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tBBC Kickoff Countdown Celebrates 52

  In today’s edition, we celebrate number 52, another Ohio State victory over Penn State on  November 13, 2010, 38-14. This was, indeed, a tale of two very different half’s. After the Buckeyes opened up with a long drive that resulted in a FG, the offense couldn’t generate much for the balance of the 1st […]

Regular Season Review: Defensive Backs

No position went through more turmoil in 2010 than the defensive backs. They endured injuries- lots and lots of injuries, position changes, schematic changes, bad stretches in games, criticism from fans, and everything in between. Through it all, however, the secondary continued to play remarkably well. In fact, some fans might be surprised at just […]

Silver Bullet Points Don't Need No Stinking Badges

Buckeye 411 Injury Report- Shugarts foot will continue to be a problem, Stoneburner is still probable, Mike Adams has violent stomach flu. Here’s hoping that it won’t be the strain that went through the Buckeyes last year (no pun intended). Injury Report, the Sequel- When asked, Coach Tressel commented that Terrell Pryor is “ready” to […]

Ohio State Blows Away Ohio U 43-7

The Ohio Bobcats rolled into Columbus today to take on the Buckeyes and hopefully challenge them the same way that they did back in 2008.  The Buckeyes weren’t having any of it as they raced out to a 43-0 lead before giving up a late touchdown in trash time to end the game with the […]

Silver Bullet Points: Cloud of Dust Edition

Hmmm… I wonder if Woody was onto something heroic? News and notes from today’s open practice: Three Yards… And Then Some- Good news coming out of the backfield today; Boom is continuing to run with purpose and “leveling off” in ways that would make Coach Hayes proud. Berry is showing flashes of his ability and […]

Fall Practice Rundown

Fall camp always seems to produce the juiciest news of the year and this year has been no different.  For the next couple weeks I will be scouring the Buckeye-sphere for all the interesting tidbits to share. So far there has been almost nothing but good news coming out of the WHAC.  Obviously the loss […]

Spring Learnings: Defensive Backs

The loss of multi-year starters Kurt Coleman and Anderson Russell at safety combined with a spring game featuring a secondary that looked lost at times gives Ohio State fans the perfect opportunity to be concerned about something. During a summer with very few question marks on offense or defense, the secondary will certainly be a […]

Defensive Backs

For the last installment of my position breakdown series, I will look at the defensive backfield. I have good news and I have bad news. The bad news is that All-American (and arguably the best CB in the nation last year) Malcolm Jenkins is gone and “starter” Donald Washington is also gone (he was in the […]

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