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The Sacrifice

On June 26, 2012 by

Jared Sullinger is paying the price. One year ago, he made an unconventional choice. As a lock to be drafted in the top five and the engine behind a memorable season, nobody would...

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Ring the damn bell

The Tuesday Victory Bell

On June 26, 2012 by Grant Edgell

Good morning and welcome to your Tuesday Victory Bell. At bat – number-one – Bradley. Roby. The sophomore standout cornerback, who spent a good portion of his true freshman season overshadowing junior counterpart...

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Meyer will maximize Miller, then Barrett

On June 25, 2012 by Grant Edgell

  Former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor chose The Ohio State University so he could play in Jim Tressel‘s ‘pro style’ offense. He passed up offers to play under a couple of coaches,...

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Ring. The Bell.

The Monday Victory Bell

On June 25, 2012 by Chris Holloway

  It’s once again Monday, which means a wrapup of the weekend’s news, which turns it’s eye eastward toward the land of Big Ben and Buckingham Palace. We take a look at some...

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You Were Never a Coach

On June 23, 2012 by Grant Edgell

  Your life is over, Gerald Arthur Sandusky. Never again will we have to wonder if you’ll get what’s coming to you. A jury consisting of twelve of your peers found you guilty...

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A Cloud. Of Links.


On June 22, 2012 by Chris Holloway

  Each Friday, The Empire will bring you the best of the web, Ohio State edition, a collection of links and notes from around the quilting circle known as the Ohio State media....

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The Friday Victory Bell

On June 22, 2012 by Grant Edgell

Good morning, Buckeye Nation, and welcome to your Friday Victory Bell. Hopefully you have hugely exciting weekend plans to look forward to once this stupid fantastic day ends. I’m spending my next two...

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Artist's Rendition

Urban Meyer – History’s Greatest Monster

On June 21, 2012 by Chris Holloway

  Jack the Ripper? Rank Amateur. Charles Manson? Not even close. The worst person in the whole wide world, in all of recorded history, is one Urban Frank Meyer, III. If you read...

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The Victory Bell

The Thursday Victory Bell

On June 21, 2012 by

Good morning, citizens of the Empire. It’s almost the first official weekend of the summer. You best be spending it wisely: by the water, with a family-friendly (or not) drink in your hand,...

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Jared Sullinger will quiet the critics again

On June 20, 2012 by Grant Edgell

  Editor’s Note: Written by Buckeye Empire contributor Ron Hamp Is he too slow? Is he able to control his weight? Is he able to play against elite competition? Can he jump? These...

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Ring The Damn Bell

The Wednesday Victory Bell

On June 20, 2012 by Chris Holloway

  Once again we find ourselves in the middle of the week, eagerly making weekend plans and lamenting that we are still 70+ days away from football season’s kickoff. That doesn’t mean that...

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Urban Meyer

The Power of Belief

On June 19, 2012 by

“Hey dude, worry about the arrests coming to your program based on Florida under Meyer.” – Pete Prisco, via Twitter. Okay, Prisco is kind of a jerk. His comment on Twitter, made last...

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Ring The Damn Bell

The Tuesday Victory Bell

On June 19, 2012 by Grant Edgell

Good morning Buckeye Nation, as well as anyone else who struggles to stomach Wisconsin’s Bret Bielema. If you fit into either category, welcome to the Empire. You’re amongst friends. First and foremost I...

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Woody would have loved Tyvis Powell

On June 18, 2012 by Grant Edgell

  As Wayne Woodrow Hayes once famously said, “You can never pay back, but you can always pay forward.” We should have known on June 1st, 2011 that Tyvis Powell fit the mold....

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The Monday Victory Bell

On June 18, 2012 by Chris Holloway

  Welcome to yet another week, thus another Monday Victory Bell. I can think of no better way for you to settle into your workweek than with a roundup of the weekend’s news...

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