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Are You Not Entertained? Kent State

Well that was much better. Although I’m sure some folks will still complain despite thrashing Clark Kent State 66-0. Could have been a lot worse. I don’t see too much to be disappointed about. A win: We got that. And then some. 250 rushing yards: With 34 to spare. At least 200 passing yards: Had […]

Shots from the 'Shoe: Penn State

Scott gives us his thoughts on a great evening in Columbus, while WVa provides the pictures! Night games at Ohio Stadium never get old. I have been to five of the 14 prime time games, including the last three. Always looked forward to them. Always enjoyed the party atmosphere. Maybe it was the cold weather, […]

Shots From The 'Shoe: Buffalo

We’re lucky to have several staffers who have either gameday assignments at Ohio Stadium or season tickets. After each home game, we’ll get you some quick thoughts “from the cheap seats”. As I awoke around 3:30am Saturday morning, my excitement for what the day held overtook my desire and need to go back to sleep. […]

Shots From the Shoe – Cal

The life of an Ohio Stadium Usher can be interesting to say the least, especially for someone like me who lives two hours away. Due to being a high school football official and working all over the state, I can get home pretty late on Fridays,  only to get up at 5:30am to head to […]

Shots from the 'Shoe: UCF

Growing up a Buckeye fan was one of the few things my dad and I had in common. We watched every game on TV or listen to it on the radio. Whether it was on TV or radio, we did whatever it took to make sure we caught the game. Unfortunately, I never got to […]

Silver Bullet Points Goes High Def

Bumped back a day to cover today’s press access- one more day means even more news, notes, and inanity. Buckeye 411 You (will be) looking live… at a brand new, super hugemongous, HD capable scoreboard in Ohio Stadium in the fall of 2012. In addition to this addition, the ‘Shoe is getting HDTVs throughout the […]

Silver Bullet Points Recovers

Buckeye 411 Injury Report- Terrelle “should be” fine, but healing. He did some light lifting on Sunday, and nothing on the off day (we’re assuming he rehabbed); today he returns to practice. Coach Tressel wondered if there’s anyone in the Big T1e1n who’s 1oo% at this point of the season. Injury Report 2- Moeller is […]

Get Loud!!!

Lots of folks are talking about the comments today from a Florida writer that The Horseshoe isn’t a hostile environment, but none have done so better than Spencer Hall at EDSBS. We’d link him anyway, if only for this photo and caption: Mr. Hall also reminds us that other Big T1e1n stadia have “interesting” ways […]

What 7-1 Looks Like on YouTube

Hopefully this well help you all get through your day, watch each video 4 or 5 times and it will be time to go home before you know it. The Game 2001: Ohio State @ #11 TSUN The Game: 2002 #2 Ohio State vs. #9 TSUN The Game: 2004 Ohio State vs. #7 TSUN The […]

5 reasons Ohio State will beat USC

#5 USC’s new defense. I don’t know if anyone has noticed this amidst the gnashing of teeth and pulling of hair in the aftermath of the Navy game, but USC only has three returning starters on defense this year. This isn’t the same defense that throttled the Buckeyes last year. I am not saying that […]

What Do You Want To See On Saturday? – USC edition

Eric Keep passing to the TE’s and RB’s -  We had great success in the passing game last week by going to the TE’s and RB’s – in fact the top two receivers were at TE/RB.  USC will be a lot better in pass defense than Navy was, and we will need to spread it […]

Monday in SoCal

So… Vegas has posted the odds, and the Buckeyes are 7 point underdogs. At home. Which is too low, if you ask the folks hereabouts. I almost had a “friend” talked into giving me three touchdowns (just to see how high he’d go), but he “came to his senses” and said “I couldn’t give you […]

Bobby Olive, proud creator of miracles

We have just 8 days to go, and for Day #8, I’d like to introduce a friend of mine. Bobby Olive was a walk-on at The Ohio State University in 1988, and he quickly got a major role as a wide receiver under new head coach John Cooper.  And it wasn’t too long before Ohio […]

Decker officially behind bars, charged with felony

Again with the breaking news, Ken Gordon of the Columbus Dispatch reports that Ralph Gray Decker has had his simple battery charge upgraded to a felony and is now in jail. Prosecutors last week said they were pursuing a felony charge based on the seriousness of Moeller’s injuries. And this morning, at 12:12 to be […]

Andy Groom continues the countdown

I figured I’d better do today’s countdown before MaliBuckeye (that kicker-lovin’ newbie) gets to. Jim Tressel has always believed that special teams are the key to winning games. If we didn’t believe it before his arrival, we sure as hell do now. How many other teams have large quantities of fans who can name the […]

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