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Ohio State defensive end Nick Bosa withdrew from school to prepare for the NFL draft, a move that made sense to another former Buckeyes player. Running back Maurice Clarett agreed with his decision and broke it down on the TMZ Sports TV show... [Read More]
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Doug Lesmerises is joined by guest co-host Chad Peltier to break down the end of Bosa's career and what it means for the defense heading to Purdue this week. COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Nick Bosa's college career ended this week, as Bosa's family told Urban Meyer that he's focusing on rehabbing his injury, and then preparing for the NFL Draft, rather than attempting to return to Ohio State late in the season, or maybe for bowl season. So what now? On the latest episode of Buckeye Talk from cleveland.com, I am joined by... [Read More]
R.J. McIntosh was out much longer than expected when Giants made him 2018 NFL Draft 5th-round pick. What comes next? [Read More]
Ohio State defensive end Nick Bosa will not try to return to his team after rehabbing from a core muscle injury, the school announced on Tuesday. It's a smart business decision from Bosa, who is widely projected as the top prospect in the 2019 NFL Draft. "I was hopeful that Nick would be able to return to play again for us," head coach Urban Meyer said in a statement released by the school. "I know this was an extremely difficult and emotional decision for Nick and his family, and I wish him well as he moves on to get... [Read More]
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A recent phenomenon in college football is potential high NFL Draft picks sitting out their team's bowl games. That was taken to a new level Tuesday when news broke that Ohio State defensive end Nick Bosa is withdrawing from school to focus on healing from a core muscle injury suffered last month... [Read More]
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Ohio State's superstar pass-rusher is making the right decision to focus on the NFL Draft... [Read More]
Yahoo Sports' Pat Forde and Amanda Borges discuss the defensive lineman's decision to leave school - and why the potential top-5 pick in the NFL draft may be following a recent trend. [Read More]
Injured defensive end Nick Bosa has decided to leave school to focus on getting ready for the NFL draft in the spring, Ohio State said Tuesday. The junior All-American from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., had four sacks this season before he suffered a core-muscle injury Sept. 15 in the third game. He had surgery five days later. Considered one of the best players in college football, Bosa had left no doubt that he would leave school after this season to enter the draft. He planned to follow the same path as his older brother, Joey, who left... [Read More]
Ohio State defensive end Nick Bosa and his family apparently have decided to focus on the next phase of his football career, which means his emphasis will be on training for the 2019 NFL draft once he is cleared to do so, several sources told The Dispatch.That means he will not try to return to play for the Buckeyes this season. [Read More]
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Urban Meyer and the Ohio State Buckeyes received tough news Tuesday as star defensive lineman Nick Bosa 's college career has reportedly come to an end... [Read More]
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What the Buckeyes will do without their best defensive player, and what Bosa was hoping for this season. COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Nick Bosa's college career is over, his core muscle injury suffered against TCU, and subsequent surgery, leading Bosa to decide to focus on rehab and getting ready for the NFL Draft, rather than trying to return to college football season. Here's what the means the Bosa and Buckeyes. 1. Some fans will hate this decision. Some fans will hate what this says about college football. No one is trying to change anyone's... [Read More]
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In Detroit, Eric Ebron was a draft bust. Chosen with the 10th overall pick in the 2014 NFL draft, Ebron never became the kind of tight end the Lions thought he would be, and this year they let him go rather than paying him his fifth-year option salary. [Read More]
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With so much money awaiting him as one of the top picks in the 2019 NFL draft, why risk injury? [Read More]
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Nick Bosa had four sacks, a fumble recovery for a touchdown and a forced fumble that resulted in a touchdown before his injury.        ... [Read More]
Ohio State junior defensive end Nick Bosa will withdraw from school to rehab an injury and prepare for the 2019 NFL Draft, the school announced Tuesday. [Read More]
The All-American's injury back in September against TCU will sideline him for the rest of the season. [Read More]
Injured defensive end Nick Bosa has decided to leave to school to focus on getting ready for the NFL draft in the spring, Ohio State said Tuesday. The junior All-American from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, already had four sacks this season when he suffered a core muscle injury on Sept. 15 in the third... [Read More]
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Nick Bosa has a very real chance to be the No. 1 pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. The defensive end from St. Thomas Aquinas was an All-American as a …... [Read More]
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The All-American will no longer play college football after suffering an abdominal injury against TCU in week three. Watch video COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Ohio State defensive end Nick Bosa will no longer play for the Buckeyes, as the junior defensive end announced Tuesday that he will focus on recovering from an abdominal injury and preparing for the NFL Draft. The All-American was injured in week three against TCU and has missed the last four weeks. He was scheduled for a checkup on his injury on Tuesday, and the news about his decision... [Read More]
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Let us know how far you think Ohio State will go this season now that Nick Bosa will not come back. COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Ohio State has played most of its 2018 season without Nick Bosa, who suffered an abdominal injury in Week 3 vs. TCU. He won't be coming back after he announced on Tuesday that he will withdraw from the school in order to get healthy for the 2019 NFL Draft. Bosa was the team's only returning All-American, and he is a contender to be the No. 1 pick in... [Read More]
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