁄ in(0.24 m) 5.50 s 4.99 s 8.32 s 24.0 in(0.61 m) 8 ft 6 in(2.59 m) All values from NFL Combine[1] Jones was drafted by the Seattle Seahawks in the fifth round, 168th overall, of the 2018 NFL Draft.[2] He was placed on injured reserve on September 1, 2018.[3] On October 3, 2019, Jones replaced right guard D.J. Fluker who was injured during a Thursday Night Football game against the Los Angeles Rams. Prior to this point Jones had never played the guard position before. The Seahawks defeated the Rams 30-29. References "Jamarco Jones Combi

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Isaiah Prince

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Isaiah Prince

Isaiah Prince (born July 29, 1997) is an American football offensive tackle for the Miami Dolphins of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football for the Ohio State Buckeyes.[1] College career Coming to Ohio State, Prince was one of only 4 true freshmen to play for the Buckeyes in 2015 earning his first varsity letter. He became a starter at right tackle during his sophomore year, starting all 13 games. After his sophomore year, he was the only member of the 2015 Ohio State recruits to play every game over the past 2 seasons. Going into his junior year, Prince was temporarily moved to left tackle switching spots with lineman Thayer Munford. They switched back before the start of the season.[2] Professional career Prince was drafted by the Miami Dolphins in the sixth round, 202nd overall, of the 2019 NFL Draft [3] References Ward, Austin (February 12, 2018). "After bounce-back season, Isaiah Prince ready for spotlight". Dayton Daily News. Retrieved April 27, 2019. Landis, Bill (A

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Michael Jordan (offensive lineman)

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Michael Jordan (offensive lineman)

Michael Jordan (born January 25, 1998) is an American football offensive guard for the Cincinnati Bengals of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Ohio State and was drafted by the Bengals in the fourth round of the 2019 NFL Draft.[1] Professional career Jordan was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals in the fourth round, 136th overall, of the 2019 NFL Draft.[2] References https://www.cincinnati.com/story/sports/nfl/bengals/2019/04/27/cincinnati-bengals-nfl-draft-michael-jordan-ohio-state/3599824002/ "Bengals trade up and select Ohio State OL Michael Jordan". CincyJungle.com. April 27, 2019. External links Ohio State bio

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Dwayne Haskins

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Dwayne Haskins

Dwayne Haskins Jr. (born May 3, 1997) is an American football quarterback for the Washington Redskins of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Ohio State University, and was drafted by the Redskins in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft. In his lone starting season as a sophomore at Ohio State in 2018, he threw 50 touchdowns with only 8 interceptions, making him one of the few quarterbacks to ever pass for 50 or more in a single NCAA season. For that, he won numerous Big Ten player awards and finished as a Maxwell Award and Heisman Trophy finalist, while also being voted MVP of the 2018 Big Ten Football Championship Game and 2019 Rose Bowl. Early years Haskins was born on May 3, 1997, and raised in Highland Park, New Jersey, moving to Potomac, Maryland when he was in the ninth grade where he played football at the Bullis School from 2013–2016.[1][2][3] During his career there, he passed for 5,308 yards and 54 touchdowns.[4] He originally committed to the University of Maryland

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Rudy Kutler

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Rudy Kutler

Rudolph John Kutler (November 14, 1901 – March 20, 1974) was an American football player and coach.[1] He played college football at Ohio State University from 1921 to 1924 and professionally in the National Football League (NFL) with the Cleveland Bulldogs in 1925. Kutler served two stints at the head football coach at Kenyon College, in 1932 and from 1941 to 1943, compiling a record of 14–7–3. Head coaching record Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Kenyon Lords (Ohio Athletic Conference) (1932) 1932 Kenyon 2–3–1 2–2 T–11th Kenyon Lords (Ohio Athletic Conference) (1941–1943) 1941 Kenyon 5–2 4–1 5th 1942 Kenyon 5–2 1–2 T–11th 1943 Kenyon 2–0–2 NA NA Kenyon: 14–7–3 7–5 Total: 14–7–3 References "Rudolph Kutler". Pro-Football-Reference. Retrieved July 3, 2018. External links Career statistics and player information from NFL.com · Pro-Football-Reference

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Terrelle Pryor Sr.

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Terrelle Pryor Sr.

Terrelle Pryor Sr.[1] (born June 20, 1989) is an American football wide receiver for the New York Jets of the National Football League (NFL). Considered the most recruited high school football-basketball athlete in southwestern Pennsylvania since Tom Clements,[2] Pryor was widely regarded as the nation's top football prospect of 2008, and was named "Junior of the Year" by Rivals.com.[3] Pryor had originally hoped to be a two-sport athlete, as he was also one of the nation's most heralded high school basketball players, but he later chose football.[4] He was the starting quarterback for the Ohio State Buckeyes from 2008 to 2010, and was drafted by the Oakland Raiders in the third round of the 2011 NFL Supplemental Draft. He then played quarterback for the Raiders from 2011 to 2013 and later spent time with the Seattle Seahawks, Kansas City Chiefs, and Cincinnati Bengals. He converted full-time to wide receiver with the Cleveland Browns in 2015, and also played with the Washington Redskins in 2017. High scho

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Joe Burrow

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Joe Burrow

Joe Burrow (born December 10, 1996) is an American football quarterback for the LSU Tigers. Before transferring to LSU, Burrow began his college career at Ohio State. Early years Burrow is the son of former University of Nebraska, NFL and CFL player Jimmy Burrow, who went on to a coaching career that lasted nearly 40 years. The elder Burrow, whose last coaching position was defensive coordinator at Ohio University for more than a decade, retired after the 2018 season in part to be able to see all of Joe's games in his final college season. Joe was born in Ames, Iowa while his father was on the staff at Iowa State.[1] According to a 2019 Sports Illustrated story, "The Burrow athletic lineage dates back nearly a century." In the 1940s, one of his grandmothers set a Mississippi state high school record with an 82-point game in basketball. His paternal grandfather played basketball at Mississippi State; his uncle, John Burrow, played football at Ole Miss; and two older brothers also played football at Nebraska.

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William M. Bell

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William M. Bell

William McNeil "Big Bill" Bell Sr. (June 10, 1909 – May 10, 1991) was an American football player and coach and college athletics administrator.[1] He served as the head football coach at Claflin University in Orangeburg, South Carolina from 1934 to 1935, Florida A&M University from 1936 to 1942, and North Carolina A&T State University from 1946 to 1956.[2][3] Bell was the first African-American football player in the history of the Ohio State Buckeyes football program.[4] After graduating from Ohio State in 1932, Bell was an assistant coach at Howard University in Washington, D.C. for two years. In 1934, he was hired as athletic director and head football coach at Claflin.[5][6] Bell married to the former Henrietta Louise Lee of Charleston, South Carolina.[7] Head coaching record Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Florida A&M Rattlers (Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference) (1936–1942) 1936 Florida A&M 2–4–1 L Orange Blossom Classic 1937

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Len Fontes

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Len Fontes

Len Fontes (March 8, 1938 – May 8, 1992) was an American football coach. He served as an assistant coach for the Cleveland Browns, New York Giants and Detroit Lions.[1] Oldest brother of former NFL coach Wayne Fontes, He died of a heart attack on May 8, 1992, in Rochester Hills, Michigan at age 54.[2] References "Xenia Daily Gazette Newspaper Archives, May 9, 1992, p. 9". Newspaperarchive.com. 1992-05-09. Retrieved 2018-10-19. "Len Fontes; Football Coach, 54". Nytimes.com. 1992-05-09. Retrieved 2018-10-19.

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Nick Wasylik

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Nick Wasylik

Nicholas Joseph Wasylik (October 2, 1916 – December 4, 2004) was an American football and baseball player and coach.[1] He served as the head football coach at Lake Forest College in Lake Forest, Illinois from 1958 and 1965, compiling a record of 21–39–2, and as the school's head baseball coach from 1972 to 1976.[2] References "Nick Wasylik". Pro Football Archives. Retrieved October 18, 2018. "Lake forest College". Baseball-Reference Bullpen. Retrieved October 18, 2018. External links Nick Wasylik at Find a Grave

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John Borton

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John Borton

John Robert Borton (December 14, 1932 – April 8, 2002) was an American football quarterback in the National Football League who played for the Cleveland Browns. He played college football for the Ohio State Buckeyes.[1][2] Borton died in 2002.[3] References Joe Scalzo. "In final game, Alliance's John Borton showed why he was Ohio State's co-captain in '54 - Sports - The Repository - Canton, OH". cantonrep.com. Retrieved December 27, 2018. John Seaburn. "Hall inductee: John Borton started QB tradition at Alliance - News - The Repository - Canton, OH". cantonrep.com. Retrieved December 27, 2018. "Former Ohio State, Cleveland Browns Quarterback Dies At 69". cleveland19.com. Retrieved December 27, 2018. External links John Borton Pro-Football-Reference.com Retrieved 2019-03-17.

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Bobby Olive

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Bobby Olive

Bobby Lee Olive Jr. (born April 22, 1969) is a former American football wide receiver in the National Football League who played for the Indianapolis Colts. He played college football for the Ohio State Buckeyes. He also played in the Arena Football League for the Buffalo Destroyers/Columbus Destroyers and Carolina Cobras and in the Canadian Football League for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.[1] Olive was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in the eleventh round of the 1991 NFL Draft. References "Bobby Olive - ArenaFan.com". www.arenafan.com.

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Greg Bellisari

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Greg Bellisari

Greg Ernest Bellisari (born June 21, 1975) is a former American football linebacker in the National Football League who played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.[1] He played college football for the Ohio State Buckeyes. Oldest brother Mike was a linebacker at Ohio State while his brother Steve Bellisari was a converted linebacker that played quarterback at Ohio State.[2] Greg graduated from the Ohio State Medical School in 2005 and now practices as an orthopedic surgeon. References "Greg Bellisari Stats". Pro-Football-Reference.com. Writer, RAY MURRAY, Staff. "BELLISARI FOLLOWS FAMILY FOOTSTEPS, SIGNS WITH OHIO STATE". Sun-Sentinel.com.

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Dimitrious Stanley

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Dimitrious Stanley

Dimitrious Stanley (born September 19, 1974) is a former American football wide receiver in the Arena Football League who played for the New Jersey Red Dogs.[1] He played college football for the Ohio State Buckeyes.[2] He also played in the Canadian Football League for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. He ran unsuccessfully for Columbus City Council in 2015.[3][4] References "Dimitrious Stanley - ArenaFan.com". www.arenafan.com. Writer, OMAR KELLY Staff. "OHIO STATE'S STANLEY TRIES TO CATCH ON WITH DOLPHINS". Sun-Sentinel.com. "Ex-Buckeye Dimitrious Stanley Running for City Council". 3 May 2015. Friedman, Joely. "Former Buckeye runs for City Council". The Lantern.

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Matt Finkes

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Matt Finkes

Matthew Scott "Matt" Finkes (born February 12, 1975) is an American former professional football defensive end who played in the NFL for the New York Jets in 1997.[1] References The ESPN Pro Football Encyclopedia (First ed.). Steriling Publishing. 2007. ISBN 1-4027-4216-9.

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Orlando Lowry

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Orlando Lowry

Orlando Dewey Lowry (born August 14, 1961) is a former American football linebacker in the National Football League who played for the Indianapolis Colts and New England Patriots. He played college football for the Ohio State Buckeyes.[1][2] His brother Quentin Lowry played in the NFL.[3] References "Former Colt Orlando Lowry gains perspective, appreciation following life-saving kidney transplant". FOX59. 2017-06-05. Retrieved 2019-01-03. Sanchez, Phil (2015-10-10). "High school coach, former Colt needs kidney". WISH. Retrieved 2019-01-03. ron Rosen, ron (May 12, 1984). "Football". washingtonpost.com. Retrieved January 3, 2019.

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Bill Conley

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Bill Conley

Bill Conley is a former American football player and coach. He served as the head football coach at Ohio Dominican University from 2010 to 2015, compiling a record of 46–21.[1] Conley played college football at Ohio State University under head coach Woody Hayes. He later served as an assistant at his alma mater under head coaches John Cooper and Jim Tressel.[2] Head coaching record Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs AFCA# Ohio Dominican Panthers (Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference) (2010–2015) 2010 0hio Dominican 2–8 2–8 5th (South) 2011 Ohio Dominican 7–4 6–4 T–3rd (South) 2012 Ohio Dominican 8–3 7–3 T–2nd (South) 2013 Ohio Dominican 10–1 9–0 1st (South) L NCAA Division II Second Round 12 2014 Ohio Dominican 11–2 9–1 1st (South) L NCAA Division II Quarterfinal 4 2015 Ohio Dominican 8–3 7–3 2nd (South) Ohio Dominican: 46–21 Total: 46–21       National championship         Conference title         Confe

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Byron A. Stover

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Byron A. Stover

Byron Anderson Stover (November 8, 1890 – February 24, 1984), also known as B. A. Stover or Dutch Stover, was an American businessman and politician from the state of Oregon. He was a Republican who served four years in the Oregon House of Representatives, where he represented a large rural district in central and southern Oregon. Today, Dutch Stover Park in Bend, Oregon is named in his honor. Early life Stover was born in Versailles, Ohio, on November 8, 1890, the son of William H. Stover and Lucinda (Hole) Stover.[1][2][3] He attended Parker Elementary School in Dayton, Ohio.[4][5] Stover then attended high school in Dayton, graduating from Steele High School in 1908.[6] Stover went on to attend college at Ohio State University. While there, he played football and was a two-year letterman in that sport.[7][8] He was also a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity.[9] Stover graduated from the university in 1913 with a degree in forestry.[10][11][12][13] Businessman Stover moved to Bend, Oregon in 1914. In Be

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Fred Mackey

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Fred Mackey

Frederick C. "Fritz" Mackey (April 30, 1904 – July 2, 1987) was an American football and baseball player and coach. He served as the head football coach at Butler University from 1932 to 1934, compiling a record of 10–11–2. Mackey was also the head baseball coach at Ohio Wesleyan University from 1930 to 1932,[1] and at his alma mater, Ohio State University, from 1939 to 1944, tallying a career college baseball coaching mark of 10–11–2.[2] Mackey played football and baseball at Ohio State, before graduating in 1926. He was also an assistant football coach at Ohio State from 1935 to 1944 and a member of the staff for the national championship-winning 1942 Ohio State Buckeyes football team. After leaving coaching, Mackey worked for an actuary firm. He retired around 1970 to Sun City, Arizona, where he died in July 1987.[3] Head coaching record Football Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Butler Bulldogs (Missouri Valley Conference) (1932–1933) 1932 Butler 2–4–1 0–0–1 3rd 19

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Bob Middleton (American football)

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Bob Middleton (American football)

Robert L. Middleton (c. 1931 – June 25, 2010) was an American football player and coach. He served as the head football coach at Ohio Northern University in Ada, Ohio from 1970 to 1973, compiling a record of 15–21.[1] A college football player at Ohio State University under Woody Hayes, Middleton was drafted by the Buffalo Bills in the 1963 AFL Draft.[2] References "Coach 'Buckeye Bob' Middleton dies at age 69". TCTimes.com. Retrieved December 30, 2018. "Bob Middleton". Pro Football Archives. Retrieved December 30, 2018.

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Vince Skillings

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Vince Skillings

Vincent Scott Skillings (born May 3, 1959) is a former American football cornerback in the Canadian Football League for the Montreal Alouettes and Montreal Concordes. He played college football at Ohio State University. Early years Skillings attended Derry High School, where he practiced football and track. He was a two-way player at running back and cornerback. He received All-state honors as a senior. He was state finalist in the 100, 220 and 440-yard dash as a senior. College career Skillings accepted a football scholarship from Ohio State University, to play under head coach Woody Hayes. As a freshman, he tore his right knee while playing on special teams.[1] As a sophomore, he became a starter at safety and led the team with 6 interceptions (one returned for a touchdown). As a junior, he was moved to cornerback and tied for second on the team with 3 interceptions. As a senior, he was tied for second on the team with 4 interceptions. At the time, his 13 career interceptions ranked fifth All-time in

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Watt Hobt

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Watt Hobt

Albert Watt Hobt Sr. (October 1, 1893 – October 2, 1963) was an American football and basketball coach. He served as the head football coach and head basketball coach at the University of Toledo from 1919 to 1920. Prior to his stint at Toledo, he served as the head basketball coach at Wittenberg College—now known as Wittenberg University—in Springfield, Ohio during the 1917–18 season.[1] Hobt moved to Knoxville, Tennessee, where he served as a long-time physical education faculty member at the University of Tennessee.[2] He served as an assistant coach for the Tennessee Volunteers football team from 1921 to 1925.[3] Head coaching record Football Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Wittenberg Tigers (Ohio Athletic Conference) (1917–1918) 1917 Wittenberg 5–2 4–1 T–3rd 1918 Wittenberg 4–0 3–0 1st Wittenberg: 9–2 7–1 Toledo Blue and Gold (Independent) (1919–1920) 1919 Toledo 2–4 1920 Toledo 0–3 Toledo: 2–7 Total: 11–9       National

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Stanley G. Backman

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Stanley G. Backman

Stanley G. Backman (November 15, 1885 – March 26, 1970) was an American football coach, college athletics administrator, military officer, and government administrator. He served as the head football coach at the University of South Dakota from 1931 to 1933, compiling a record of 11–16–1.[1] A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Backman was a three-year letter winner for the Ohio State Buckeyes football team, from 1908 to 1910.[2] He entered the United States Army in 1917 and served during World War I as a captain in the engineers. Backman was dean of men at the University of Georgia and coached freshman football there from 1924 to 1926. During World War II, he was the commander of Manila in the Philippines, following the liberation of the city by Douglas MacArthur's forces. After the war, Backman served in occupied Germany as member of the Diplomatic Corps with the Inter-Allied Rhineland Commission.[3] In 1946, he was nominated by United States President Harry S. Truman to be a regional director within the War Asse

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Dan James

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Dan James

Daniel Anthony James (born August 10, 1937 – July 4, 1987) was a professional American football offensive lineman for the Pittsburgh Steelers from 1960 to 1966. He played college football at Ohio State University. Dan attended Elder High School and the Center was drafted with the eight pick in the first round of the 1959 NFL Draft by the San Francisco 49ers.[1] He eventually played with the Pittsburgh Steelers and retired in the late 1960s. He then returned home to Cincinnati with his wife and children. References "1959". www.drafthistory.com. Retrieved 2019-03-24. External links Dan James at Find a Grave

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Terry McLaurin

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Terry McLaurin

Terry McLaurin (born September 15, 1995) is an American football wide receiver for the Washington Redskins of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Ohio State, and was drafted by the Redskins in the third round of the 2019 NFL Draft. Early life Terry McLaurin was born in Indianapolis, Indiana on September 15, 1995. While attending Cathedral High School in 2013, McLaurin won Indiana's Mr. Football Award.[1] McLaurin was regarded as a four-star recruit, and was the 36th-highest-ranked wide receiver recruit in the class of 2014 according to the 247Sports Composite.[2] In June 2013, he announced his commitment to play football at Ohio State.[3] College career As a freshman, McLaurin appeared in six games. He recorded seven total tackles and a fumble recovery.[4] As a sophomore, he recorded 11 receptions for 114 receiving yards and two receiving touchdowns in 13 games.[5] As a junior, he recorded 29 receptions for 436 receiving yards and six receiving touchdowns in 13 games.[6] As a

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Marcus Green (defensive tackle)

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Marcus Green (defensive tackle)

Marcus Green (born September 27, 1983) is a former American football defensive tackle who is a practice squad player for the New Orleans Saints of the National Football League. He was originally signed by the New York Giants as an undrafted free agent in 2006. He played college football at Ohio State. Personal Green's younger brother, Justin, is a cornerback for the Dallas Cowboys that played collegiately for Illinois. References

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Justin Fields

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Justin Fields

Justin Skyler Fields (born March 5, 1999) is an American football quarterback for the Ohio State Buckeyes. Before transferring to Ohio State, Fields began his college career with the Georgia Bulldogs. Early years Fields attended Harrison High School in Kennesaw, Georgia. In two years as a starter for Harrison, he totaled 4,187 passing yards, 41 passing touchdowns, 2,096 rushing yards and 28 rushing touchdowns.[1] In the summer before his senior year in 2017, he attended the Elite 11 quarterback competition and was named MVP of the event.[2] After his senior season, he was named Mr. Georgia Football by the Touchdown Club of Atlanta, as well as first-team all-state.[3] In addition to football, Fields was also a standout baseball player for Harrison High.[1] Fields was rated as a five-star recruit and was the highest rated dual-threat quarterback in the class of 2018 by ESPN, Rivals.com, and 247Sports.com.[4][5][6] ESPN listed him as the top recruit overall, while Rivals and 247Sports ranked him second behind

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Dre'Mont Jones

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Dre'Mont Jones

Dre'Mont Jones (born January 5, 1997) is an American football defensive end for the Denver Broncos of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Ohio State. High school career Jones was named first-team Division-I All-Ohio and U.S. Army All-American as a senior, and graduated from Saint Ignatius High School (Cleveland) in 2015. He was a four star recruit, ranked #7 in the state of Ohio and #170 in the nation.[1] On June 18, 2014 he committed to Ohio State University to continue his football career.[2] College career For his first year of eligibility in 2015, Jones redshirted as a true freshman. During his redshirt freshman season in 2016, Jones joined Dan Wilkinson and Luke Fickell as the only freshmen defensive linemen to start 10 or more games in a season. By the end of the season, Jones racked up 52 total tackles, including 4 tackles for a loss. He earned Freshman All-America honors from the Football Writers Association of America. Jones slightly regressed during his sophomore s

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Butler By'note'

Butler B'ynote' (born September 29, 1972) is a former professional American football defensive back in the National Football League. He played college football at Ohio State University, and professionally for the Denver Broncos, Carolina Panthers, Barcelona Dragons, Orlando Predators, New York/New Jersey Hitmen and Colorado Crush. He ran on Ohio State's 4 × 400 metres relay team that set a NCAA record. B'ynote' worked at Madison Christian School in Groveport, Ohio as a computer teacher. He also served as on-air talent for the Big Ten Network football broadcasts in 2007.[1] B'ynote' also served as head football coach at his alma mater, Vashon HS from 2017 to 2018, compiling a 5-16 record.[2] B'ynote' was replaced by another Vashon alum, Will Franklin.[3] B'ynote' is an ordained reverend in the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church and started a ministry, Nu Nazion.[4] References "Transactions", Chicago Tribune, Chicago, IL, p. 7, August 8, 2007 https://www.stltoday.com/sports/high-school/football/sl

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Butler B'ynote'

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Butler B'ynote'

Butler B'ynote' (born September 29, 1972) is a former professional American football defensive back in the National Football League. He played college football at Ohio State University, and professionally for the Denver Broncos, Carolina Panthers, Barcelona Dragons, Orlando Predators, New York/New Jersey Hitmen and Colorado Crush. He ran on Ohio State's 4 × 400 metres relay team that set a NCAA record. During his playing career, he went by the spelling By'not'e because Ohio State misspelled it and he never corrected it.[1] B'ynote' worked at Madison Christian School in Groveport, Ohio as a computer teacher. He also served as on-air talent for the Big Ten Network football broadcasts in 2007.[2] B'ynote' coached track at Centennial High School. B'ynote' first became a head football coach in 2012 at Briggs High School (Columbus, Ohio).[3] In two years, Briggs went 2-18.[4][5] B'ynote' taught and coached track at Sumner High School in St. Louis. B'ynote' also served as head football coach at his alma mater, Vash

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Byron Lee (American football)

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Byron Lee (American football)

Byron Keith Lee (born September 8, 1964) is a former American football linebacker who played for two seasons in the National Football League (NFL). He played college football for Ohio State. He was drafted by the New Jersey Generals in the 1986 USFL Territorial Draft,[1] but did not sign with the team, as he was also drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the seventh round (176th overall) of the 1986 NFL Draft. He was waived by the Eagles during final roster cuts on August 19, 1986,[2] but was re-signed on October 15. He played for the Eagles in 1986 and 1987, and was an offseason member of the Los Angeles Raiders in 1988.[3] He played for the Columbus Thunderbolts of the Arena Football League in 1991. References "1986 USFL Territorial Draft Pick Transactions". ProSportsTransactions.com. Retrieved July 21, 2019. Cialini, Joe (August 19, 1986). "Three of the Philadelphia Eagles' 1986 draft choices were..." UPI. Retrieved July 21, 2019. Heisler, Mark (August 23, 1988). "Lee Is Cut by Raiders, but He T

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Jeff Okudah

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Jeff Okudah

Jeffrey Okudah is an American football cornerback for the Ohio State Buckeyes. Early years Okudah attended South Grand Prairie High School in Grand Prairie, Texas.[1][2] A five-star recruit, he committed to Ohio State University to play college football.[3][4] College career As a true freshman at Ohio State in 2017, Okudah played in all 14 games and had 17 tackles.[5][6] As a sophomore in 2018, he played in 13 games, recording 32 tackles. As a junior in 2019, he recorded his first career interception against the Miami Redhawks.[7] References Texas defensive back impresses off the field, too Say hello to the new No.1 recruit in DFW: South Grand Prairie's Jeffrey Okudah Five-star safety Jeffrey Okudah commits to Ohio State Ohio State lands commitment from five-star athlete Jeffrey Okudah https://www.dispatch.com/sports/20180404/ohio-state-football--jeffrey-okudah-has-persevered-through-pain https://www.buckeyextra.com/sports/20180915/ohio-state-tcu--buckeyes-jeffrey-okudah-has-history-wi

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Sam T. Selby

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Sam T. Selby

Sam T. Selby was an American football and basketball coach. He served as the head football coach at Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio, from 1939 to 1941.[1] He also served as Otterbein's head men's basketball coach from 1939 to 1942.[2] References "All-Time Results" (PDF). Otterbein Cardinals. Retrieved October 9, 2019. "Men's Basketball Media Guide" (PDF). Otterbein Cardinals. Retrieved October 9, 2019.

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Arthur W. Raymond

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Arthur W. Raymond

Arthur W. "Bugs" Raymond was an American football coach and player. He served as the head football coach at Ohio Northern University from 1914 to 1915, compiling a record of 8–9–1.[1] Raymond played for the Canton Bulldogs (1915) and Youngstown Patricians (1916) of the Ohio League.[2] Head coaching record Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Ohio Northern Polar Bears (Independent) (1914–1915) 1914 Ohio Northern 4–5 1915 Ohio Northern 4–4–1 Ohio Northern: 8–9–1 Total: 8–9–1 References "Ohio Northern Football Media Guide" (PDF). Ohio Northern Polar Bears. 2017. Retrieved October 19, 2019. "Arthur Raymond". Pro Football Archives. Retrieved October 16, 2019.

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Malik Harrison

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Malik Harrison

Malik Harrison is an American football linebacker for the Ohio State Buckeyes. Early years Harrison attended Walnut Ridge High School in Columbus, Ohio, where he played football and basketball.[1][2][3] On the football field, he switched between quarterback, wide receiver, running back, linebacker, and safety.[4] In 2015, his senior season, he rushed for 897 yards and 15 touchdowns while passing for 1,161 yards and eight touchdowns alongside compiling five sacks and forty tackles.[5][6] He committed to play college football at Ohio State University following his senior season.[7] College career In 2016, Harrison's freshman year at Ohio State, he appeared in 12 games. As a sophomore in 2017, he appeared in all 14 of Ohio State's games, compiling 36 tackles and two sacks.[8] In 2018, Harrison's junior season, he became a starter, and was tied for first on the team in tackles with 81 alongside adding 8.5 tackles for loss.[9][10][11] He earned All-Big Ten Conference honorable mention.[12] References htt

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Chris Chugunov

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Chris Chugunov

Chris Chugunov is an American football quarterback for Ohio State. He played high school football at Montgomery High School in Skillman, New Jersey. High school career Playing at Montgomery High School (New Jersey), Chugunov committed to West Virginia in 2014. He finished high school career with 6,308 passing yards, 47 touchdowns and 16 interceptions with five games of 300 yards or more and was ranked the No. 27 player in New Jersey by ESPN.[1] Chugunov chose West Virginia over Western Michigan, Towson, Delaware and William & Mary.[2] College career In 2015, Chugunov redshirted. As a redshirt freshman at West Virginia, Chugunov played in three games, completing only two passes. His debut game was against Missouri in 2016. The following year, he served as the primary backup against Will Grier. He got the starting nod during two games during that season against Texas and Oklahoma. Following the 2017 season, Chugunov decided to transfer to Ohio State, after he had graduated from WVU with a bachelor's

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Chris Olave

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Chris Olave

Chris Olave is an American football wide receiver for Ohio State. He played high school football at Mission Hills High School in San Marcos, California. High school career Playing at Mission Hills High School, Olave committed to Ohio State on January 28, 2018, choosing the Buckeyes over UCLA, USC, and Utah. As a high school prospect, Olave earned a four-star rating from 247Sports.com and was ranked as the nation's No. 54 wide receiver. He was recruited by Ryan Day. [1] During his Senior season, he caught 93 passes for 1,764 yards and 26 touchdowns. Olave was also successful in Track and field running a 10.8 100-meter dash and jumped 23'6" in the Long jump.[2] College career As a freshman at Ohio State, Olave played on both offense and special teams. He was able to haul in 12 catches for 197 yards and three touchdowns during his debut season. During the 2018 match up against Michigan, Olave was able to bring in two touchdowns and block a punt in the 62-39, Ohio State win. The following week in the 2018 Bi

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Rod Gerald

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Rod Gerald

Rod Gerald was a quaterback for the Ohio State Buckeyes from 1975–1977, before switching to play wide receiver in 1978. High School Career Gerald attended South Oak Cliff High School in Dallas, Texas where he was named as an all-Texas quarterback. He was recruited heavily by several schools in Southern conferences and strongly considered signing with Tennessee before being recruited by Woody Hayes. Following a trip to Columbus, Ohio for the annual Michigan-Ohio State Rivalry Gerald signed with the Buckeyes.[1] College Career As a freshman, Gerald was behind Cornelius Greene in the depth chart. While he did see some on-field action, his production was limited to 16 rushing attempts and two passing attempts. He did manage to rush for three touchdown in his debut season.[2] In his Sophomore season, Gerald became the starting quarterback for Ohio State. He started the season off 4-1-1 and ranked in the top ten in the nation. During the first quarter in the game against Purdue, Gerald was carted off the field

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Shaun Wade (American football)

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Shaun Wade (American football)

Shaun Wade is an American football cornerback for the Ohio State Buckeyes. Early years Wade attended Trinity Christian Academy in Jacksonville, Florida.[1] As a senior he was the USA Today High School Football Player of the Year and won the Lockheed Martin defensive back of the year awarded by the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. A five-star recruit, he committed to Ohio State University to play college football.[2] College career After redshirting his first year at Ohio State in 2017, Wade played in all 14 games in 2018. He finished the season with 31 tackles and three interceptions.[3][4] He returned to Ohio State his redshirt sophomore year in 2019.[5][6][7] References Busy season just beginning for Trinity star Shaun Wade https://www.jacksonville.com/sports/2016-12-12/trinity-s-shaun-wade-stays-true-ohio-state-pledge Shaun Wade too versatile to be pigeonholed into one spot Shaun Wade working to master multiple roles in Ohio State secondary Ohio State Buckeyes: Shaun Wade’s versatility ano

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Jordan Fuller

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Jordan Fuller

Jordan Fuller is an American football safety for the Ohio State Buckeyes. Earl life and high school Fuller was born to to Bart Fuller and Cindy Mizelle. His mother is a professional touring singer who has performed with Bruce Springsteen, the Rolling Stones, Whitney Houston and Luther Vandross, among others.[1] He grew up in Norwood, New Jersey and attended Northern Valley Regional High School at Old Tappan. He played multiple positions for the Golden Knights and was named the Gatorade Player of the Year for New Jersey and the State Player of the Year by NJ.com as a senior after rushing for 747 yards and 10 touchdowns, catching 33 passes for 886 yards and five touchdowns and throwing for 135 yards on offense and making 44 tackles and intercepting six passes on defense.[2] College career Fuller played in all 13 of the Buckeyes games as a true freshman, playing mostly on special teams with 71 snaps played on defense and making 11 tackles.[3] Fuller was named Ohio State's starting safety going into his sopho

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Damon Arnette

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Damon Arnette

Damon Arnette is an American football cornerback for the Ohio State Buckeyes. Early years and high school Arnette was born in Dallas, Texas and moved to Fort Lauderdale, Florida when he was two years old.[1] He attended St. Thomas Aquinas High School, where he played linebacker and wide receiver for the Raiders.[2] He was named honorable mention Class 8A-7A-6A All-County as a senior and helped lead the team to a state championship. Rated a three-star recruit, Arnette originally committed to play college football at South Carolina during the summer going into his senior year before changing his commitment to Ohio State on national signing day.[3] College career Arnette redshirted his true freshman season after a bone chip was discovered in his tibia during training camp.[2] He played in 13 of Ohio State's games the following season as a key reserve at defensive back and recorded 21 tackles with one interception.[4] As a redshirt sophomore, Arnette started 12 of the Buckeyes 14 games and led the team's corn

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