Tag Archives: Ohio State

College Football Week One: Random Thoughts

Rather than attempt to form a coherent analysis each week about the happenings of college football, I thought it appropos to let art imitate life and set my writing style to the game I’m writing about. So since we’re talking … Continue reading

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Texas A&M Not Leaving for the SEC…Yet.

Southeastern Conference officials voted yesterday not to invite Texas A&M into the conference as was widely speculated. This move, however, is generally perceived as a legal move so that the SEC won’t be subject to any potential litigation for “poaching” … Continue reading

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Tressel on Borrowed Time?

The bad news coming out of Columbus began with the trickle of tattoos and has broadened into a steady stream of allegations of impropriety. To this point, the university has steadfastly supported head coach Jim Tressel, but comments made last … Continue reading

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Fearless Forecast: Jim Tressel

While yesterday’s forecast might be interpreted as wishful thinking on my part, today my crystal ball sees a happening that would deeply sadden me. I don’t think we’ve heard the entire story as it relates to Jim Tressel and my … Continue reading

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Daily Rant

I’ve spent the better part of the last two years listening to fans from other schools lambaste John Calipari as a “scumbag,” a “cheater,” and other words not fit to print. Since I also follow Ohio State football and interact … Continue reading

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