Brenton Cox is yet another outstanding additional to the Buckeye football family. This defensive line haul for the 2018 lass could be special indeed, Go Bucks!
The Pacers have officially gone fishin'! This was a difficult series by the Cavs, as the Pacers are very talented. Thank goodness the Cavs that played this series was very different than the team that played out the season. The week of rest is well-deserved and should benefit an older roster. Go Cavs!
Conley was tremendous last night in Game 4. Playing in small market Memphis, Conley doesn't get the national recognition his peers in larger markets do do yet his work both on and off the court deserve the highest praise.
From the return of veteran players, the work being done on the recruiting trail, the 'new' additions to the offensive staff, and escaping the spring without any significant injuries, the vibe with the football program is nothing but positive. I hope these young men can make great choices through the spring/summer and that all make it to fall camp.
Above all, the work done by the 11W staff, as always, has been exceptional and is greatly appreciated. Go Bucks!
Hove...thanks for sharing the link. I didn't know anything about Elijaah Goinswas prior to seeing his name on the fastest Buckeye football list. Elijaah's story is inspiring and the kind of young man we all love and respect. His parents must be very proud of him and for good reason. Go Bucks!
The thing that truly stands out to me about Coach Snyder is that when he took the KSU job it was most likely the worst job in America. Coach Snyder took a job with far more negatives and has been a very consistent winner over time. Coach Snyder, unlike so many in the coaching profession, has never been about him. Coach Snyder is, to me, a giant among men.
My thoughts and prayers go out to the Snyder family, the entire KSU community, and college football. Coach Snyder not being on the sideline would be a huge loss for all.
Okudah just seems like a very special young man. His letter to his mother when he committed to our Buckeyes demonstrated a maturity and character that is rare for an 18-year old. I am very confident Okudah will make a big impact this fall. Go Bucks!
It's hard to imagine what Reagan's family and friends are going through now and will moving forward. My thoughts and prayers go out to all whose lives Reagan touched. May the justice system move swiftly so the family won't have to re-live this over and over.
What a tremendous game tonight to watch?! It was an especially great win for the Cavs beating a 'hot' team at home, breaking their long home court winning streak, and winning a bit short-handed and against the odds. As has been said above, this game in DC could well be the game of the year in the NBA. Go Cavs!
What a great win and especially so against TTUN. Go Bucks!
and those rotten-rat bastards from the north still suck! Go Bucks!
It sounds like Thayer Munford has traveled a somewhat difficult road yet has not lost sight of finding a better path in life. This is the kind of young man I usually find myself rooting just a little harder for than usual.
Best wishes to Munford as he chases his dream of being the first to graduate from college and to one day be in the NFL. Go Bucks!
That's a very cool story about Amir Riep and his dedication to becoming a Buckeye. I'm very glad he'll be in Columbus during his college career and am excited to watch him in the future. Go Bucks!
It's hard to imagine a man at Kyle Snyder's age being as dominant as he is on the world stage. Snyder's accomplishments are almost unmatched in American wrestling lore.
Congratulations to Kyle and best wishes going forward.
Based on my life experiences it's just my opinion. I have family members who are ND fans so know all too well of the arrogance of that fan base. I also live near and work with many Gator fans, most of whom are still bitter and blame Urban Meyer for everything that has gone wrong for them since his departure. ND is 3rd on my list fwiw. Go Bucks!
I try not to root for bad things to happen to others but may have to make an exception here. In terms of pure arrogance, their fans are second only to those arrogant pricks from the north. Go Bucks!
I try to always appreciate the contributions of student-athletes and members of the coaching staff who have put in so much work to represent OSU in the best of ways. It's no different for me with Warriner, who certainly did fine work on the offensive line.
However, the role of offensive coordinator carries much more pay and thus, far more responsibility. The play of the Buckeyes in the biggest moments in the last two seasons has been unsatisfactory to say the least.
Best wishes to Ed Warriner. It's time for everyone to look to the future. Go Bucks!
I was unable to watch tonight's game but just saw the ending. Wow! I've seen far too many basketball games in my life to count but have never seen one end like that! I'm very excited for Thad, the staff, and those Buckeye hoopsters. Hopefully they will be able to continue building momentum. Go Bucks!
Thanks for the nightly updates Andrew. You are doing great work and it is much appreciated. IMO, the search for another receiver tells me there will be some holes in that room before the year ends and that Kevin Wilson is going to have a full hand to play next fall. Go Bucks!.
All things being equal, the bigger, stronger man wins. IMO, the inability to stretch the field, either by scheme or athlete, is now being addressed. We'll see a significant and dynamic change on offense going forward. Go Bucks!
Kevin Wilson's background and resume make him the perfect fit for this OSU offense. I am very excited about seeing this Buckeye team play much faster next fall and continue to evolve into a much more balanced and dangerous unit. Go Bucks!
That was good to see our Buckeyes compete as hard as they did throughout the game and stay together when times got tough down the stretch. Hopefully this is a sign of better days ahead. For tonight I am happy for Thad and a win. Go Bucks!
Wyatt Davis is one of the rare college freshmen who might be able to step in and make an impact early on the offensive line. His size, skill set, and toughness clearly separate Davis from any I've seen enter OSU since Orlando Pace. Go Bucks!
These young men need to do what they believe is in their best interests. Speaking only for myself, I never want a recruit to come to OSU unless he is 100% sure he wants to be a Buckeye. Otherwise, he can find a more suitable place and I'll wish him well. It's really no big deal. Go Bucks!