First, the Big House. Then, the Dean Dome. Watch out Wisconsin -- we'll be rockin' in Indy.
Mr. and Mrs. Holtmann didn't raise no dummies.
Put me in, coach. I'm ready!
Does my enjoying all this delicious schadenfreude make me a bad person?
I think when guys know what they're doing, and they trust what they're doing, and they do it over and over and over again, they become confident in it.
These few words are the essence of coaching. Hafley knows what he's doing, that's for sure.
Every one of these Ohio feel-good stories makes me miss my home state more. Everything -- absolutely everything -- is better in Ohio.
Big game Losses follow wherever Jimmy goes.
Thanks to limp-wristed president Drake, this man is no longer our coach.
A "Sooner" refers to the cheaters who jumped the gun before the Oklahoma land rush. They set out to claim free land SOONER than the honest folks who followed the rules. Then they planted their flags -- Baker Mayfield style -- and became permanent land owners. Lying, cheating and stealing come naturally to "Sooners".
Quite possibly the greatest all-around athlete in Ohio history. Jesse Owens, LeBron James and Hondo. We've lost an icon.
I hope we don't morph into a pseudo-Wolverine defense. They're the guys we beat every year.
The Buckeyes' QB run game isn't dead. It's wearing #18 on the sideline.
We're better at football. They're better at food. Let's just leave it at that.
When Haskins hits those long balls, the whole offense runs easier. Johnny Dixon reminds us how great it was when Devin Smith ran his deep routes to perfection. Really hard to believe there are three teams nationally who should be ranked ahead of the Buckeyes.
Pretend "journalists" running amok. It's time to research reporters' claims before acting on them. Taking careers-ruining action before having the facts is lunacy -- especially when your actions are based on the reports of "journalists" you've never even heard of.
Saunders is an old-fashioned Buckeye receiver. He catches everything thrown to him.
I remember Paul Warfield as one of the most graceful athletes I've ever seen. He was a powerful running back but he ran like a gazelle as a receiver and kick returner. Beautiful, beautiful player.
Kids like Higgins, with family experience in Ohio, usually come to love the Buckeyes. If your family has experienced Ohio State football, you're halfway to your final destination.
This makes the Pattersons officially a ONE-FAMILY. PIPELINE [ike the Borens].
Not sure why a loving parent would want their son to play anywhere else.
All-American human being.
We're gonna be pretty good.