Video from Fickell and Seniors Today

By 11W Staff on June 28, 2011 at 10:32p

No longer interim (but not quite permanent) head coach Luke Fickell and selected Buckeyes met with the press earlier today. Videos of each below.


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biggy84's picture

I like their focus on the season!

Scott K's picture

"...we've gotten tighter, we've gotten more pissed off, and we're just ready to go."

In Brewster we trust!

"There's a fine line between stupid, and....clever.  David St. Hubbins/Nigel Tufnel

GoBucks713's picture

I think this season I go from worshiping Bob Dylan to worshiping Mike Brewster. Raise your Brew!

-The Aristocrats!

Buckeye in Athens's picture

I see a Brewster-themed drinking game in here somewhere. Each pancake block = finish the drink

GoBucks713's picture

I'll drink a Brewster to that!

-The Aristocrats!

RBuck's picture

I see a Brewster themed tee, "We're Pissed Off".

Long live the southend.

GoBucks713's picture

Brewster's "We're Pissed Off" Stout

Screw Coors and it's mountain water. We're Brewed with water from the muddy banks of the Olentangy.

-The Aristocrats!

GoBucks713's picture

I think my next batch of beer is going to be called "Home Brewster" and I'm putting a picture of him on the bottles.

If I give him a 12 pack will it be a violation?

-The Aristocrats!

blazers34's picture

eh, just wait till the day the season ends and you'll be good.  maybe he'll even throw back a few with you lol

buckeyedude's picture

Probably not the proper article/forum, but since we're talkiing about Michael Brewster, check this out:

Just so you all know: Buckeye Beer was a Toledo landmark for 134 years, from its mere beginning in east Toledo till the closing of its doors at 1501 Michigan St.(how ironic) in 1972. We can trace the beginning to 1838 but not much is known about the brewery till Jacobi and Coghlin took it over in the mid 1800. They were instrumental in turning Buckeye around and making it the largest and the longest running brewery in Toledo history. 

Maumee Bay Brewing in Toledo now makes it's version of Buckeye Beer. It is a pale ale. Smooth. Good head. And it doesn't give one gas.I used to brew my own for a couple of years, so I have a passion for good beer, not the mass produced crap(you know who I mean).