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2014 NFL Draft: Carlos Hyde vs. Chris Borland

Brett Kollmann digs through Wisconsin's loss to Ohio State and breaks down what made 2014 NFL Draft prospects Carlos Hyde and Chris Borland two of college football's most dangerous men, especially when playing against each other.

2014 NFL Draft: UW-OSU Second Half Scouting Notes

Brett Kollmann of Battle Red Blog goes through every snap of the second half of Wisconsin's showdown with Ohio State to scout some of the nation's top draft prospects in advance of the 2014 NFL Draft.

2014 NFL Draft: UW - OSU First Half Scouting Notes

Brett Kollmann of Battle Red Blog goes through every snap of the first half of Wisconsin's showdown with Ohio State to scout some of the nation's top draft prospects in advance of the 2014 NFL Draft.

2014 NFL Draft: Scouting Notes for MSU-OSU

Brett Kollmann of Battle Red Blog goes through every snap of the Big Ten Championship game to scout some of the nation's top draft prospects in advance of the 2014 NFL Draft.

INP: OSU WEARS DOWN IOWA

Hawkeyes hang tough but not for long enough.

Booster Admits Role In Charity Payments

"A Cleveland-area businessman and Ohio State booster accepts responsibility for the payments that three football players received while attending a fundraiser staged by a charity led by his son-in-law. Though stopping short of saying he provided the $200 cash payments, Robert "Bobby" DiGeronimo confirmed to The Dispatch that he played a pivotal role in the payments that led to the players’ suspensions for violations of NCAA rules."

Ohio State Suspends Travis Howard, Jordan Hall, and Corey Brown

COLUMBUS, Ohio— As part of its continued work with the NCAA to resolve any remaining football compliance issues, Ohio State today announced that it has self-reported violations involving three student-athletes. That review has led to junior running back Jordan Hall, sophomore defensive back Corey Brown, and junior defensive back Travis Howard disclosing that they had received impermissible benefits of $300 or less each in total at a charity event they attended earlier in the year. Consistent with past practice, the university immediately reviewed this information and self-reported the infractions to the NCAA and the Big Ten. In accordance with NCAA regulations, the university will not permit them to participate in the Sept. 3 game versus Akron. Although Ohio State has filed for their reinstatement for the remainder of the 2011 season, the university also is considering institutional sanctions for these student-athletes. Athletics Director Gene Smith said, "We take this matter seriously. Our commitment to institutional integrity is steadfast, and we must hold everyone associated with our athletics programs accountable for lapses in judgment. We believe in transparency with the NCAA, all regulatory bodies and all of Buckeye Nation." This is getting real old.

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