In 1956, football was bunched up compared to the wide-open styles and formations the game is played out today. The formations were wide open in the sense that most teams had a split end, although many like USC came out in two tight ends as a general rule. There were usually three men in the … Continue reading A Word from the Coach: Football Through the Past 60 Years
I asked my dad, whose football knowledge and insight never ceases to impress me, to contribute to the blog and periodically post his thoughts from the perspective of a football coach. I’ve learned so much from him over the years, and I’m thrilled that he agreed. With that being said, I’d like to introduce you … Continue reading Introducing the Coach
You can't make this stuff up. OSU is driving down the field and running down the clock. You know, your typical "leading late in the 4th" strategy. OSU gets stopped by the Central Michigan defense and suddenly it's 4th and 13. OSU runs the clock down to 4 seconds and takes a timeout. The camera … Continue reading Mind-blowing Finale: #22 OSU v. Central Mich
"Hey, Timmy, whatcha thinkin' bout?" "Oh, you know, baseball and stuff."