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Urban’s Departure Leaves Uncertainties, While We All Wish Him Well

The job in Columbus that most in the country recognizes, even more so than the Governorship of the State of Ohio, is that of the Head Coaching position of The Ohio State University’s Football Program. The Buckeyes! And for whatever... Continue Reading →

TTUN, Say Hello to Mr. Dwayne Haskins & a 62-39 Reality

Well, Buckeye Nation, how do you feel right now? Speaking for myself – I’ll take another Guinness, please! Where’s Northwestern we all seem to be chanting …. But, please – it’s been a season of ups and downs – just... Continue Reading →

Buckeyes Defense Shows Up in East Lansing – OSU 26 MSU 6

EAST LANSING, *ich. — The ball came spitting out in the end zone – for but a split second - before Dre'Mont Jones jumped on it, giving the Buckeyes a touchdown that turned the game around – making it all... Continue Reading →

Haskins Has A Career Day In Stopping The Pesky Hoosiers 49-26

As a die-hard Buckeye fan, which we all are, were there visions of last year’s Iowa game floating about in your memory bank? It was mine! Was it all déjà vu in repeat mode? One year ago, an emotional fourth-quarter... Continue Reading →

Urban’s Return Produces a Rout Of The Green Wave

The Ohio State University, fourth-ranked nationally, handed a wondrous gift to Urban Meyer, upon his return to the sideline after a three-game suspension on his handling of the Zach Smith fiasco. The whole indent appeared to keep Coach relaxed, and... Continue Reading →

Buckeyes’ Completely Destroys The Scarlet Knights 52-3

(photo courtesy of WBNS-10TV Columbus, Ohio) The Nation’s fourth-ranked team, The Ohio State University completely demolished the Rutgers Scarlet Knights. It would be the final tune-up prior to the season’s first challenge in a prime-time collision vs. the 16th ranked... Continue Reading →

In Buckeyes Winning of the Big Ten Title vs. Badgers 27-21 – They lose CFP Nod

The Ohio State Buckeyes destroyed the hopes of the Wisconsin Badgers to being part of the CFP action. In a 27-21 thriller, the Buckeyes left Indianapolis with hopes of being invited to the College Football Playoffs themselves. But we would... Continue Reading →

Terry Glenn – Dead At 43 – R.I.P.

The former NFL star, receiver Terry Glenn, who was the recipient of Tom Brady’s first TD pass with the New England Patriots back in 2001, has died Monday – November 20, 2017, after a one car rollover accident in Irvington,... Continue Reading →

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