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Buckeyes Reeling After Getting Bounced in South Florida

After beating Akron 42-0, we thought it might be all right. After struggling with Toledo, there was concern. Saturday’s disaster in South Beach removed any and all illusions of another successful season for Ohio State football. The Buckeyes were manhandled … Continue reading

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A Message From the 2011 Ohio State Buckeyes

In one week, the off season will be history. It’s time for football.

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The First Domino Falls: Rife Pleads Guilty

Columbus, Ohio tattoo parlor owner, Edward Rife, pleaded guilty yesterday in a US District Court in Columbus. Rife was the “unfortunate cog in the wheel,” according to his attorney, Stephen Palmer, that has resulted in the NCAA’s investigation of Ohio … Continue reading

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Ohio State: Still More Questions than Answers

In our 24/7 news cycling, Twitter following culture, conclusion jumping has become so prominent it may become an Olympic event in 2012. Witness the daily fluctuations in the “legacy” of Lebron James. One day, he’s better than Jordan, today, he … Continue reading

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Judging the Book by the (Magazine) Cover

Read how the media’s new Jim Tressel narrative doesn’t fit with reality.

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The Games of My Life

Some mark the times of their lives with music. They can hear a song on the radio and instantly tell you what year it came out and the memories surrounding that song. For others, it’s films or television. For me … Continue reading

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Smith and Gee now on the Hotseat

The release last night of Sports Illustrated’s reported bombshell article that would “blow the lid off Ohio State football” was not quite as billed. Pulitzer Prize winner George Dohrmann can be fairly certain this morning that his investigation into improprieties … Continue reading

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