It amazes me that each week this article can feed off of tBBC Awards. There’s a lot going on in the world of Ohio State football after the midway point of the regular season and we have some new people to talk about. Shout out to Ken and Doty Sr. for jumping in this week. […]
Once again we’re joined by a B1G Blogger, Kevin McGuire from our Bloguin Brothers at Nittany Lion’s Den. We checked in with his site yesterday… you wouldn’t believe the crazy things he asked us. Here’s his thoughts on Saturday’s game… be sure to
It’s getting real now. Penn State on the road followed by a scrimmage against Illinois then The Game Jr., vs. Michigan State. Time to see what Ohio State is made of. Or would that be, time to see of what Ohio State is made? Either way, OSU’s offense is on a roll and the defense […]
Oy. That’s about all I can say at this point. Northwestern let me down again and I sit seven games behind Ken in my quest to repeat as the Pick ‘Em champion. I’m not giving up. It ain’t over yet. But I do have my work cut out for me. Ken was perfect last week, […]
Time for our weekly check in with college football officiating. We could have chosen the “big play of the week” or even an entire game to discuss, but we chose to take a look at a play that ended Cal’s upset bid of UCLA in Memorial Stadium (Horseshoe West):
We’re joined this week by former Ohio State point guard Kelvin Ransey, who has played with and against some of the best basketball players in college and pro basketball history.
Isiah Thomas, Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, and Kevin McHale just begin the list of players that the former Macomber High School product has played against.
Yet the true story of the Toledo product isn’t just about who was on the court with him.
Plain and simplyHe might be one of the most underrated player in Buckeye history.
The floor general that Eldon Miller put his trust in from day one is 2nd all-time in field goals made at Ohio State.
His name appears fifth on the school’s all-time scoring list.
More importantly, Ransey was a key cog in putting Buckeye basketball back on the map.
We’re so glad to be able to share the story of the 4th overall pick in the 1980 NBA Draft.
After six seasons in the Association, Kelvin Ransey left on his own terms. And now for 29 years, instead of assisting his teammates on the court, he’s delivering the word of god.
With the lord as his head coach, Ransey has learned that not only is he a floor general on the court.
He’s a point guard for the congregation and community.
Thanks for listening and as always you can find the show on iTunes. Clair and I will be back tomorrow to prepare you for Penn State and Ohio State on Saturday.
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