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tBBC Interview: Catching Up With Terrelle Pryor

There are all different types of Buckeye student athletes. Most are the ones that put in their time and move on to “regular” life beyond college, while some others go on to be mega stars professionally in their sport. And though they are few, there are those in both categories who are honored and cheered […]

Silver Bullet Points Is Ready To Battle On

Like the rest of Ohio, we’ve got Stanley Cup fever here… we’re on a series of shots and medications, but to be honest, we hope it sticks around for a while.  So, in preparation for tonight’s game, here’s a little something to help you get ready to #BeatPittsburgh. Buckeye 411 The League- Pretty good week […]

Nothing Conflicted About Silver Bullet Points

Life is full of decisions. Sometime soon (Friday?) we’ll get the official word that LaQuinton Ross has decided to head to greener pastures… but until then, here’s the soundtrack for our midweek musings. Practice Notes Receiving Praise- Coach Meyer talked on Tuesday about the need for the receiving corps to be a strength of the […]

tBBC Radio Hour: Illinois Preview

There is nothing than returning to the podcast and ripping anything and everything to do with TTUN! On this week’s show, Joe and Clair have fun with the latest in Michigan failure — including Marie Sue Coleman’s Drunk Halftime speech, Ron English’s adjective to explain the type of football his former Eastern Michigan team plays, […]

Ohio State And The NFL: Week 10

It was a rather quiet week for our former Buckeyes in the NFL. Mike Nugent continued his great season as the Bengals lost a tough one in OT to the Ravens. Nugent connected on both of his extra points and nailed a 32 yard FG. Cam Heyward led all former Bucks with 6 tackles and […]

Ohio State and the NFL: Ballin’ Buckeyes, Week Two

Week 2 of the NFL season began with a barnburner in New England and a few Buckeyes had a hand in both the Jets loss and Patriots win. Santonio Holmes improved off his week 1 numbers with 3 catches for 51 yards. Nate Ebner saw some time in the Pats defensive backfield as well on […]

The Hunter Needs Silver Bullet Points

Well, given Coach Meyer’s perspective for this season, the soundtrack for today should be pretty obvious. There’s the awesome option, and the Ah!Sum! possibility. Happy Thursday, Buck-aroos! Buckeye 411 Health Update- According to Coach Meyer, CJ Barnett will be back in action this week against SDSU, and Corey Lindsley will see more time; although the […]

tBBC Kickoff Countdown Celebrates 18

In today’s edition, we celebrate number 18, the margin of an Ohio State victory over Troy on September 20th, 2008, 28-10.  The Buckeyes came off a loss to Men of Troy (USC) the previous week, to host the other men of Troy.. Granted, it was a September game, but it was still an odd one. […]

Former Buckeyes and Their Apologies

The idea of this article came to me this past weekend as I was trying to keep up with my timeline on Twitter. There were obviously a ton of former Buckeyes playing in preseason NFL games and the tweets that were the most intriguing to me were the ones in support of Terrelle Pryor. Bear […]

tBBC Kickoff Countdown Celebrates 24

In today’s edition, we celebrate number 24, an Ohio State victory over Penn State on November 7th, 2009, 24-7. We’re coming down the homestretch with our countdown, so I’m going to mix in some games where the days remaining will equal an Ohio State score. Ohio State rolled into Happy Valley and left smiling after […]

Wednesday Night Rumble: Fair is fair?

What can I say, the dead period trudges forward like an Iowa running back in a race against an SEC cornerback. Up in Eugene the penalties on the Oregon Ducks have been levied. Aaron Hernandez is an idiot and his actions have allowed a door to open for a former Buckeye. Meanwhile, over in Youngstown […]

Monday Musings

Some weekend, eh? Grab your coffee and let’s get right to it. Men’s Basketball A week that started out fairly well, then crashed and burned. In the NCAA’s, they’ve managed to dust Iowa State 78-75, Arizona 73-70 and then fell flat against Wichita State 66-70.  I don’t have much to add to the fine recaps, above, however […]

Ohio Supreme Court Rules On ESPN Lawsuit

We interrupt our regularly scheduled naval gazing to bring you this update. As you may remember, the Four Letter Network sued the Ohio State University to gain access to documents that it felt were being shielded from public view. I’m sure they were only interested in getting the truth out to the masses. The University’s […]

Scarlet and Gray Q&A – Urban Meyer and More

There has been a lot of debate the last week as to how much the loss to Michigan hurts. Under ordinary circumstances, nobody on either side of the greatest rivalry in sports would want to lose the contest called “The Game.” As the seconds ticked off of the scUM’s first win in seven years over […]

One Fan's Opinion- The Future Is Ours

Dave, the winner of our Time and Change contest also was invited to submit a guest post for us… in spite of the fact that doing so would lower his credit score, here’s what he’s brought to the party! Buckeye Nation, like it or not, has to come to terms with the departures of Jim […]

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