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Silver Bullet Points Heads To Brown County

Time for the wrap up of college football news, updates from Coach Fickell’s Tuesday press conference and other notes from college football Buckeye 411 Captain, My Captain- Since it’s been a year of mystery in this department, why not make things even more interesting by not naming captains thus far in the week. As far […]

The Week That Were: 10.29.11

I’ll be honest… it’s been so great to relive the huge Buckeye win over Wisconsin, I’ve had to dig a bit to find motivation to even think about the other games from this week. However, my search for a soundtrack that would be appropriate for Halloween Weekend, I found this gem that helped me keep […]

The Week That Were: 10.15.11

Today, we join with racing fans in mourning the loss of Indianapolis 500 champion Dan Wheldon. As such, this week’s soundtrack has a bit of a somber tone. We give ESPN/ABC a lot of criticism, but they got this one right– Thoughts and prayers with his family and friends. This week was very very special […]

Silver Bullet Points Protects Honu

Notes from Tuesday’s Ohio State press conference and around the realm of college sports. No soundtrack today, but we’re totally shopping for a El Camino. Buckeye 411 Injury update: Braxton practiced, and by all reports looked “fine”, although he took it easy after the initial burst. Coaches will continue to monitor, but according to the […]

Silver Bullet Points Locked And Loaded

  It’s finally here… the first SBP of the 2011 season. No more preseason talk, no more countdowns- it’s time to squeeze the trigger. Let’s do this. Buckeye 411 Injury update- Word is that the Buckeyes are healthy, with the exception of Jamaal Berry (nursing a hamstring). Tyler Moeller and Etienne Sabino have been practicing […]

Here We Go Again (or not): Conference Expansion News and Notes

Update: Well… huh.  The SEC has stated that they’re not extending an offer to aTm at this time, bringing this whole shebang to a screeching halt. Sources say that the argument over who might be the 14th team and Aggy counterpart was partially responsible for the decision. No word yet on whether or not the […]

tBBC Radio Hour 2011 Football Season Preview: Part 2

The Radio Hour continues it’s preseason look at the 2011 Ohio State Buckeyes! Eric, Jim and Joe discuss what we’ve been seeing from the Buckeyes in practice so far, most particularly the players who are getting the most time at the “starting spots”. They also discuss the wildly popular topic of longsnappers, particularly former podcast […]

Silver Bullet Points Sets Up Camp

Start of something amazing Jim has got this week’s practices covered, so here’s the other news that you may have missed. Former Buckeye News Later, Louis: We learned on Sunday that James Louis would not be in camp; he was rumored for a while to be looking to transfer closer to home. Recent news is […]

Silver Bullet Points Leads Their Target

It’s been an interesting week in Bristol Connecticut, way out on the edge of the prairie of reason and rational thought… Let’s talk a little about what’s happened since the last time we chatted. Our part in the party- First, as loyal readers know, the network decided to get all legal and stuff with their […]

ESPN and B1G/Ohio State- Grudge Match?

UPDATE- If you haven’t already, listen to former Buckeye LeCharles Bentley talk about this issue on ESPN radio.  I think he’s been reading our site… With the news on Monday that the Worldwide Leader has decided to sue The Ohio State University, it’s probably a good time to review the relationship that Disney’s Sports Network […]

What we know: The Allegations

UPDATE- We’ve put all of this information into a table for those who prefer getting their information that way (and read USA Today). Check it out here, or under the Media Table at the top right of the site. We’ll also work to update it as necessary, should more evidence emerge either supporting or refuting […]

Buckeye Battlecry Roundtable: Media Frenzy

Fourth installment of our Q&A regarding the recent happenings in Columbus- today’s question was also put to our team before all of the events of this week, and should be viewed as such: Question- Why do you think this story has gotten more media coverage and “energy” than the ones at Auburn, Oregon, or earlier […]

Terrelle Pryor Leaves Ohio State As Scandal Brews

We wrote on Tuesday about former three time Academic All Conference QB Terrelle Pryor’s decision to end his career at Ohio State, a move that was a surprise of sorts to many Buckeye fans. Certainly, there were reasons to speculate that he’d played his last in the Scarlet and Grey, but given his legal team’s […]

Buckeye Football Ready For Prime Time

The night time must be the right time, as Ohio State has announced two 8:00 pm EST games for the 2011 season, in addition to the game at Miami on September 17th. The Buckeyes will travel to Lincoln Nebraska for their third ever meeting with the Cornhuskers, and the first as members of the newly […]

The Week That Were: 9.25.10

This week’s commentary is brought to you by my inner grumpy old man: One comment on Eastern Michigan, since all we do is talk Buckeyes here. Throughout the game I was having Dennis Green “They are who we thought they were” flashbacks, although not in ways that were complementary. Ok, let’s get our weekly dose […]

Roundball 'round the clock

Another piece of the 2010-2011 OSU men’s basketball schedule fell into place this week with the announcement of a 24-hour basketball marathon to be televised on ESPN to tip-off the season.  The Buckeyes, currently projected to be the #6 team in the country come fall, will face off against the Florida Gators, who are projected just […]

Time for ESPN to show some Big Ten love?

When the new BCS poll comes out tomorrow afternoon, there will likely be three Big Ten teams in the Top 10.  Yes, you read that correctly. Prior to this weekend, Ohio State stood at #10, Iowa at #11, and Penn State at #13.  Honorable, but still overlooked.  But then came a weekend of unseen upsets…. […]

Someone's listening

…er “reading”. ESPN has come to their senses and acknowledged that the Bucks got hosed in the recent polls: OSU Hate, OU Love Creates Double Standard. An excerpt- Another big-name has been just as disappointing in big games, if not worse. And yet that team continues to escape the hate. Meet the Oklahoma Sooners. They’re […]

Announcing The BBC Challenge!!!

Homerism runs deep in college football. If you’re a fan of Alabama football, you’re going to scream from them-thar mountaintops about SEC football. Same thing goes for Pac-10 football from UCLA fans, Big 12 football from Texas Longhorn partisans, etc etc etc. Since our leagues don’t get the chance to prove their worth against each […]

Here We Go Again

ESPN has reported today that USC’s top offensive lineman, Kristofer O’Dowd, has dislocated his right kneecap during a scrimmage at the Coliseum. The injury is almost identical to an injury O’Dowd suffered his freshman year, and if the conditions turn out to be the same O’Dowd will be guaranteed to miss the OSU matchup on […]

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