Former Ohio State player dies in fire
Former Ohio State defensive back De'van Bogard died in an apartment fire Tuesday in Elyria, Ohio.
Bogard, 27, was a member of Urban Meyer's first recruiting class at Ohio State out of Glenville High School in Cleveland. He was the first player in that 2012 class to earn the removal of his black helmet stripe, signifying fullfledged status on the team.
Bogard's promising career was derailed by knee injuries in three consecutive seasons. He played in 22 career games for the Buckeyes, including six in the 2014 national championship season before he was injured.
LOUISIANA LAFAYETTE 41, APPALACHIAN STATE 13: Levi Lewis threw for one touchdown and ran for another, Chris Smith added two rushing scores and Louisiana-Lafayette eased by Appalachian State on Tuesday night in a nationally televised game.