The CFB #3 Ohio State Buckeyes B1G East (8-0, 4-0) took on the Golden Gophers B1G West (4-4, 1-3). Ohio State demolished Rutgers 49-7* in their previous game while Minnesota red zone offense lollygagged their way to a loss against Michigan 26-29 last week. Even without Minnesota’s Coach Jerry, for the Buckeyes, this was still […]
(Here is an article from guest writer Brandon from The Islands. I hope that you enjoy it as much as I do.) HOW FIRM THY FRIENDSHIP It is something that is embedded into your make up as a young child growing up in Ohio or as a supplanted Buckeye family. It is really hard for anyone […]
The defending National Champions are off to a 2-0 start in their title defense, with their latest win a 38-0 win over the Hawai’i Rainbow Warriors. You’ve hopefully read Eric’s and listened to Joe’s & Patrick’s recaps. You’ve read some of Urban’s thoughts on the game. And, for those of you who couldn’t make it […]
This week we’re counting down the greatest Buckeye linebackers of all time. Number 2 on our list is a man that Woody Hayes labeled as the best linebacker to ever play for him. A two time All-American who finished in the top six in the 1973 Heisman Race. He’s also a College Football Hall of Famer, and in my opinion, the best player not to be elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
#2 on our countdown is the leader of the infamous “Orange Crush” Defense, Randy Gradishar.
This week we’re counting down the greatest Buckeye linebackers of all time. Number 3 on our Top Five this week is the 2006 Nagurski Award winner as the best defensive player in the country and was also a three-time All-American.
#3 on our countdown is the “Little Animal,” James Laurinaitis.
The Buckeye Sports Radio Top Five rolls on this Tuesday with a look at the number four linebacker of all-time at Ohio State University. A man that was a two time Fiesta Bowl MVP, a three time first team ALL-B1G selection, an All-American as as Senior and the 2005 Lombardi Trophy winner.
#4 — A.J. Hawk
You can brag all you want Penn State fans about being ‘Linebacker U.’ The fact of the matter is there is a school within the conference that can more than rival your long history.
Some of the best linebackers in conference history have played for The Ohio State Buckeyes. Year after year, coach after coach, All-Americans have continuously made their way through the tunnel at Ohio Stadium.
Our countdown begins with our #5 Linebacker of All-Time — Tom Cousineau.
This week’s Top 5 countdown takes a look at the best quarterbacks to play for Ohio State. Today we focus on a former Buckeye signal-caller who led OSU to an undefeated season and a consensus national championship in 1968.
Our #2 QB — Rex Kern
This week’s Top 5 countdown takes a look at the best quarterbacks to play for Ohio State. Today, we focus on a former Buckeye signal-caller who set school records for completions and touchdown passes
Ohio State football has had a rich history filled with some of the most talented athletes to play the game of football. This week, we’re counting down the Top 5 running backs in Ohio State history. Here’s No. 1 — Archie Griffin.
Ohio State football has had a rich history filled with some of the most talented athletes to play the game of football. This week, we’re counting down the Top 5 running backs in Ohio State history. Here’s No. 2 — Eddie George.
Ohio State football has had a rich history filled with some of the most talented athletes to play the game of football. This week, Buckeye Sports Radio is counting down the Top 5 running backs in Ohio State history. Here’s No. 3 on our list — Chic Harley.
Ohio State football has had a rich history filled with some of the most talented athletes to play the game of football. This week, Buckeye Sports Radio is counting down the Top 5 running backs in Ohio State history. Here’s No. 4 on our list — Keith Byars.
Here we are, the 1st Championship via the CFB Playoffs. Here was #2 Oregon playing #4 Ohio State for THE championship. Did it follow the script of the last time these teams met, the 2010 Rose Bowl? We have a winner, as Ohio State overcame 4 turnovers to beat Oregon 42-20 to claim the National […]
I have a few additional thoughts about Saturday’s win in the Big Ten Championship game. To be blunt; this was an epic ass-kicking. Wisconsin was never in this game. Ohio State’s starters and relievers pitched a shut-out, 59-0. It was truly, a satisfying game. I admit that I’d projected WI to sneak out a 3-4 point […]
This weekend, the Ohio State Varsity “O” Hall of Fame inducts it’s 23rd class. One of the honorees is Massillon native Bob Vogel, an All-American offensive lineman that played in the early 60’s, then as a 1st round pick (5th overall) earned 5 Pro Bowl honors with the Baltimore Colts. Before we get started, let’s […]
The wait is now under 3 weeks. In fact, we are exactly 17 days away from the Buckeyes kicking off 2014 in Baltimore against Navy. The most asked question going around seems to be “So, how do you think they’ll do this year?” I’ve thought about it over and over, and I keep coming up […]
We draw yet another week closer to kickoff. I’m so ready for football that on Sunday I caught myself watching an ESPNU rebroadcast of Auburn vs Georgia. Do you know what else happened on Sunday? The Buckeyes reported for camp! It’s here. It’s also Wednesday, let’s rumble! #BuckeyesAfterDark Looking over the upcoming 2014 schedule, it’s […]
When all is said and done, and the dust has settled on the 2014 Ohio State Football season, one question will still remain unanswered for Buckeye nation. Once all the bullets have stopped flying, all of the bowl games finished, and we crown a national champion finally via a playoff, there will still be one […]
Sure, this is the first year of the new East and West Divisions for the conference, but Buckeye Sports Bulletin’s Mark Rea helps Ohio State fans recall the true leaders and legends of the university’s proud football tradition. In a new book entitled “The Legends: Ohio State Buckeyes; The Men, The Deeds, The Consequences”, Rea […]