This time a week ago, the question posed here concerning Ohio State football recruiting was how Urban Meyer was going to stuff a burgeoning class into the 18 slots known to be available in 2015. Some of the answers came to light this week.
The family of senior walk-on Ohio State University football player Kosta Karageorge has reported him missing after he left his apartment early Wednesday and has not been heard from. His sister Sophia Karageorge said yesterday that Karageorge, a defensive tackle who wrestled for three years for the Buckeyes, was last seen at his apartment on E. 7th Avenue at 2 a.m. Wednesday.
Mr. Stein: Certainly no one in the Ohio State football program is going to speak honestly, if at all, about what may happen next year with J.T. Barrett and Braxton Miller on the same team. There are other priorities now.
Ohio State might have worked itself into a numbers crunch with its 2015 football recruiting class, which stands at 21 commitments, three more than the Buckeyes have openings.