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Wednesday Night Rumble: No Remorse

We are officially smack dab in the middle of Hate Week! I’m sure you’ve kept the color blue out of your clothing choices so far, make sure and finish strong. Speaking of finishing strong, the Buckeye of 2013 unfortunately did not. This years model looks to make amends. We’ll talk about it all. It’s Wednesday, […]

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Are You Not Entertained? Indiana

Call it The Great Escape? Wellllllllllll, it probably wasn’t as much of an escape as Craig Krenzel’s Holy Buckeye play in 2002. But it was up there, that’s for sure. For some reason, OSU’s offense sputtered at times and turned the ball over too much. And the defense failed to live up to its Silver […]

tBBC Kickoff Countdown Celebrates 14

In today’s edition, we celebrate number 14, the Ohio State’s margin of victory over Notre Dame in the 2006 Fiesta Bowl on January 1st, 2006, 34-20. This game matched up Big Game Girth Charlie Weiss against the plodding, we’ll-get-there-eventually Buckeyes under Jim Tressel. Ohio State managed to plod their way to 617 total yards. Quite a […]

tBBC Kickoff Countdown Celebrates 25

The most important game of the season for any Ohio State fan or player is the annual season ending showdown against Michigan.  Over the years the two teams have produced numerous unforgettable games with conference or national titles on the line and the 2005 showdown between 9th ranked Ohio State and 17th ranked Michigan was […]

tBBC Kickoff Countdown Celebrates 46

In today’s edition, we celebrate number 46, an Ohio State victory over TTUN  on  November 19th, 2005, 25-21. I could have selected another OSU win over TTUN, but the dynamics of this one are so satisfying. The Buckeyes capped off a 9-2 regular season with another beating of Michigan, this time at Ann Arbor.  The […]

tBBC Kickoff Countdown Celebrates 59

In today’s edition, just like The Count, we continue the march to the season opener by celebrating Buckeye victories. No, no, we insist. Today’s contest is Ohio State’s 35-24 win over Michigan State in 2005. Having incurred their 2nd loss (and last of the season) the previous week at Penn State, the Buckeyes returned home […]

TBBC Kickoff Countdown Celebrates 76

Today is #76 in our continuing Countdown to Kickoff series placing us squarely at Minnesota’s 2nd appearance on the list. On October 29th, 2005, OSU outgunned the Gophers, 45-31. The Buckeyes and Gophers played to 14-14 halftime at but Ohio State pulled away with 28 2nd half points. Antonio Pittman (186 yds, 2 TD’s) and […]

Wednesday Night Rumble: Tournament Time

Basketball’s regular season is in the books. It’s officially time to get serious: Its tournament time. It’s also Wednesday night and you know what that means… Let’s rumble! Hoops on Hoops The Buckeyes finished the regular season Sunday with a 13 point home win over Illinois. They finish with a record of 23-7, good for […]

Ohio State Upgrades Schedule, Adds Texas

Following last week’s news that the Buckeyes would be entering into a two game, home and away series with Texas Christian for 2018-2019, the Athletic Department today announced that Ohio State would again play the University of Texas in 2022 (in Austin) and 2023 (in Columbus) This will be a renewal of a great, recent […]

The Week That Were: 09.22.12

And now, it gets real. Conference season. No more cupcakes… although, that hasn’t worked out all that well for a lot of teams.  Today’s soundtrack is from this week’s release, and was chosen

Across The Web: THE GAME

For our last blogger chat of the season, we approached several writers for TTUN to see if they could manage to actually string a few one syllable words together… but unfortunately, most of them were in jail. Then we remembered that the great MZone had re-opened their shop, and were happily cranking out photoshop coping […]

Playing Safe Is Playing Scared

New writer Chris brings us insight into the quarterback situation in Columbus, with a look back at some previous QB tandems… There is an old saying that history often repeats itself. When it comes to a quarterback derby, Ohio State’s history is fraught with them. It became clear with each boo on Saturday from the […]

Sports Illustrated: How Tressel Lost Ohio State

Really? That’s your title? After much speculation and rumors, the article that possibly expedited the end of the Ohio State careers of Jim Tressel (and Terrelle Pryor?) went online at Sports Illustrated this evening. In it, author George Dohrmann raps up a six week investigation into Ohio State football and other aspects of life in […]

2010 Terrelle Pryor > 2005 Troy Smith?

Although there is still a game or two left between various college football teams around the country, for Ohio State and its fans, the waiting game has begun. Having put the finishing touches on an 11-1 regular season with a convincing 37-7 victory over Michigan on Saturday, the Buckeyes now wait to see who and […]

Silver Bullet Points is Better Late Than Never

As promised, updates from Tressel’s press conference and other college football news: Buckeye 411 Injury Report-Homan and Bell will be back for Penn State, as was reported earlier. Evenge is also progressing in his rehab. Speaking of Penn State- Today’s “

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