Our latest look around the world of college officiating takes a gander at Saturday’s tilt between the Fighting Irish and the Syracuse orange. Let’s take a look at the play in question: https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=rpOBQ58tot0#t=70 WVaBuckeye- First things first. What were the TWO backfield officials, typically your best rules guys, doing killing the play? The referee has […]
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 […]
Ohio State and Notre Dame have agreed to a home-and-home series on the gridiron for the 2022 and 2023 seasons.
— Jerry Emig (@BuckeyeNotes) September 4, 2014
Ohio State (11-0) and Notre Dame (8-3) squared off this evening in the Gotham Classic played in, well, NYC. The preview to the game is here; the recap is below. Ohio State overcame a cold 2nd half of shooting (10 – 29 ) 34% to pull out a last second thriller against the Irish of […]
The Buckeyes and Fighting Irish are set to square off in New York in the finale of the Gotham City Classic. The game is set to tip at 7:30 pm eastern time. Stop by and chat with all of your favorite Buckeye bloggers and friends! Go Bucks!
The #3 Ohio State Buckeyes (11-0) continue action in the Gotham Classic on Saturday evening by meeting Notre Dame for an evening game (7:30 PM EST, ESPN2 ) in Gotham City. The Buckeyes, after disposing of the Fightin’ Blue Hens on Wednesday, line up against the Fighting Irish. A lot of combativeness going on this […]
Today’s soundtrack thanks our Veterans for all that they’ve done… Ok, class… time for a quiz. What did we learn this week? We learned that the template for beating Oregon has not changed. Control the ball and the clock with power running, Don’t turn the ball over, Take advantage of turnovers, and Hold on for […]
Monday’s menagerie of thoughts and wonderings on Saturday’s shenanigans comes with music. It was an “ugly” weekend, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t make a silk purse out of it all. Before we dive into the scores, it’s important to remember how trivial college athletics is in the big picture of things. Unfortunately, this […]
Given the rain delay in the BYU /UT game this week and the deluge of rushing that befell the Longhorns after kickoff, there’s only one option for this week’s soundtrack. See, this is why there should be no polls before the first weekend in October. Once again, we see a number of teams that got […]
For those unfamiliar with this feature, consider it your cheat sheet for the conversations around the grill on Labor Day. As always, these come with a melodic interlude to play gently in the background during your perusal… because you’re that important to me. It was the best of times, it was the… well… best of […]
In today’s edition, we celebrate number 14, the Ohio State’s margin of victory over Notre Dame in the 2006 Fiesta Bowl on January 1st, 2006, 34-20. This game matched up Big Game Girth Charlie Weiss against the plodding, we’ll-get-there-eventually Buckeyes under Jim Tressel. Ohio State managed to plod their way to 617 total yards. Quite a […]
While camp is in session over at the WHAC, it’s important to remember that in 1936 another Buckeye was rocking the world this week. By this time that year, Jesse Owens had already won three of his four gold medals in the 100 and 200m, as well as the long jump; the fourth would come […]
With 71 days left until the season, it’s time to celebrate a 71 point game. I wonder which we should choose… Well duh. By the 1980′s Ohio State and Notre Dame, two of the best historical football programs in the country, had only faced off twice in history. Both of those games, played in 1935 […]
Happy Wednesday! By now, we’ve all found our headbands or just decided that our hair replacement scars aren’t a big deal, and we’re getting ready for the weekend. Here’s a look at all the news that’s fit to distract you from your mid-week responsibilities. Quick editorial note: SBP will be on hiatus next week, as […]