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Are you not Entertained? Toledo Edition

Well, that game was more than a little interesting. It’ll be hard to gauge this team over the next week, and I’m certain many are going to be expecting bad things in Coral Gables. Let’s see what the staff wanted to see again, and how much of it actually came to be. Malibuckeye – More […]

Thoughts on a solid first win: Akron

Ohio State was able to put together a solid performance in their 42-0 win over Akron on Saturday- which was obviously a highly satisfying game for fans to watch. For their part, Akron didn’t put up much of a fight. For them to have a chance, they needed to play “outside of the box” and […]

Silver Bullets Reloaded: Defensive Line

  After learning that I have viewed open practices and the jersey scrimmage, many people ask me what I think about the Buckeyes . Well, being that I write for this website, I thought I would take all of the thoughts that I share with various people and put them down for all of our […]

tBBC Radio Hour: 2011 Football Season Preview Part 3

Eric, Jim and Joe are back with another preseason look at the 2011 Ohio State Buckeyes!  Jim has attended all of the open practices so far this year and has a lot to say about the make-up of the depth chart to date.  In particular we discuss the offensive line – primarily it’s youth and […]

Things To Get Excited About – Opening Kickoff is on the Way

  It has been a long and arduous off season for Buckeye Nation. The anticipation and anxiety surrounding the August 12th NCAA hearings alone are enough to put someone on edge. How severely will the NCAA ultimately punish Ohio State for its transgressions? We can only speculate and hope for the best. Next up was […]

Sports Illustrated: How Tressel Lost Ohio State

Really? That’s your title? After much speculation and rumors, the article that possibly expedited the end of the Ohio State careers of Jim Tressel (and Terrelle Pryor?) went online at Sports Illustrated this evening. In it, author George Dohrmann raps up a six week investigation into Ohio State football and other aspects of life in […]

Spring Game: Players to Watch on Defense

  The Buckeyes have to reload on defense more in 2011 than any year since 2006. If you remember back, the 2006 defense had to replace all time great A.J. Hawk amongst many others. The task was daunting, but players like James Laurinaitis and Malcolm Jenkins quickly emerged as the next great Buckeye defenders. A […]

Spring Game Primer

With spring practice well underway and the spring game quickly approaching, it is time to move from “way too early looks” at each position into some more informed analysis based on practice reports. [Note: I apologize for not getting to the defensive backs in my “way too early looks”.] This offseason has been a tumultuous […]

Football Report: Winter Conditioning

This morning I was fortunate enough to sit in on a 6 AM winter conditioning session held by the Ohio State football team. It was a shirt and shorts affair with plenty of running and various other drills deviously put together by strength and conditioning coordinator Eric Lichter. Since there were no actual football drills […]

Way Too Early Look: 2011 Defensive Line

Ohio State has been spoiled by some outstanding play in the defensive trenches recently. Whether you look at the incredible depth and experience of the 2009 group or the individual performance of Cameron Heyward and Dexter Larimore in 2010, the defensive line has been one of the primary sources of success for Buckeyes. Needless to […]

Regular Season Review: Defensive Line

In 2009, the strength the Buckeyes was without a doubt the defensive line. They were talented, they were deep, and they were experienced. Those qualities helped Ohio State  shut down the high powered, high paced Oregon offensive attack in the Rose Bowl. It was a fitting end to a great year for the line. At […]

Silver Bullet Points Looks Ahead

No press conference this week, but we do have Tress’ thoughts from after The Game and so forth Buckeye 411 Award Winners- Congrats to the members of the Ohio State team who were honored with All Big Ten accolades by the conference’s coaches. The Buckeyes led the conference with ten winners, including first team Boom […]

Silver Bullet Points is Better Late Than Never

As promised, updates from Tressel’s press conference and other college football news: Buckeye 411 Injury Report-Homan and Bell will be back for Penn State, as was reported earlier. Evenge is also progressing in his rehab. Speaking of Penn State- Today’s “

Graphic Content: Nathan Williams

Our friend Kevin has a new design template highlighting Buckeye playmakers- Here’s a look at Nathan Williams: He’s covered a ton of players, including smooth Kenny G and the Sandman. Be sure to check it out!

Ohio State Blows Away Ohio U 43-7

The Ohio Bobcats rolled into Columbus today to take on the Buckeyes and hopefully challenge them the same way that they did back in 2008.  The Buckeyes weren’t having any of it as they raced out to a 43-0 lead before giving up a late touchdown in trash time to end the game with the […]

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