The decision Urban Meyer’s struggled to make all season has been made for him to the extent no one will question it Monday when Meyer names Barrett his starter for the first time this season.
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If you ever wonder why the past, why history, means so much to you, enjoy the attached baseball video of one of my iconic baseball memories growing up…and think about where life has led you.
If you fall in line with those who call Chase Utley a dirty player, who say there’s no place for playing hard to win, then this column is for you…an open invitation to join the ranks of the haters!
Response to a recent post moves me to question an age-old axiom. Why do people who live in glass houses…throw stones?
If you think those necklaces you buy at a Buckeyes game are made from real Buckeyes, you might want to know the difference in the real thing…and that passed off as a convenient look-alike. Read more in today’s Press Pros blog.
The lunatic fringe of OSU fan web sites feed this blood lust, then, hypocritically, whine about it when the brushfire they’ve stoked explodes into an inferno like Cardale Jones experienced last Saturday night.
G.K. Chesterton once wrote that “it is only because a man cannot be made a subject of science that there is any fun in being a man.” Tell that to the NFL and their Next Gen Stats technology, which is taking all of the fun out of watching the game…but not out of writing this article.
With diminishing attendance in too many area stadiums, the question is a good and relevant one. “Why aren’t you going to see high school football?”
They say you can’t go back to the things you once loved to do. That’s not true, except if you try to play baseball the way you once played. Take my word for it.
If you’re one that’s wondering why your team hasn’t been written about on Press Pros yet, consider the same factors that we do relative to who’s reading, and why?
If you’re horrified and turned off by the fight that happened in the Washington Nationals’ dugout, consider that we all need a occasional wake-up call, however it comes.
Some call it “Sports Talk”, some call it “entertainment”, and some would even call it making a living. But I call all the superfluous yack and analysis about “games” pure self-aggrandizement…and sleep-inducing.
The death of Yogi Berra is one more reminder of major league baseball’s best days having gone by. And frankly, it has nothing to do with baseball.
Jim Tressel is still the living proof that the rogue always gets the benefit of the doubt in his hometown, which proves that everybody is loved by someone…somewhere.
Most people will think football in terms of a Friday night in St. Henry, but I go early to visit, pay respect, and thank an old hero from my youth for what his kindness once meant to me.
Some words about SEC coaches who thumb their nose at Ohio State’s remaining schedule. All hail the first amendment, but you’d better take care of your business!
Last year it was bad behavior by the Ohio State band members; this year it’s questionable content of the Kansas State’s band and it’s halftime show. Why?
Michigan Stadium, Saturday, November 28, 2015. Jim Harbaugh has just won his first game against Ohio State in dramatic fashion. Chris Fowler and Kirk Herbstreit send the broadcast down to the field, and here’s what the post-game comments might sound like.
If you knew my dad in his prime you won’t be surprised to learn that Labor Day as we think of it now was anything but a holiday…and something that made you want to go back to work on Tuesday.
If we believe in meteorology, in the science of cell phones and technology, why are we so in the dark when it comes to playing (or not playing) football in rain and lightning?