Scarlet Sunrise: Master Teague earns Master’s acceptance from Ohio State

Spencer Holbrook8 months
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Master Teague has a chance to take over the running back job. (Birm/Lettermen Row)

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Master Teague earns Master’s acceptance from Ohio State

Master Teague has a chance to be the lead starting running back on one of the best teams in college football this fall.

He will also have a chance to earn a Master’s degree in the process. Teague was accepted into the Master of Architecture program at Ohio State on Wednesday. The two-time Ohio State scholar athlete has a huge opportunity to play a key role in the Buckeyes offense as they break in a new quarterback and feature a loaded wide receiver room. Teague can be a massive part of the offense with another impressive offseason.

But football isn’t the only area Teague is excelling right now. He’s off to graduate school at Ohio State, on his way to earning a Master’s degree.

Big Ten revises conference football schedule

The dates of all nine of Ohio State’s 2021 conference games — and the path to a fifth-straight conference crown — have been shuffled around and are now official.

The four-time reigning Big Ten champs will open conference play in Week One at Minnesota on a Thursday night, Sept. 2, before playing three nonconference games. That all remained the same from the original schedule. But most of the conference games have changed dates, otherwise.

Ohio State will travel to Rutgers on Oct. 2, a date that originally had the Buckeyes traveling to Nebraska. The road trip to Lincoln won’t happen until the first week of November. The high-anticipated home game against Penn State has also changed dates; the Buckeyes will now face the Nittany Lions on Oct. 30 instead of Nov. 20.

Ohio State hasn’t lost a conference game since it was taken down by Purdue back in 2018. The Buckeyes officially know their path now to a fifth-consecutive Big Ten crown. It starts in Week One against a Big Ten West program, and it ends in Indianapolis.

For the full schedule, click here.

READ: Three takeaways as Big Ten shuffles around Ohio State schedule

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ICYMI: Lettermen Live hosted by Roosters

The offseason is in full swing as the new early enrollees are ready to get to work, and Lettermen Live is back for another big episode with plenty to discuss.

Lettermen Row senior writer Austin Ward is joined by former Buckeyes linebacker Bobby Carpenter, former Ohio State defensive lineman Michael Bennett and former Buckeyes quarterback Justin Zwick to break down the latest news at Ohio State, including what the early enrollees from the class of 2021 can expect in their first moments with the Buckeyes this spring.

They also discuss the Senior Bowl, which took place over the weekend, and how those festivities can help boost draft stocks of former Ohio State players. The crew also broke down their memories of preparing for the NFL draft after their college football careers.

As always, Lettermen Live is hosted by Roosters on Olentangy River Road in Columbus.

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