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New Book Covers Ohio State's Legacy Of Legends

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 […]

tBBC Legends: The Best Buckeye

Some articles are no-brainers and most of the time they definitely write themselves. What more can be said about The Buckeye Bullet that hasn’t already been written? For sure my opinion, but everything else has been covered here JesseOwens.com. This is the first in a two part series (or maybe more because of cohorts responses?) that […]

Silver Bullet Points Celebrates Excellence

This week we lost a musical legend and great Ohioan… so, this morning’s soundtrack should help you get through the middle of your workweek. Buckeye 411 Net Success- Congrats to the Tennis-Bucks, who won this year’s NCAA Indoor Championship earlier this week. In doing so, Ohio State defeated top ranked Virginia (who hadn’t lost in […]

Silver Bullet Points Keeps Shoveling

You’re either reading this from home on a “ice day”, or from work after having dug yourself out of yet another mid-week snow storm.  Stupid freaking groundhog…  At any rate, here’s today’s soundtrack… for reasons that will hopefully soon be evident. Buckeye 411 Thank You, CB2- Sad news this week for Buckeye Senior and site […]

tBBC Preview: Rose Bowl – Michigan State vs. Stanford

Yeah… we’re wistful. But still, here’s the rundown Michigan State (11-1, 9-0 B1G) vs Stanford (11-2, 7-2 PAC12) January 1st, 2014  5:00 PM EST ESPN It’s the 100th Rose Bowl game and this years rendition of the classic features two similar teams that play an old fashioned “defense and run” style of game. Can the […]

tBBC Kickoff Countdown Celebrates 8

In today’s edition, we celebrate number 8, the Ohio State’s margin of victory over Penn State on September 20th, 1975, 17- 9. This game in Columbus, was the 1st between Woody Hayes and Joe Paterno. As you’d imagine, this was a defense-dominant game. The Buckeye took an early 7-0 lead, then alternated FG’s with Penn […]

tBBC Kickoff Countdown Celebrates 61

Since I’m visiting family in Oregon this week (more Wednesday), it only makes sense that our 61 is the total score of the 1974 OSU battle, where THE Ohio State University overwhelmed the Oregon State University 51-10. The Buckeyes were led, of course, by the eventual Heisman Trophy winner- Archie Griffin. Over 86 thousand packed […]

Silver Bullet Points Loves The Nightlife

Welcome to Wednesday, the first of May… it’s officially grilling season (unless you live in California, where it’s always that time). Here’s today’s soundtrack; if you don’t know why, then… well… keep reading. Buckeye 411 Is The Right Time- The ABC/ESPN/Disney schedule for college football came out on Monday, the the Buckeyes will get to […]

Silver Bullet Points Has Read The Published Reports

Another Wednesday, another mainstream media member making less than accurately informed statements about issues they think they understand… Buckeye 411 Hall? Maybe- This week, Jordan Hall was cleared physically to play by the OSU medical staff, but the jury is still out on how “ready” he is- game speed, etc. Tuesday was a testing day, […]

Behind Enemy Lines: Gameday In Lincoln

Next to last set of sights from Nebraska- mostly focusing on the events pre-game. This may read like a letter from your aunt on vacation… remember, sometimes she has good things to say.  Oh, and yes, I’ll talk about the game itself a bit later… once my therapist says it’s OK. I arrived at the […]

Meet The Buckeyes: 2011 Media Day Photos

Today was the media and family day in the Horseshoe, and as always Josh Winslow brings us the best photos from the event. While the full gallery is great, here are some photos that really stood out for us:

Jesse Owens: BTN Icon #3

Like the rest of the Buckeye Intertrons, our flabber is significantly ghasted with the news that the Big Ten Network’s top four conference “Icons” rank out as follows: Red Grange (Illinois) Magic Johnson (Michigan State) Jesse Owens (Ohio State) Archie Griffin (Ohio State) Yup, seems as if someone spilled a little Rotel into their ranking […]

Number nine… number nine…

Let’s talk legacy, shall we?  You think this year’s #9 has anything to live up to? Not only is he at the university where his dad works, playing on the field where his dad won two Heisman Trophies (only one with two- suck it, Tebow!), when he looks at his number he sees 4+5. Yeah, […]

The Easiest Countdown Day of the Year: 45 to go!

For some nice background on why Archie Griffin is the greatest, check out  this post from the guys over at Eleven Warriors. 5,589 rushing yards and 31 straight 100 yard games, yeah, good stuff. I also threw in some Katzenmoyer in for good measure. Bad ass linebackers, Ohio State has got them.

Symbolism completely escapes Michigan fans

I’ve gotta admit, I’ve been on a bit of a tear against Michigan fans lately.  I feel a bit guilty about it. Screw them, here’s more. Today, MGoBlog posted a story about an old van painted to look like a Michigan helmet, that has been autographed by dozens of the greatest Michigan players/coaches you could […]

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