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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 Kickoff Countdown Celebrates 7

Hey there Buckeye fans. Today we celebrate the No. 7 and there’s no better way to do it than to set the Way Back Machine to Oct. 13, 1984, when OSU beat Illinois by a touchdown, 45-38. That’s right: The Keith Byars Game. Early on, it looked like it would be an Orange Crush as […]

Former Buckeyes and Their Apologies

The idea of this article came to me this past weekend as I was trying to keep up with my timeline on Twitter. There were obviously a ton of former Buckeyes playing in preseason NFL games and the tweets that were the most intriguing to me were the ones in support of Terrelle Pryor. Bear […]

Is It Time To Ban Silver Bullet Points? That's Debatable

May’s second midweek madness gets existential. The big story of the day was the “discussion” about the future of our favorite sport- more on that after the jump. Buckeye 411 Sandman. Freak of Nature.  The guys at CBS Sports have taken a look across the college football landscape, and identified the physical specimen that we […]

Dropping a deuce – Part Four – Cris Carter

Two days before kickoff.  48 hours.  Are you ready? In keeping with the tradition of our countdown format, we bring you a player who has worn #2 for the Buckeyes.  But Jeebus, who to pick????  Oh, the hell with it…..let’s just do a series of our #2 legends! Our final honoree of the day, the […]

John Borton is finally in the Hall Of Fame

Nearly three years ago, I began this blog for multiple reasons, all of which had to do with my love of Ohio state football. One of those reasons, as I stated in my inaugural post, was a quarterback from the 50’s named John Borton. In the mid-to-late 80s, I became friends with a wonderful person […]

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