Dom Tiberi shares photos, interviews with former players on Buckeye Cruise for Cancer

Darius Rucker performs on the 2020 Buckeye Cruise for Cancer. (Dom Tiberi)

The Buckeye Cruise for Cancer wrapped on Friday after a week of raising money for cancer research.

During that time, 10TV's Dom Tiberi caught up with several notable people from the Ohio State Buckeyes, including former coach Urban Meyer.

WATCH: Urban Meyer talks cancer research, Ohio State's season ahead of Buckeye Cruise for Cancer

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Dom also spoke with former Ohio State linebacker Joshua Perry, who talked about the team's future and what the cruise really means.

Keith Byars, a former fullback and tight end for the NFL and running back for Buckeyes, said this is his third time on the cruise and that the cause has great meaning to him personally.

A.J. Hawk, who was a linebacker for Ohio State and the NFL, said he enjoys seeing everyone on the cruise and is optimistic for the Buckeye's future on the field.

Billy Price, a center for the Cincinnati Bengals and a former Ohio State football player, said he looks forward to potentially see Heisman-winner Joe Burrow and a reunion of Buckeyes in Cincinnati.

Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell said this was his first Buckeye Cruise, and the former Ohio State Buckeye felt the excitement.

And this was Jake Ballard's eighth year aboard the Buckeye Cruise. The former NFL and Ohio State tight end said the 2019 season for the Buckeyes was truly something special.

Dom also documented his time on the cruise with pictures.


Darius Rucker also performed for the cruise. You can watch part of that here:

In all, the Buckeye Cruise raised $4.25 million in its fight against cancer — $1 million more than last year.