tBBC Kickoff Countdown Celebrates 55

In today’s edition, we celebrate number 55, specifically Ohio State’s 31-24 multiple overtime win over the Miami Hurricanes Thugs on January 3rd, 2003 in the (Tostitos) Fiesta Bowl for The National Championship. Nothing mythical about this one.  The double-digit underdog Buckeyes showed a tenacity and athleticism that surprised many (national) collegiate football fans. However, True […]

The Mess Beyond Miami

The offseason brings us another variation from the format of your midweek news and notes, as a couple of big stories have dominated the college sports landscape. That being said, it’s not like I’m going to deprive you of your Wednesday motivational tunes. Lack Of Institutional Control For those of you waiting for the other […]

Top 25: The Week in Review & The Week Ahead

The college basketball season is winding down but that doesn’t mean that the excitement is too.  More over time games, more losses, and more surprises continue to be story of the season.  Duke kept the streak of Top 5 teams losing by dropping their game to Maryland.  The Miami Hurricanes continue to turn heads and […]

Scarlet And Gray Q&A, Week Four

It would be easy to say Ohio State is better than what we saw on Saturday night in Miami. Dismissal of the 24-6 loss as an aberration would make us all sleep better at night. The truth is there have been few with the courage to say this outright: the Buckeyes are going to struggle. […]

The Flag Heard 'round the World

This article originally ran on September 8th, 2010 in the week leading up to last year’s battle between Ohio State and Miami. We post it again heading into tomorrow’s game with the Hurricanes. There have been few calls in the history of college football that have had earth shattering impacts on the entire collegiate fanbase.  […]

Across The Web: Miami Hurricanes

Another week, another chance to connect with a great writer from inside the intertrons, and to talk about football as well as some “off the field” stuff.  We’re thankful that Chris from agreed to chat with us, and that he hasn’t added us to the “do not call” list as of yet. Be sure […]

Silver Bullet Points Breaks Wind

Your weekly update from the Ohio State press conference as well as notes from around the world of college sports- this week, we take a pointed look at the NCAA after the jump. Usually we reserve soundtracks for TWTW, but someone emailed me a song today that I thought I’d share. They described it as […]

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 […]

Non-Conference Preview: Thug U

What goes with the Miami Hurricanes more than mediocrity, ruthless abandon, and a careless lack of respect to the game of football and institutional learning? How about an NCAA Investigation of the generation that has lasted for the better part of a decade. As mentioned earlier by the great Mali Buckeye, with the help of the […]

Hurricane Damaged: Yahoo! Sports' Investigation Into The University Of Miami

ESPN: So is there another team, another organization, another sport that should be nervous right now because you’re working on something comparable? Robinson: Yeah [laughs], we’ve still got a couple more coming.[several moments of back-and-forth banter] Robinson: I’ve got probably a six to a seven, maybe an eight depending on where you live coming in […]

Harley In The Huddle: Kickoff Coverage

Against Miami, the Buckeye’s problems on special teams made what should have been a blow out into a close game early on. Today and tomorrow we’ll be reviewing  the two areas that Ohio State struggled with, and talk about how what adjustments they can make against Big Ten competition.

Did you see what you wanted to see? Miami

Without getting too much into the X’s and O’s, there were a lot of good things and a few not so good things to take away from the game on Saturday. The bottom line is that Ohio State got the W, and with four cupcakes in a row before the Buckeyes hit the road for […]

The Week That Were- 9.11.10

Once again, it’s time for a quick tour de farce around the week in college football. You know, in case you don’t have ESPN and this is the only website you read (as it should be). Today’s musical accompaniment: This amazing cover. Good luck getting it out of your head during the TPS meeting. James […]

Buckeyes take out 'Canes 36-24

It was one amazing football game as the Buckeyes faced off today in the Horseshoe with the Hurricanes of Miami (FL) for the first time since their National Championship battle in January of 2003.  The game had been massively anticipated since it’s announcement several years ago and it didn’t disappoint.  Terrelle Pryor guided the Buckeyes […]

Live Chat – Ohio State vs. Miami (FL)

Welcome to today’s Live Chat hosted by Fox Sports Ohio! The Buckeyes will be taking on the Hurricanes of Miami (FL) today in the Horseshoe at 3:30 PM today. Make certain to swing by and join us for some great discussions during the game! OSU v Miami FOX Sports Ohio chat From Skull Session earlier […]

Preview: Ohio State vs. Miami (Fl)

The Miami Hurricanes, fresh off of their 45-0 drubbing of outmatched Florida A&M, roll into Columbus on Saturday for one of the premiere clashes of the college football season. Miami and their fans will come in with plenty of “swagger” after an excellent performance in their first game of the season, but considering A&M is […]

What do you want to see on Saturday? Miami Edition

Last Thursday gave us a game that provided everything we had hoped for and was the perfect warm-up for this weeks clash with Miami. Here’s to more of the same. What do you want to see on Saturday? Jeff Jacory Harris with negative rushing yards- This one isn’t uncommon.  Harris hasn’t posted positive rushing yards […]

Know your enemy: Miami edition

Having been promoted to the head coaching position in December 2006 to replace Larry Coker, Randy Shannon seems to be on the right track for returning the Miami Hurricanes program to prominence.  Much like at Ohio State, top 10 teams and bowl game wins are the annual expectation for the Hurricanes.  Talk will run rampant […]