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Luke Fickell picked to fill in for Buckeyes’ Tressel

March 30, 2011

Associated Press COLUMBUS: Ohio State coach Jim Tressel apologized Wednesday for letting people down by violating NCAA rules, calling it “a difficult past couple of months.” “The largest regrets I've had in my life have been when I've disappointed people, when I've let people down,” Tressel said while facing the media for the first time [...]

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Buckeye Regular Season Recap and Look Ahead

November 29, 2010

vs. Marshall 45-7Wvs. Miami,Fla. 36-24Wvs. Ohio U. 43-7Wvs. EMU 73-20W@ Illinois 24-13Wvs. Indiana 38-10W@ Wisconsin 31-18Lvs. Purdue 49-0W@ Minnesota 52-10Wvs. PSU 38-14W@ Iowa 20-17Wvs. That Team Up North 37-7W 11-1 is a respectable regular season by any standard. We pointed towards three games in the pre-season, and those games did indeed prove to be the [...]

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Ohio State / Miami: Revenge for Who?

September 9, 2010

Revenge is a dish best served cold; but is it even on the menu? Many outsider's reference 'the call', and they wonder how that call might factor into Saturday's clash between Miami and Ohio State. I can't speak for Miami fans, but I can give you my perspective. When 'the call' happened – I shook [...]

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‘The Shoe’ is Open for Business

September 1, 2010

Approximately 95,000 fans will fill Ohio Stadium tomorrow night in a highly anticipated match-up between Marshall and Ohio State. You say, “It's only Marshall”, I say it's better than Tennessee-Martin. It could be Heidelberg College and there would still be excitement. It's the first Thursday night opener since Wyoming came to town in 1997 when [...]

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The Big Ten is Back

August 26, 2010

It's been a 4 or 5 year, well-deserved media and hater onslaught, and Ohio State's two National Championship losses sit at the center of the 'contraversy'. That doesn't mean the negative press hasn't taken it a little bit too far from time to time. The BigTen has been down by nearly everyone's standards, but the [...]

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Starting Spots Up for Grabs / An Early Depth Chart

August 13, 2010

The Ohio State opener is less than three weeks away.Not many teams have as much media coverage as Ohio State. Finding new information can be tedious. Now, we've had enough practices to build upon our pre-season speculations. We are finally starting to see what this team might look like against Marshall.Most of the starters had [...]

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Tressel Revving Up His Not-So-Little Engine That Could

August 11, 2010

Ask a die-hard Ohio State fan. Most of us expected Pryor to redshirt. Nobody expected Todd Boeckman to continue his turnover barrage. Pryor's last 10 starts in '08 came as a surprise, to the fans, and probably to Jim Tressel. In hind-site, it's the best thing that could have happened. The thought of a dual-threat [...]

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10 Hurdles Standing Between Ohio State and Another National Championship

July 21, 2010

I mean, other than the 12 hurdles lurking on the schedule. 10.TP's Ball SecurityIt's been a problem since day one. Pryor has been at the heart of 21 turnovers since taking the starting job. The offense has enough experience and firepower to make up for the occasional turnover, but if the Purdue game taught us [...]

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Tressel Monkey Alive and Kickin’, for Now

June 29, 2010

The dispicamus monkey was once believed to be extinct. It appeared as if Jim Tressel and his mighty Ohio State Buckeyes were sitting on top of the world when Ohio State defeated Notre Dame 34-20 in the 2006 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. The win was Ohio State's fourth consecutive BCS bowl victory, and a convincing one [...]

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BuckNews 6-21-10

June 21, 2010

Thanks for tuning into the inaugural edition of BuckNews! The first topic today is the second, yes, second shooting of Ohio State DE commitment Jamel Turner. You may recall that Turner was shot about two months ago. He was doing well after being wounded by two bullets in that shooting – until today's AP release [...]

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