The Ohio State offense scored fast and often Saturday afternoon, as the Buckeyes scored on 7 of their 8 drives in the first half en route to a 66-0 victory against the Kent State Golden Flashes at Ohio Stadium. JT Barrett started the game on fire, throwing for two touchdown passes on the first two […]
Here we go again. Last week’s disappointing loss is behind most of us. Kent State should be the perfect elixir for what allegedly ails the Buckeyes. I say allegedly because OSU has a rebuilt O-line, a QB who wasn’t supposed to play much yet and some new things on defense so it’s going to take […]
When does basketball season start? At least I predicted that Illinois would be on upset alert. Not sure how the Illini survived. Since we picked the same games last week, I wasn’t able to gain any ground on Ken and his soon-t0-be erased one-game lead. We nailed the Penn State, Wisconsin, Rutgers, Illinois, Maryland, Nebraska, […]
The Buckeyes took on the first big challenge of the season as they invited the Virginia Tech Hokies to the Horseshoe for their home opener. Unfortunately, this turned out to be the first home opener loss the Buckeyes had suffered since 1978, Art Schlichter’s five interception game against Penn State, as Virginia Tech managed to […]
Well, if Wisconsin hadn’t choked, yours truly would be off to a good start defending his Pick ‘em title. But I accept being a game behind after one week. I have Ken right where he wants me. Or something like that. The Newbie is already talking smack. “I’m in the lead and all is right […]
Depends on who you spoke to, the Buckeyes either looked pretty good or pretty bad. Nonetheless, it was a win over a Navy team that is always tough to prepare for because of its offense. How did our predictions and wish list turn out? Scott Illegal blocks penalized: No chop blocks this time. Let Jalin […]
The Buckeyes took to the field for the first time this season in Baltimore, Maryland to face the Midshipmen of the United States Naval Academy. Navy was ready for a fight, and gave the Buckeyes all they could handle through the majority of the first three quarters. However, a late surge by the Buckeyes was […]
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 […]
For the beginning of this discussion, please see Tuesday’s recruiting rundown. Calling Chicken Little, Calling Chicken Little…… There is no cure for the avid Ohio State Football Fan who thinks they could help coach our beloved Buckeyes. It’s hard to be a passionate fan of The Ohio State Buckeyes without thinking your coach would do […]
These days there is a lot of talk about the huge amount of money involved in college sports. From reports of players unionizing to arguments about whether student-athletes should be paid to claims that student-athletes can’t even get enough food, money seems to dominate the discussion of college sports these days. This makes sense as […]
At 1:30 PM this afternoon on BTN, the Ohio State Spring Game will be broadcast! Today is the only day we get to sate our thirst for “live” Football until August, so take advantage of it while you can.
Welcome to our annual NCAA Tournament Liveblog! If you’re hanging out watching games, you should stop by and watch them with us! First up is #10 Stanford vs. #2 Kansas. It’s been a fun one so far!
Our Bracket Breakdown gets a little close to home… The South Region is of some interest to us since that is Ohio State’s “Region”. It also has a few other top-rated teams such as Florida, Kansas, UCLA and Syracuse. Whoever emerges from this Region has a legitimate chance to be in the Finals and possibly […]
As a part of their “68 in 60″ series, our friends at Campus Insiders take a look at each of the teams heading into The Big Dance. Ken will be checking in tomorrow with a full preview of the Buckeyes/Flyers matchup, but for now, here’s two minutes worth of great insight: Ohio State
The decisions have been made. The picks are in. It’s anybody’s NCAA Tournament. Really. Ohio State has a tough, but winnable draw. OSU is the No. 6 seed in the South and will play the Dayton Flyers, who many thought would be in the First Four, in Buffalo. The Flyers made it without having to play […]