Video from Luke Fickell's First Presser

By Jason Priestas on June 13, 2011 at 9:31p
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Video footage from Luke Fickell's long awaited first press conference as the 23rd head coach at Ohio State. The school also released a set of Fickell Facts for your reading pleasure.

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Denny's picture

Holy crap he speaks with the same cadence as President Obama.

Taquitos.

buckeyedude's picture

Luke doesn't stutter as much as Obama.

 
 

TLB's picture

What's up with his wife's hair?

SouthBayBuckeye's picture

I wasn't looking at her hair...

Banned from ATO since June 3rd 2PMish PST

Irricoir's picture

Fickell- "This team will be as one!"

Pryor- "How everyone gunna be me?"

Real reason Pryor left early.

I don't always take names when I kick ass but when I do, they most often belong to a Wolverine.

ih8rolltyde's picture

We may actually be brothers

****igan smells like old water that hot dogs were boiled in.  FACT

SouthPlainfieldNut's picture

Unrelated, but ESPN has been displaying a news blurb on its bottom line that says something like "Last week, Jim Tressel did not attend the rules seminar that was part of his punishment."

Um... why would he?

NW Buckeye's picture

What is probably important about that (in the eyes of eSECpn) is that by foregoing the mandated class, JT is probably indicating that he is done with college coaching forever.  No surprise on our front, but the talking heads will hound it none the less. 

Scott K's picture

"There's a fine line between reality and perception"  Luke Fickell

Sounds kinda familiar...;-)

"We will have a goal this year to lead the nation in 3 categories: effort, turnovers, and toughness"

I like it...lets just hope the O gets a bit more aggressive.  I hope/pray that Fickell won't be nearly as conservative as Tressel was.  

 

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

SouthBayBuckeye's picture

wins are wins.

Banned from ATO since June 3rd 2PMish PST

poop's picture

Ugly is ugly. Boring is boring. Grow a pair and take some risks. Believe in your players to get the job done.