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Silver Bullet Points Reads Up

With the “off season” (or as Urban calls it- “Hunting Season”) upon us, SBP takes a bit of a different twist. Usually focused on news and updates from OSU press conferences and weekly preparation, during the off season, we’ll use this spot to affirm my ADD and help you stay on top of news from […]

One Fan's Opinion: Why I May Just Give Up On College Football

Today marks the sacred celebration of Festivus, so we here at tBBC have been prepping for the Feats of Strength- JoeD used to wrestle, Rob and Jason have Buckeye football backgrounds, but my money’s on Jim… I think he brings a ton of tenacity to the table. Anyway, another important Festivus tradition is the “Airing […]

Justice, Alabama, and the BCS: Part 2

This is the continuation of the article posted this morning looking at a solution to the current problems. Many people have spilled an incredible amount of ink over the years trying to determine a just system for selecting a national champion.  Our own Malibuckeye came up with his own system a while back and expounded […]

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 […]

Here We Go Again (or not): Conference Expansion News and Notes

Update: Well… huh.  The SEC has stated that they’re not extending an offer to aTm at this time, bringing this whole shebang to a screeching halt. Sources say that the argument over who might be the 14th team and Aggy counterpart was partially responsible for the decision. No word yet on whether or not the […]

tBBC Radio Hour with Jason Winrow

Eric welcomes new tBBC member Jason Winrow with a podcast all his own! Jason played Offensive Line (Guard) for Ohio State from 1990-1993, eventually being drafted by the New York Giants. He now writes for us here at the BBC, as well as his own blog “The State of College Football”. Jason and Eric talk […]

March Madness and College Football

“For the first time in NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament History, there will be no #1 or #2 seed in the final four. As a matter of fact, we’re going to have either the second #8 in the final (Villanova) or the first #11.  This just goes to show how exciting playoffs could be for college […]

Silver Bullet Points Goes Shotgun

Given that it’s the start of bowl week, this’ll probably be more scattered than usual. If that’s even possible. Healing powers: Christian Bryant is back, baby, according to his Twitter and (most importantly) according to Tressel. This week in clothing: The Buckeyes will be wearing away jerseys in the Sugar Bowl.  Worked well last year… […]

The Week That Were: 10.02.10

From the “He started it!” files- This week, we join our friends at 11W in celebrating Oktoberfest and all it’s splendor. So, break out the lederhosen, get your sauerkraut all warmed up, and find grandma’s recipe for schnitzel… This weekend looked to be the best thus far in terms of quality matchups, but only a […]

Conference realignment = our best chance to get a playoff system

Earlier today, our old boss Jeff published a story at Fox Sports Ohio that takes on conference realignment.  Jeff believes that this is the best chance we have at getting a real playoff system installed at the top level of college football. Fans from schools like Auburn, Utah, Boise State, TCU, and Cincinnati have long […]

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