In Case you Missed It

Whoa, I just realized I hadn’t posted one of these in a while. Just a few odds and ends that caught our eyes in the past week (or so).

Football Outsiders and their Fremeau Efficiency Ratings like the Buckeyes this year, preseason ranking them at #3, behind Florida and Alabama. FWIW.

Oh and never mind that Florida and Alabama are in trouble. Shame, shame, I know your name!

Also, for what it’s worth, the Sporting News Top 100 has our Buckeyes at #2. And Michigan at #71. Behind Duke. Duke Football.

Congratualtions to William Buford for being named to the USA Men’s Select Team, which is training with 2010 USA Basketball Men’s National Team in Las Vegas as we speak. Buford should be the man for the 2010-11 Buckeyes Basketball team. This should get him some national exposure and good experience.

Talk about the future locations of the Big Ten Championship Game are already starting. The Packers have already thrown their hat in the ring and want the Big Ten title game at Lambeau Field. This is going to be fun. We’ve got some great NFL stadiums in Big Ten country and places like Lambeau and Soldier Field would be great venues for Big Ten Football. I’d love to see a rotating schedule through them for the Big Ten Championship game.

Shortly after my 2010 Running Back Preview went up, I saw that Jeff Svoboda at BuckeyeSports.com posted his. It’s another good look at the lineup, coming at it from a different angle.

Jim Tressel will be taking three seniors to the Big Ten Luncheon (and accompanying events) this August. Cameron Heyward, Bryant Browning and Dane Sanzenbacher will represent Ohio State (and represent very well) at the Big Ten gathering this year.

Twittering Buckeyes update: I’ve added 9 new Buckeyes to the Twittering Buckeye page. Follow your favorite Buckeyes!

Comments

  1. geez, no mention of my RB preview…. man….

  2. @SBB – send me a link! I just started readin you guys a little while ago and must have missed it.

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