Amidst the chaos of last week’s college football games, there were a number of controversial or questionable plays. Today, our officiating team takes a look at a call that may have cost Michigan a victory, and certainly didn’t help cool down Brady Hoke’s hot seat.
Welcome to another Monday, Buckeye buckaroos. After a glorious vanquishing of the southwestern invaders, it would be understanding that you might have missed out on the weekend’s other college pigskin storylines… but fear not! I’ve got you covered, and even have a musical accompaniment inspired by our first noteworthy item! Yesterday was one of those […]
Well, somehow I missed a week and nobody knew. We had week 3 twice and skipped week 4. Hmmm. Anywho, after last week’s debacle of picking we have managed to maintain the Status Quo. Ken went 9-4. I went 9-4. I picked Iowa right. He didn’t. Ken picked Maryland right. I didn’t. We both got […]
Welcome back from the “off week”… hope you got your to-do list whittled down and all the boxes checked. This would have been a great weekend for a wedding, FWIW. To celebrate a B1G weekend, here’s your soundtrack for Monday. Bee One Gee!! Bee One Gee!!! Oh wait. ESPN’s “power poll” includes only SEC teams, […]
As you may remember, we’re checking in regularly with our favorite college and high school officials, giving them a chance to help us understand a recent on-field event. Today, we “target” a play from last week’s Michigan/Notre Dame tilt. OK Buckeye: Welcome to another week and for a review of a play type that has […]
Healing starts with honesty, so here’s your look back at all of the games from the second weekend in the college football season. As always, we provide a soundtrack- remember, we’ve got each other. What if I told you… What if I told you that three top teams from the same conference lost? What if […]
Part two of our conference preview looks at the “group of death” and a likely conference title game: 2014 EAST DIVISION PREVIEW Many feel the east will be a battle of 2 teams and the winner of the November 8th battle in East Lansing between Ohio State and Michigan State can go ahead and make […]
We have always been and always will be the roundtable experts around these parts and this time, it’s no different! Important stressful stuff is winding down in the sports world and summer is here — so let’s have some fun with the usual suspects and some twitter friends (Jim, Jeremy, Mike) I have invited over for […]
Let the “Transfer U” jokes continue, as Ohio State receives a verbal commitment from their third in a month, and the first for the football program. Former Alabama center Chad Lindsay, a Texas native, has chosen to complete his graduate degree in Columbus and use his final year of eligibility to play for the scarlet […]
Those of you who play along with us during Fall liveblogs know my propensity for helping make stadium sound effects on third down as a way to manage my ADD help the team. As such, today’s news hit me with a bit of both nostalgia and sadness… The band that gave us the bell may […]
Ohio State’s efforts to return to the B1G Finals run through the hearts and souls of That Team Up North, just as it should be. The Buckeyes will look to not only punch their ticket to the finals with a win today, but also to get revenge for the 10 point loss to the Wolverines […]
The Buckeyes and Wolverines do battle in their only regular season meeting tonight in Value City Arena. The game is scheduled to tip at 9:00 PM Eastern on ESPN. Stop by and say hi to all of your favorite Buckeyes tonight! Go Bucks!
The Ohio State men’s basketball team wasn’t the only Buckeye squad looking to end a losing streak tonight. The OSU women’s basketball team came into tonight on a two game losing streak and were looking to break that as they traveled to Ann Arbor to face rival Michigan. The game was even more meaningful as […]
“Michigan State is Ohio State’s new rival.” This theme began around 11:30pm Tuesday night. To be fair, rumblings of this new theme began long before the Spartans defeated the Buckeyes in overtime at the Breslin Center, but they began to emerge heavily after the scarlet and gray’s 72-68 defeat. I reject this thought immediately. Michigan […]
After opening Big Ten play with an upset win over 17th ranked Purdue, the Ohio State women’s basketball team looked to continue their great start to conference play as they hosted the hated Michigan Wolverines. Michigan entered the game 9-4 with a narrow loss to #15 LSU and a loss in the season opener to […]