By Jim Baird | AM Football Briefing | Friday, September 30
A WEIRD WEEK FOR SCHIANO: It’s been a weird week for co-defensive coordinator Greg Schiano. Wednesday Schiano was issued a ticket stemming from a minor accident last week where he hit a student on a bike with his car. Saturday Schiano lines up against a Rutgers program that he served as head coach for from 2001-2011. Bill Rabinowitz on the strange days for Schiano.
FORMER TSUN TE COMMIT VISITS SATURDAY: Four-star class of 2018 tight end Leonard Taylor will visit OSU Saturday. A Springfield, Ohio native — the 6-6, 260 Taylor decommitted from the Wolverines over the summer and has been linked with Ohio State ever since. Caleb Houser previews the visit and the recruiting weekend on tap.
TALES FROM THE HOOP – THAD MATTA HAS GAME: Ohio State unveiled it’s new basketball jerseys Thursday. Who better to model them than Thad ‘terror of the hardwood’ Matta? PHOTO.
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