The Week That Were: 11.22.14

Lotta options for our soundtrack today, so we’ll give you a number of choices to enjoy during your Monday at work. If Urban was in charge, though, it’d sound like this. In a week filled with craptastic games in the SEC, the story of the week was special moments in the special teams. It’s the […]


Shots From The ‘Shoe: Indiana

The Buckeyes started slow but found their way… here are great photos from our staff and friends who braved the ice and saw Ohio State win its third straight divisional title.

Campus Insiders: Urban Meyer On Indiana

As the Hoosiers come into town, Coach Meyer chats about the challenge of facing Tevin Coleman and JT Barrett’s development in the Ohio State system in this exclusive from the team at Campus Insiders:


Across The Web: Indiana

The Buckeyes return home on a championship chase, and welcome the boys from Bloomington to Columbus for the second straight season. Like last year’s affair, it should be a cold Saturday, but we were able to warm up Mike Miller from the Bloomington Herald Times’s awesome Hoosier Scoop Blog to come and chat with us […]

Campus Insiders: Ohio State 2015 QB Situation

It’s been a part of the buzz around the Buckeyes’ season, and now Campus Insiders’ Bonnie Bernstein, Pete Fiutak, and Matt Brown debate which Buckeye quarterback gives Ohio State the best chance to win the National Championship in 2015:


Officially Speaking: Talkin’ ‘Bout The ‘Noles

As Florida State’s impressive run towards a second undefeated season and possible second straight national title continues, they were challenged yet again early by this past Saturday. After giving up a huge lead to the Miami Hurricanes, the Seminoles began to climb back into the game with a defense that produced turnovers and an offense […]


Matthew Burrell Is A Buckeye !!!!

And the rich just keep getting richer… The Elite ’15 has grown to 21 as 4 star offensive lineman Matthew Burrell has verballed to Ohio State tonight. The 6’5″, 300 pound interior lineman was at the top of a lot of big lists, including LSU, Tennessee, Florida State, Alabama, Michigan State and Oklahoma. It was […]


The Week That Were: 11.15.14

Melvin Gordon. Melvin. Gordon. Mel. Gordo. Look, given my marital responsibilities, that’s really all I’m comfortable saying about the Wisconsin running back’s record day three quarters against Nebraska’s “Black shirt” defense in the B1G West Game of the Week. The senior (thank God) tailback’s NCAA record 408 yards were more than enough to bump the […]


Jonathon Cooper Is A Buckeye !!!

The name Jo(h)n Cooper is a familiar one to Buckeye fans, although there are still folks who only remember the Hall Of Fame coach’s record against Michigan and in Bowl Games. In the fall of 2016, Buckeye fans will need to recalibrate their memories, as Gahanna Lincoln’s standout defensive end by that same name will […]


Across The Web: Minnesota

Ohio State’s last road game is this Saturday, while their opponent will be at home for the final time in 2014. As we looked to talk Gopher, we were excited when Tyler Mason from Fox Sports North agreed to give us some insight into the great things that are happening in Minneapolis this year… well, […]


Officially Speaking: Hold That Tiger

One of the conspiracies that folks have about the Southeastern Conference is that their officials tend to make calls that prevent upsets; it doesn’t help to bite the hand that feeds you, and top ranked teams winning is good for the ratings and the conference. While Alabama’s win over LSU this past Saturday had more […]


Longsnapper Love: Bryce Haynes A Wuerffel Award Finalist

Great news out of Columbus for one of our favorite unsung Buckeyes, longsnapper Bryce Haynes. Unfortunately, it’s not an invitation to the Heisman Trophy ceremony (yet), but his nomination for the Wuerffel Award goes beyond the field of play. Given at the end of the year to the NCAA player who best “pays it forward”, […]


Ohio State Joins The Title Debate

Another great post from our Bloguin friends at The Student Section- be sure to check them out for all things college football (non-Buckeye related, that is). I’ve read Matt Zemek’s story on the need for consistency in arguments for the College Football Playoff and the options that become available with each week’s results. However, while […]


The Week That Were: 11.8.14

It’s Monday, but it’s never too early to remember those who paid the price for our freedoms. They say that November is when you play for championships. That’s certainly the case when your media partner hypes your conference in such a way that your matchups in November will all be among ranked teams, right? But […]