CINCINNATI (AP) — Joe Burrow didn't want to be a quarterback.
When the Bengals star signal-caller started out in football as a third-grader, he reasoned that since there wasn't much passing at that level he'd get more action and contact as a running back or receiver.
Ohio coach Frank Solich had one of the great second acts in college football history.
After a six-year stint as Tom Osborne's replacement at Nebraska was deemed good but not good enough, Solich returned to his home state and led a downtrodden Ohio football program to 16 years of unprecedented success.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Ohio quarterback Nathan Rourke is projected to be the top quarterback taken in the Canadian Football League draft this spring. He’s pretty good at the American collegiate version, too...