It’s that time of year again! Time for the Super Bowl! The Cleveland Browns are once again spectators and luckily for all of us here in Ohio so are the Pittsburgh Steelers. If we can’t go at least they aren’t either. How about the Buckeyes that are going to the big game? We’ll dig into it… Let’s rumble!
Four former Ohio State Buckeyes will be on the field on Super Sunday and they all will see significant action. Ironically, they all will be on the same sideline and wearing red.
Ted Ginn Jr, Donte Whitner, Alex Boone and Larry Grant will represent THE Ohio State University in the Mercedes-Benz Super Dome in New Orleans, Louisiana as members of the San Francisco 49ers during Super Bowl 47. Read More
Just a short while ago the news came down the pipe. Jack Tatum, former Buckeye Corner and Oakland Raider Safety, passed away today from a heart attack. Tatum was player feared around both the College and NFL ranks for his ferocious hits and is now recognized for it as the namesake of a weekly team award – the “Jack Tatum hit of the week” which is voted on by the players.
Tatum is a member of the College Football Hall of Fame (2005) and was one of the “Super Sophomores” that graced the fields of Ohio Stadium and rejuvenated Woody Hayes’ career at the onset of the 10 year war. He was an All-American for all 3 years that he played: 1968-1970.
We’ll miss you Jack.