That song can be a bit cheesy, but hell, I’m excited. The Buckeyes, who have won 7 Big Ten championships since their last visit to Pasadena are, at long last, finally heading back to Pasadena. I’m disappointed this game went into overtime, as I feel it was unnecessary for our defense to underperform in the 4th quarter. Alas, I’m glad it got done. The Buckeyes now have 5 straight Big Ten championships and all but 2005 and 2008 have been primary shares. Sharing may be caring, but I’m not the caring type. A win against Michigan ensures that we won’t have to share the Big Ten crown with anyone.
A more comprehensive recap post will follow, but I’m going to sit back and enjoy this for a while. In the meantime, if you’re not watching Notre Dame get pummeled by Pitt or enjoying the fact that USC fell victim to a Cardinal curbstomping (and is thus out of the Pac 10 title picture completely), you can enjoy my compilations of our last two wins in Pasadena.
Written by: Vico | full bio Follow @ourhonordefend Vico is the nom de guerre of the founder and current website chair of Our Honor Defend. He is currently living in exile in Alabama.
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