Curator Melissa Wolfe talks about the inspiration we can all take away from the Columbus Museum of Arts newest exhibition showcasing the work of home town hero George Bellows. George Bellows and the American Experience through January 4, 2014. This exhibition follows on the heels of a major retrospective of the artist organized by the [...]
The NCAA has charged the OSU football program with additional violations resulting from a booster overpaying players for work they performed.
After last week’s loss to Miami and the off –the-field problems, have you already lost hope for a successful OSU football season?
The Ohio State football program had a chance to defend itself against the NCAA on Friday in the memorabilia-for-tattoos scandal that forced out head coach Jim Tressel and quarterback Terrelle Pryor.
Ohio State officials will be in Indianapolis Friday to talks with the NCAA’s Committee on Infractions.
The Ohio State University Department of Athletics has vacated all football wins during the 2010 season, including the 2011 Sugar Bowl victory. The move was part of Ohio State formal response to the NCAA’s Notice of allegations received by the university in April.
Ohio State University leadership today broke its silence on allegations of wrongdoing in the school’s football program. The NCAA is investigating whether former coach Jim Tressel and a handful of players violated rules and possibly put the university at risk of sanctions.
Jim Tressel is out as Ohio State University’s football coach. Jim Tressel today resigned as the NCAA investigates the Buckeyes for possible rules violations.
Ohio State students had varied reactions to the announcement of Coach Jim Tressel’s resignation.
Even though both of Ohio State University’s basketball teams lost their tournament games over the weekend, university administrators and tourism officials in Columbus are still active. As WOSU’s Steve Brown reports, they’re preparing a bid to get more tournament games in Columbus.
The eyes of sports fans around the country are turning to crowded gyms and scribbled brackets this week with the tip-off of the men’s NCAA basketball tournament. Columbus is no exception.