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Silver Bullet Points You Toward The Weekend

SBP gets the ol’ bumperino this week to accommodate life. It happens, right? Buckeye 411 Well, Frick- The Lantern tonight released a story regarding 11-12 pending violations being processed by the NCAA. After the “46 violations and various raffle rigging” story from last week, you’ve got to think that the folks in Columbus are just […]

Silver Bullet Points Looks For Heroes

Weekly updates and miscellany from around the world of college sports… Buckeye 411 Hoops, There It Is- #Hop2theRafters We’re Stars- With the Senior Bowl nigh upon us, we’ve been hearing good things about the former Buckeyes in attendance. Mike Adams, in particular, is getting rave reviews; his form and size have many projecting him into […]

Joe Paterno Passes Away: College Football Loses a Lion

Note- This was initially published on Saturday the 21st, based on the Associated Press report. We deeply regret the error. Earlier today, former Penn State coach Joseph Vincent Paterno passed away after complications from a battle with cancer. He was 85 years old. Paterno, who had been a part of the Penn State Football program […]

Silver Bullet Points Thinks Pink

Initially, this week was supposed to be “POPS”- Pink Out Penn State for Breast Cancer Awareness.  While we’ve not heard anything more about that since things changed in Happy Valley, we’re more than glad to give our support. You know… given the circumstances. Buckeye 411 Walking Wounded- It seems as if the injuries are piling […]

End Of An Era: Joe Paterno Fired

WEDNESDAY EVENING UPDATE: At approximately 10:00 PM EST, the Board of Trustees at Penn State University announced that head football coach Joe Paterno had been terminated from that position, effective immediately. Paterno had announced his resignation at the end of the season earlier on Wednesday (see below), but the Board decided unanimously that Paterno’s tenure […]

Silver Bullet Points Prepares To Boil Over

Buckeye 411 Injury Update: Lots of things to report today- Jordan Hall is recovering nicely from the sprained ankle he suffered against Wisconsin, and practiced with the team today. Boom Herron also has an ankle related injury from the Badger game, but has been playing through it and healing as well. At tackle, there was […]

The Week That Were: 11.05.11

The Week That Were looks at the hyperbolic and the unexpected. Once again, I was wandering around the wilderness on gameday, which explains why Stevie makes a repeat appearance as our soundtrack for “The Review Of The Century”: NOTE- Scroll down for our comments regarding Penn State coverage. Well, let’s get right to it… the […]

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: 10.22.11

There are lots of options for today’s soundtrack, but I’m going with this one for reasons that should be clear later. Apologies for the tardiness of this week’s recap…  you say “bye week”, I say “rock climbing trip to the beach“. So, yeah… I didn’t get to see what might be the play of the […]

Silver Bullet Points Prepares For Harvest

Quick look at Tuesday’s press conference, Nebraska prep, and other news from the world of college sports: Buckeye 411 Injury update- Nathan Williams still out, Verlon Reed has torn his ACL and will be out for the season.  Yesterday, we were also informed that Melvin Fellows had been classified as a medical hardship, but there’s […]

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 […]

Big Ten Media Day Preview: The Return of The Paterno

It’s that time of season when the burn of anticipation is at a higher level than the heat index of the midwest. There is a reason I live in the doldrums of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, where professional sports don’t exist. No it’s not because I support those trolls below the bridge and their […]

Silver Bullet Points Gets More Ammunition

First glance at NLOID; both in Columbus and elsewheres. Buckeye 411 Tress Talk- Video from today’s Signing Day wrapup, in it’s entirety. Our friends over at 11 Warriors have it broken down even better with individual athlete interviews. Stylin’ and Profilin’- Best dressed recruit award goes to Ron Tanner, styling the bow tie and braces. […]

Know your enemy: Penn State edition

Don’t forget to get involved in our Veteran’s Day Tribute- click here! As this season has progressed, we’ve taken a look a a variety of different coaches.  Some have experienced great success in their careers, some have been less successful.  Some have moved between head coaching positions with multiple schools, and some have just recently […]

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