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 […]
When Ohio State announced the firing of former marching band director Jonathan Waters, they also announced that they would be forming a task force led by former Ohio Attorney General Betty Montgomery which would be responsible for conducting a further investigation into the culture of the Ohio State University Marching Band. After months of investigating, […]
After a close loss at Virginia in their season opening, the Ohio State women’s basketball team got their first win of the year on Sunday when they hosted St. Francis. Tonight the Buckeyes played host to 24th ranked Georgia, look to avenge a tough road loss last season and get a winning record for the […]
There are only two weeks left in the regular season of college football. It is hard to believe how fast things have been moving. The Buckeyes return home for the final two regular season games of 2014 starting with Indiana and closing out with, as always, TTUN in The Game. We’ll talk about Minnesota, ponder […]
Headed down the streetch and within striking distance of a playoff spot, the Buckeyes did themselves some good by defeating the Gophers in one of the coldest games in college football in fifty years. The struggle was adjusting to the cold for some, but the hot nature of the level that some of them play […]
Week 12 of the college football season has come and gone and another week of shakeups and moves. Mississippi State, the number 1 team in the country, went down to Alabama, Auburn and Arizona State were eliminated from the playoff chase with losses to Georgia and Oregon State respectively, Florida State and TCU escaped road […]
The #8 (CFB) Buckeyes (9-1, 6-0) host the Hoosiers of Indiana (3-7, 0-6) Saturday for a 12:00 noon EST kickoff. Just for something different, this game will kickoff at noon EST rather than 8:00 PM. Ohio State scraped by Minnesota and Indiana got rolled by Rutgers this past Saturday. Overview: I’ll be honest, this will be […]
I’m sorry for the lack of a TBDBITL update last week but I was traveling in New Zealand for a week and Sauron apparently did not want me to have a good internet connection to upload the article. This week the TBDBITL Report is back with a special, longer version to cover everything that happened […]
In the first signficant game on the OSU schedule, the Marquette Golden Eagles (1-0) under new coach Steve Wojciechowski visited Value City Arena. Both teams put on an entertaining show, but it was clear that the Buckeyes were too much for the Eagles en route to a 74-63 win. The Buckeyes were lead in scoring […]
The Buckeyes take on their first significant opponent of the Basketball season, inviting Marquette into the Schott! Come join us for excellent basketball discussion!
This is a sponsored post by our partners at TiqIQ The Ohio State Buckeyes are geared up for their 11th season under head coach Thad Matta. After a disappointing exit in the NCAA tournament in their first game to Cinderella squad Dayton, Ohio State is ranked No. 20 in both preseason polls. The loss of […]
I have a few additional thoughts about Saturday’s win over Minnesota that I want to touch upon this morning. My immediate post-game recap tends to be a stream-of-consciousness game flow effort. Maybe I’ll add an odd opinion or two. If you need a quick refresher on who won the game, here you go. I’m being odder yet today. […]
Well, Buckeye nation I wish we could say we’ve thawed out from the Minnesota win last Saturday but clearly mother nature has other plans. Coach Urban Meyer retained his ice cold demeanor at his weekly press conference Monday and The Buckeye Battle Cry is ready to deliver an icy blast of Silver Bullet Points to […]
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 […]
OK, folks you have a few years to get shined up and lean on your Columbus friends for tickets. Per The Columbus Dispatch:
City of Columbus, Ohio State University and Nationwide Arena officials gathered tonight in the Buckeye Hall of Fame Grill to celebrate the city’s selection to host the NCAA women’s basketball Final Four in 2018.
The NCAA made the announcement on ESPN at halftime of the Kentucky-Baylor women’s game in Lexington, Ky., and drew an ovation in the Grandview restaurant.
This is a really big deal from a prestige and financial perspective for the Columbus community.
The economic impact of a Final Four reportedly generates between $18 million and $20 million for the host city. Landing the event enhances Columbus’ image as a destination for other major events.
Congratulations to all involved who brought this tournament to Columbus. Well done.