Posts Tagged ‘Buckeyes’

Courtesy of bleacherreport.com

We are now a little more than half-way through the month of September and the Sports World continues to entertain/surprise. Football season is underway and already there have been some surprises, upsets, and nail-biters in both College and NFL play. That’s what fall is all about really, enjoying the cooler weather with friends and family while watching a man’s game. With that being said today on the East Side we are going to take a look at what, where, and who have been hot so far in September; and who really have not been so hot as the fall months ‘kick-off’. (Pun intended)

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The slogan centered around the Ohio State Football Team over the years includes all the fans telling each other through, thick or thin, “OH..(and the other responds)..IO”; with the latest controversy coming out of Columbus, Ohio, however, it has quickly become “OH…OHNO!” All jokes aside, the news of Terrelle Pryor’s departure surfaced around 6 p.m. yesterday evening. ESPN News reported that Pryor’s attorney said the Quarterback would not return for his senior year; this after news came out earlier last week when ex-Head Coach Jim Tressel was fired about Pryor receiving improper benefits (cars, etc.). Coincidence? I think not.
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Courtesy of UPI.com

As I woke up this morning, being the huge Ohio State football nut that I am, I heard the worst news I could have possibly heard – Jim Tressel is resigning as the Head Coach at Ohio State. In my opinion this event is something that is not good for college football, but it is indeed necessary. For months now the head man at Ohio State had been struggling along after news broke that he covered up a message dealing with his players selling their OSU memorabilia in order to receive tattoos and that this tattoo artist was currently under investigation. I, along with every other OSU and Tressel fan, was in denial that he would leave his daily job at the Horseshoe because before I always had that sentimental feeling about Tressel and that he was the man who could do it all for Ohio State; there was no way he was going to topple down in this manner.

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