With the regular season in the books, we look back at the last half of the year and provide letter…
OSU Tailback Pittman Exceeds Expectations
Entering the 2005 season, there were questions about Ohio State sophomore tailback Antonio Pittman. Most were optimistic he would play well, but the jury was still out. The Buckeyes had not had a 1,000-yard rusher for two straight years and there were concerns it could be three in a row. However, two people who were not concerned about Pittman were head coach Jim Tressel, and Pittman himself...
3,168 Fans online
- Noon, 3:30 and night games
- What the heck is going on in AA? Bank?
- VT loss was a bad loss for us
- Spence still practicing (and other practice updates)
- Nevada, Bill, who are the realistic candidates to replace Hoke?