Can’t embed this one, but here’s the link. Here are some of my favorite stories and articles about the game tonight. Bob Hunter of the Dispatch does a great job summarizing the impact tonight’s game has on the perception of the program. Perception is Reality, Until the Buckeyes Change it. EDSBS paints a positive picture
Here’s the first line of an article I came across… Jim Tressel encouraged 13 of his juniors to ask the NFL where they might be selected in the next draft. Of course my first thought was along the lines of, “What are you thinking? Have you gone mad?” But as I continued to read through
Wow. So the Buckeyes have knocked Lloyd Carr out of a job, the Browns swept the season series against the Ravens, and I get to write a guest post on a Michigan site. Things are looking pretty good today. So I wrote the wager post for Ghosts, we’ll send along a link when we see
Ohio State threw the ball twice in the second half. Michigan knew the run was coming, they just couldn’t stop it. Perhaps the Big House should be renamed. How about Beanie’s house? 2 touchdowns and 220 yards rushing provided all the offense the Buckeyes would need in this one. Gholston and the Buckeye defense swarmed
My dad used to tell me, “Every year a Buckeye fan wants three things. Most important is beat Michigan. Second is win the Big Ten. And finally win the Rose Bowl.” Yeah, this one stung for a little while. But I keep thinking back to the beginning of the season. If you would have told me that
Chris Wells put the Buckeyes on his back and carried them to a 38-17 win over the Badgers. Wells ran for three scores and 169 yards on 21 carries. This game was much closer than the final score indicates, as Wisconsin had a 17-10 lead in the third quarter. That was when Wells took over.