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The Week That Were: 9.15.12

Monday’s melange of morning mayhem looks back at an amazing weekend of college football… Just promise to wait until the end of the article to rush the field, OK?  Given the news on Campus from Sunday Night, here’s your soundtrack for our special time together. It was a great weekend to be an Angry Bird, […]

Picks for the Weak: Week 2

After week one I am way down the list and am rethinking my position as an “expert” picker for this pool! Anyhow, as it is I do not have a choice because I drew the short straw in our last office meeting and the current status of our picketing union has caused me more work. My […]

Silver Bullet Points Loses Its Helmet

Midweek review of all things Buckeye and from across college sports, including thoughts on the newest in controversial rule changes. Buckeye 411 Injury Update- According to coach Meyer, Jordan Hall is still not expected to be ready to participate this weekend, but was up and running on the treadmill earlier.  Also a probably scratch- Sophomore […]

Silver Bullet Points Is Conflicted

So here’s the thing. The story of the day yesterday was the first episode of All Access, a behind the scenes look at the Buckeye program under the new regime. The problem? It was on one of the ESPN channels… and you know how we feel about those fine individuals. But… in a moment of […]

tBBC Conference Cavalcade: ACC

As we get closer and closer to kickoff, we’ll be looking across the nation at other (read “inferior”) conferences. This way, you’ll have just enough information to argue with that guy in accounting. Today we take a look at the Atlantic Coast Conference- nope, FSU and Clemson haven’t left yet. Where does the conference fall […]

Silver Bullet Points Has Been To The Mountaintop

On Tuesday, I was impressed by Danny from 11W posting his “OHIO” photo from the top of Mt. Baker, for a couple of reasons. First, I’ve lived in WA and skied at Baker all the time. Second, I was hoping to have a similar photo from the top of Mt. Whitney under my belt by […]

Silver Bullet Points Has Enough Ties

Just a friendly warning that there are only four more days to borrow money from your pops so you can buy him a gift. If you’re looking for ideas, check our friends at The Buckeye Room… And now, the news. Buckeye 411 We Hardly New Ye- Well, it wasn’t news to us, as we’d heard […]

Is It Time To Ban Silver Bullet Points? That's Debatable

May’s second midweek madness gets existential. The big story of the day was the “discussion” about the future of our favorite sport- more on that after the jump. Buckeye 411 Sandman. Freak of Nature.  The guys at CBS Sports have taken a look across the college football landscape, and identified the physical specimen that we […]

BBN Tournament LiveBlog: Elite Eight Part 2

We’re continuing the Madness here with the BBN!  The Buckeyes are in the Final Four, and it’s time to find out who their opponent will be on Saturday.  First up, Baylor and Kentucky square off at 2:20 PM EST, closely followed by our scouting game of North Carolina and Kansas.  Both games will air on […]

Silver Bullet Points Gets Buckets

Be sure you get involved in the BBN Bracket Challenge, and the Women’s Pick-em Competition (password: sammy!)… even if the lady Buckeyes got hosed. Buckeye 411 Meyer Musings-  Today, the press corps got to connect with Coach Meyer and talk about the end of winter conditioning as well as taking a look at what what […]

March Madness 2012: Midwest Region

 As you do the research necessary to win this year’s BBN Bracket Challenge, we here at tBBC are previewing each region to give you just a bit of info on teams not named “Ohio State”. Here’s a gander at Bob Seger’s favorite part of the bracket. Favorites: You can’t spell “Midwest” without “Meh”- While North […]

Compare and Contrast Update: NCAA Allegations

This article has gone through two separate iterations in its lifetime already. This most recent version finalizes the condition of Ohio State by analyzing their final Public Infractions Reports, and looking at the final penalties handed down by the NCAA. I also add one more school, Michigan, as yet another example of the NCAA’s methods […]

Basketball Liveblog: Wright State and Carrier Classic

Welcome to today’s liveblog! It’s a special day today in College Basketball land. Not only is it the opening day of Buckeye Men’s Basketball, but it’s also the inaugural Carrier Classic game being played on the deck of the USS Carl Vinson. Given that we’re crazed Basketball fans (nearly as much as we’re crazed football […]

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 Hunts Tatanka

Notes from the Fickell presser, and other happenings around the world of college football, including updated NCAA investigation information (it’s not just us) and the latest on conference expansion. Buckeye 411 Injury Update- Nathan Williams is still out, and Adam Homan had surgery this week. Andrew Sweat is banged up, but expected to play, but […]

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