https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nu6Zv7EosBg “We wake up every day to compete for championships“- Urban Meyer It’s here. The moment we’ve been spending the last eleven days trying to get here sooner is upon us. The game we planed for in hoped for in July, prayed for in late August, discounted completely in September, argued for in October and […]
Joe Rexrode has a good article in today’s Detroit Free Press evaluating Ohio State and Oregon as someone who’s seen both. He was at the contest between the Ducks and Buckeyes when they faced the Spartans.
Here’s his take on tonight:
It’s daunting to imagine a world where the 6’5″ Cardale Jones is a signal caller taking the field with a puny slingshot. According to the national media, it’s going to take a lot of stones (figuratively and literally) to knock down college football’s Goliath — Marcus Mariota. The Heisman trophy winner tallied 16 postseason awards this year. He’s […]
Saturday was Media Day for the College Football Championship, and Campus Insiders brings you video interviews as the Buckeyes prepare for tomorrow night: (more…)
Oregon and Ohio State will meet Monday night in the inaugural College Football Playoff Championship.
Campus Insiders Managing editor Pete Fiutak talks about what Marcus Mariota and company need to do to pull off the win, while football analyst Doug Chapman talks about how the Buckeyes can put a stop the high-powered Ducks.
We’re joined this week by our Bloguin Brother over at Duck Stops Here… we’ve been working with him all week in the ramp- up to the game, and even answered his questions yesterday. He’s
The Title Game has inspired Buckeye Nation, and we’ve got another great post from a reader. This time,
A bit of a different take this time, as Jason and Mali chat about the epic tilt in Dallas… MALI- Ok… it’s the Ducks and the Bucks. Lots and lots of inappropriate t-shirts to be made, apparently. If you were an Oregon fan, what did you learn about Ohio State that you didn’t expect in the […]
Great post from the folks at the Student Section. It’s the kind of thing you couldn’t have made up if you tried. It’s the kind of fact that blows away your mind. It’s a reality which ripples across 76 years of American history, 76 years of collegiate sports history. It’s the longer-than-longshot which defies the […]
1.6.16 UPDATE: The College Football Playoff Committee has announced that it will provide $1250 per parent ($2500 total) for the families of players at Ohio State and Oregon as travel assistance for them to attend the National Championship. My daughter is taking dance and gymnastics classes locally. It’s what kids do. Twice a year, I get the […]
Another great guest post from the team at The Student Section… be sure to check them out for coverage of college sports from across the nation. You know what the main stories will be when the College Football Playoff arrives on Jan. 1: Can Mark Helfrich not get destroyed in the coaching matchup with Jimbo […]
Week 12 of the college football season has come and gone and another week of shakeups and moves. Mississippi State, the number 1 team in the country, went down to Alabama, Auburn and Arizona State were eliminated from the playoff chase with losses to Georgia and Oregon State respectively, Florida State and TCU escaped road […]