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Comment 12 May 2015
Of course Oregon also played them at home while the Buckeyes had to go to East Lansing. Not like that played into the outcomes, huh?
Comment 04 May 2015

I always saw Fulmer getting canned as the just reward for how Johnny Majors got ushered out to make room for him. 

Comment 01 May 2015
9 tackles are pretty good when a decent number of them happen behind the LOS, not 7 or 8 yards upfield. But hey, at least you know he's got wheels.
Comment 20 Apr 2015
Off subject but how does one get a -105 voting record? Maybe you should +1 some O-H & I-O posts to offset your down votes…
Comment 19 Apr 2015
Unless you are referring specifically to the Notre Dame campus, I would not use the terms beautiful or quaint to describe South Bend.
Comment 19 Apr 2015
Meyer has already has two opportunities to take that job. Both times he chose UF. He ain't leaving Columbus for South Bend.
Comment 01 Apr 2015
It must be something with the tide. Nawh, probably just the writer's catch phrase.
Comment 24 Mar 2015
Jim Harbaugh lived in the state of Ohio for something like 4 - 5 years of his life, the last of which he would have been 7 years old. Not like he cut his football teeth in the state.
Comment 24 Feb 2015
Your argument would make total sense if Harbaugh and Drayton both had the same contract situation. Harbaugh was under contract through the 2015 season with the 49ers, Drayton's contract with Ohio State was set to expire at the end of this April.
Comment 19 Feb 2015
Just a comment to the original post. Over the past 50 years, Ohio State recognizes national championships from the '68, '70 and '02 seasons in addition to the most recent title captured this season. It drives me nuts to no end that our own fans dismiss the '61 & '70 championships because they weren't the AP or coaches poll titles.
Comment 18 Feb 2015
Ohio State does not claim titles for the 1944 & 1973 seasons but they most certainly have claimed the '61 and '70 titles. Both of these awards are pretty prestigious, in fact the FWAA Grantland Rice Trophy was the first national championship trophy to be awarded and the National Football Foundation is the same organization that administers the College Football Hall of Fame. Don't buy the narrative that the only parties capable of selecting a national champion were AP members and GA's/SID's filling out a coach's ballot.