1. Buckeyes Bid to Be First With Three Consecutive Outright Big Ten Titles

    Throughout the 103 years of its existence, the Big Ten Conference has never seen a team win three straight titles. Ohio State has their chance now...

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about almost 6 years ago 174 reads 1 comments

  2. College Football Power Rankings: Week Six

    1. Oklahoma Oklahoma wallops Baylor with a score of 49-17 to remain at the top of college football. Sam Bradford was 23 for 31, passing for 372 yards and two touchdowns and rushing for another...

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about almost 6 years ago 1,647 reads 45 comments

  3. Cincinnati Bengals-Dallas Cowboys: Chad Ocho Cinco and Terrell Owens

    With the upcoming match up between the Dallas Cowboys and the Cincinnati Bengals, it’s hard not to come up with something crazy being said about a game with two of the most vocal wide receivers in the NFL...

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about almost 6 years ago 2,856 reads 10 comments

  4. Dodgers-Cubs: Chad Billingsley to Showcase Stuff in Series of Young Guns

    After an exhilarating performance from young first baseman James Loney during Game One of the NLDS, Game Two will see another young guy in pitcher Chad Billingsley in his first postseason start...

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about almost 6 years ago 891 reads 16 comments

  5. Joe Beimel and the Playoffs: Deadly Combination?

    If you ask any Los Angeles Dodgers fan how left-handed reliever Joe Beimel has performed for their team during the postseason, they will most likely roll their eyes and mutter something about ...

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about almost 6 years ago 429 reads 8 comments

  6. College Football Power Rankings Week Five

    1. Oklahoma In a week of upsets, Oklahoma destroyed TCU 35-10. They got it going early with a 24-yard TD pass from Sam Bradofrd to Juquin Iglesias on the Sooner’s first offensive series...

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about almost 6 years ago 1,265 reads 67 comments

  7. College Football Power Rankings Week Four

    1. USCUSC plays on Thursday night against Oregon State in their first Pac-10 game. What else to say about this powerhouse? 2. OklahomaOklahoma beat Washington 55-14 this weekend...

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about almost 6 years ago 487 reads 20 comments

  8. Controversy, Injury, Confusion Surround Ohio State Football

    There is something fishy going on at Ohio State. The status on Beanie Wells has changed more frequently than I’ve been able to keep track of, the QBs have more to worry about than throwing interceptions, and the team is no longer a Big Ten favorite.

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about 6 years ago 1,158 reads 39 comments

  9. College Football Power Rankings: Week Three

    1. USC Anyone who saw the game Saturday knows how powerful the Trojans are. Pete and boys had a near perfect game against the No. 5 team in the nation, their only mishap being an interception on the one-yard line in the final seconds of the first half...

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about 6 years ago 1,074 reads 21 comments

  10. Dodgers-Padres: Los Angeles Brings NL West Lead to 3.5 Games

    The Los Angeles Dodgers padded their division lead Wednesday night, beating the San Diego Padres 7-2 in San Diego. Derek Lowe didn’t much enjoy his fantastic start however; a comebacker caused him to leave the game in the sixth inning...

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about 6 years ago 362 reads 2 comments

  11. An Alternative Look at USC-Ohio State

    With all the excitement for the upcoming game versus USC, I thought that I would take somewhat of an unusual approach to analyzing a component of the game...

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about 6 years ago 1,819 reads 51 comments

  12. What USC Fans Have to Say About The Ohio State Game

    Let me introduce you to Larry Tashjian and Roy Manukyan, two true-blooded USC football fans. Larry is a USC graduate that graduated in 1976 and has been a long-time Trojan ticket-holder and large supporter...

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about 6 years ago 1,632 reads 5 comments

  13. Flashback: A Comparison of Woody Hayes and John McKay

    Jim Tressel is arguably the most revered head coach after the Woody Hayes era at Ohio State. And despite his rocky first season of 6-6, the same can be said about Pete Carroll following John McKay at Southern California...

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about 6 years ago 1,477 reads 6 comments

  14. ESPN College Football Power Rankings

    ESPN has released their Week Two college football power rankings. 1. USC Sitting out a week? VERY powerful. In all seriousness however, this USC team is scary...

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about 6 years ago 1,267 reads 7 comments

  15. Ohio State All-Time Lineup

    While this list is not totally complete, it is what I have come up with for my All-Time Buckeye lineup. I tried to consider personal success as well as team success for the years that each player was active on the team...

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about 6 years ago 1,119 reads 15 comments

  16. Manny Ramirez Leads Dodgers over Diamondbacks, 4-2

    For those of you who have read any of my previous articles, you know that I take a very professional approach in writing them. However, this time I thought I would simply write as a fan and not as an aspiring journalist...

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about 6 years ago 360 reads 1 comments

  17. Ohio State Buckeye Traditions

    As we all know, our boys work very hard out on that field every year, in practice, games, bowls, and training camps. Sometimes it’s easy to overlook some of the key players and units when ...

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about 6 years ago 1,978 reads 4 comments

  18. Ohio State Buckeyes Making Impact in the NFL

    As football season approaches, talk is not only focused on college football, but also the equally loved and hated NFL. As training camps kick off, I thought I would take a look at some former Buckeyes who are currently active in the NFL...

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about 6 years ago 1,711 reads 23 comments

  19. Dodgers-Rockies: Russell Martin, James Loney Lead Los Angeles Over Colorado

    The Los Angeles Dodgers prevailed over the Colorado Rockies 16-10 in a run-filled evening at Coors Field in Denver. Between the two teams, there were 38 hits, and surprisingly, 20 of those were from the Rockies’ bats...

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about 6 years ago 708 reads 0 comments

  20. Two Home Runs by Nomar Garciaparra Brings Dodgers Tied for First

    Garciaparra clinched his return on Friday night with two home runs to help the Dodgers beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 8-7 in Arizona. It was Garciaparra’s first multi-homer game in six years...

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about 6 years ago 415 reads 0 comments

  21. Los Angeles Dodgers: Missed Chance to Go Ahead in NL West

    Despite having a win percentage of .483, after four straight wins, the Dodgers were only a half game behind the Arizona Diamondbacks in the NL West...

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about 6 years ago 484 reads 2 comments

  22. Los Angeles Dodgers: Win Third Straight Against the Astros, Take Series 3-1

    The Dodgers’ win streak wasn’t the only one to be prolonged as Chad Billingsley puts away his fourth straight win finishing eight innings up 5-2, which would end up being the final score...

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about 6 years ago 597 reads 0 comments

  23. Los Angeles Dodgers: Kuroda Has Successful Return in 4-1 Win Over Astros

    Hiroki Kuroda has spent the last three weeks on the disabled list with tendonitis in his shoulder, after barely making it through two innings against San Diego on Jun. 12. His return to the active roster with a start tonight, Jul...

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about 6 years ago 457 reads 0 comments

  24. Los Angeles Dodgers: Furcal to Undergo Surgery

    Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop Rafael Furcal announced Wednesday that he will undergo surgery Thursday for a bulging disc in his lower back. The injury began late in the 2007 season, causing him to miss the Dodgers' last 12 games...

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about 6 years ago 630 reads 2 comments

  25. Jeff Kent: The Dodgers’ Surprising Backbone for ’07 and ‘08?

    Two years ago, Jeff Kent had everyone, including myself, wanting him to retire at the season’s close. He had struggled with injuries all season, and was relatively old for the league, at 39 years old...

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about 6 years ago 174 reads 2 comments