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Champions Deserve Silver Bullet Points

With our lead story today being what it is, of course there’ll be the obvious tie-ins for the soundtrack of today’s SBP.  If 70’s rock ain’t your thing… here’s some 80’s pop and some country instead. Buckeye 411 Pucker Up- Oh man, oh man, oh man… Kenny G is coming to LA! Sure it’s a […]

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 […]

Wednesday Night Rumble: Going Back to Cali

Before we even get started… To the football… The Buckeyes wrapped up another win on Saturday at Ohio Stadium against San Diego State to run their nations best streak to 14 games and 2-0 on the 2013 season. However, despite the relative ease on the scoreboard it was not without some tense moments and left […]

tBBC Kickoff Countdown Celebrates 53

In today’s edition, we celebrate number 53, specifically Ohio State’s thrilling 28-25 win over the Penn State Nittany Lions in Beaver Stadium on  October 7th, 1995. Ohio State had some late game heroics the previous week to beat Lou Holtz’s Notre Dame team. Late in the 4th quarter, the Buckeyes trailed 25-21. At this point, […]

tBBC Kickoff Countdown Celebrates 71

With 71 days left until the season, it’s time to celebrate a 71 point game. I wonder which we should choose… Well duh. By the 1980’s Ohio State and Notre Dame, two of the best historical football programs in the country, had only faced off twice in history. Both of those games, played in 1935 […]

It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Silver Bullet Points

Interesting Tuesday in college sports, to say the least. We’ll get to all the movers and shakers, but first a little traveling music. Buckeye 411 Out In The Cold- Monday’s Heisman announcement that Braxton Miller would not be getting an invite to the Downtown Athletic Club in New York spurred a mixed bag of emotions […]

Ohio State vs. Wisconsin in Pictures

As usual, friend of tBBC Josh Winslow was in The Horseshoe Saturday night to bring us some outstanding photos of the game. Here are some of our favorites, and make sure to check out the rest at his site.   Click here for many more pictures from the game.

Silver Bullet Points Preps For A Night Hunt

Tuesday’s update from the Ohio State press conference and the rest of college football news… Buckeye 411 Getting Deep- Interesting notes from the depth chart this week: Boom is #1 with Hall/Hyde behind him. Miller is QB1, with Guiton OR Bauserman, although Fickell said that Kenny G has been getting more of the snaps in […]

Silver Bullet Points Misfires

A quick update of sorts:  Sorry for the sketchy coverage over the past few days; we’re having an ongoing debate with the owners of the intertubes. Actually, we’ve got a couple of big things we’re working on that should make your Buckeye experience a lot more enjoyable. Thanks for being patient with us… Here’s the […]

Light Housekeeping

Couple of “in house” notes today- If you haven’t, check out the work the Jim has done with his recruiting pages for 2011 and 2012 up on our main menu bar. It’s a fantastic look at both the commitments and targets for the upcoming classes, and connects you with the Buckeye Planet Recruiting Team’s thoughts […]

Dropping a deuce – Part Three – Mike Doss

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! Part 3 belongs to a guy from […]

Raymont Harris – Day #34

Raymont Harris graduated from the Ohio State University in the Top 5 of all-time Buckeye running backs. His 2,649 yards were mostly from bowling over defenders, and generally proving the cliche’ about “running downhill”. Since his departure from Columbus, five more backs have since passed him on the all-time yardage list (Eddie George, Pepe Pearson, […]

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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