Austin Ward writes: Cornelius Greene, the first black quarterback in OSU history, made color irrelevant with his winning personality and by winning plenty of games.
Brad Bournival writes: Dual-threat quarterbacks are now the order of the day in Columbus.
Josh Moyer writes: Defensive tackle Thomas Holley, a 2014 prospect out of New York, has played only eight varsity games, but you wouldn’t know it from his offer list.
Moyer writes: Four days out from spring break, here are four fearless predictions including who will start at quarterback in the opener and which run-on will crack the lineup.
Michael Rothstein writes: The journey of safety Jordan Kovacs from walk-on to starter to captain will live on in Michigan lore.
Rothstein writes: Kovacs had a stellar pro day, including winning dinner off Denard Robinson.