Category Archives: Editorial

EDITORIAL: Heisman High’s and Low’s

Archie Griffin Heisman

Devonta Smith(Alabama) was awarded the 2020 Heisman Trophy. Congratulations to him and his success this season. The fact that Ohio State will face the Tide in the National Championship game reminded me of an Editorial from Joe-S-U detailing the Buckeyes history against Heisman winners.  Since his article, the Buckeyes have also faced Heisman trophy owners Baker Mayfield (2017), Derrick Henry (2015)

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A few words on Kobe Bryant…

I hope everyone will please indulge me as I say a few words with my thoughts of the tragedy that occurred yesterday. By now, everyone has heard and is processing the terrible news of the tragic passing of basketball legend Kobe Bryant and 8 others including his 13 year old daughter Gigi, in the unspeakable helicopter accident yesterday in California.

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College Football Playoff: A Case for Number 1

The Great Debate Begins… The first College Football Playoff rankings will be released next week on Tuesday, November 5th. With the exception of Clemson, the top 5 teams in the AP poll and Coaches poll are all on bye week this weekend, which means the committee will have each team’s resume up to this point. If history tells us anything,

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Sound of Rushing Water (When JUST Being Undefeated Isn’t Enough)

Sailors on submarines are taught to run immediately to the sound of rushing water.  Makes obvious sense to me. Rush to the problem and fix it before it becomes too big, too serious and untenable. Stop and listen closely to our football program; you will be able to hear the faint but definite sound of water rushing into our “ship.”

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Fickle About Fickell

Buckeye Blastphemy To close friends, I have uttered a thought that is akin to Buckeye heresy.  My thought is that Luke Fickell, our much beloved player, assistant coach and now Defensive Coordinator, MAY NOT have the “right stuff.”  Remember the operative words here are, “MAY NOT” as compared to definitive forms such as “does not.” CAVEATS: •I know it is

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