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Friday, January 30, 2015

College Football

Urban Meyer promised to get an Ohio State tattoo

If Ohio State was unable to shut down Oregon’s offense and lost to the Ducks in the BCS National Championship Game on Monday night, there would be one tiny silver lining for Urban Meyer — he wouldn’t have to get a tattoo. According to Buckeyes tight end Jeff Heuerman, Meyer promised his players after they…Read More

Bret Bielema takes shot at Charlie Strong’s ‘core values’

Two weeks ago, it appeared that Arkansas coach Bret Bielema secretly disrespected the Texas Longhorns when he flashed the “Horns down” symbol. As it turns out, he likely just has a nervous twitch in his hand. But on Monday, there was no question Bielema was sipping on the Hatorade. While speaking to reporters, Bielema took…Read More

Oregon national champion hats headed to third-world country

Clothing manufacturers have to be prepared for any outcome after championship games, so they always make two copies of everything — one for each team depending on who wins. Oregon got blitzed by the Buckeyes in the title game, so that means all those boxes of Ducks championship gear are headed to third-world countries where…Read More

Mark May hears it from proud Ohio State fans on Twitter again

The Ohio State Buckeyes proved on Monday that they are the best team in the country, and their performance on the field has given plenty of ammunition for Buckeyes fans to fire back at their detractors. And nobody has been a bigger detractor to them than Mark May. The ESPN analyst, who played his college…Read More

Ezekiel Elliott too much for Oregon in title game

Ezekiel Elliott was the difference in the National Championship Game Monday as he rushed for 246 yards and four touchdowns on 36 carries in Ohio State’s 42-20 win over Oregon. Elliott, a sophomore from Saint Louis, was a man among boys on the field, reminding us of Maurice Clarett in the national title game against…Read More

Kaelin Clay chimes in on Byron Marshall play

Byron Marshall nearly cost Oregon a touchdown during Monday’s National Championship Game by starting to release the ball as he was crossing the goal line on a 70-yard touchdown catch. The officials called the play a touchdown and confirmed their decision upon review, allowing the Ducks to close the deficit to four points at 21-17….Read More

Coin flip picture that went viral is Nike ad

An unbelievable photo purportedly from the opening coin toss of the National Championship Game Monday went viral, but it turns out that photo was a fake and just an advertisement by Nike. The photo shows a completely clear look at the coin along with players from both Ohio State and Oregon looking up as the…Read More

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