tBBC Radio Hour: 2011 Recruiting Around the Horn

Written February 8th, 2011 by Eric

Malibuckeye, Jim@tBBC and Joe@tBBC join Eric in another Around the Horn style podcast! We get together to discuss the current state of Ohio State recruiting, in particular the recently signed 2011 recruiting class. Of particular note are the surprises of the class, along with who they believe will step up and see the field early in their careers. The crew also discusses the 2012 recruiting class, looking at who we are most excited about along with who we believe are locks to become Buckeyes. Lastly, we discuss the Chris Carter situation, and why we feel like the coaching staff is making the right decision.

All this and more on this week’s Buckeye Battle Cry Radio Hour!

5 Comments

  1. MaliBuckeyeNo Gravatar
    February 9th, 2011 at 12:09 am

    Wow- apologies for the quality of audio coming from my side of the conversation.

    Luckily, Jim and Joe are smart enough to carry the water and bring quality to the conversation.

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    EricNo Gravatar
    February 9th, 2011 at 12:26 am

    Bah, some rough audio happens once in a while. We all know you come through loud and clear normally =)

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    MaliBuckeyeNo Gravatar
    February 9th, 2011 at 12:41 am

    Loud and clear? Sure. Normal? Hardly. :)

    Good conversation on the Carter case… thanks for facilitating that.

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    KenNo Gravatar
    February 10th, 2011 at 6:18 pm

    That was a good conversation. Aside from the ‘WTF was Carter thinking?’ response to all this…

    It seems to me that we have two levels of facts/evidence/legal-type stuff. The first, is that law enforcement authorities did not believe there was enough there to charge Carter. NOw, there may have been something there, but doesn’t seem to be enough to his the threshold of ‘charging’, at least at this point.

    The next level is that if he were/will be charged, will there be enough evidence/testimony for a conviction? Who the heck knows??

    Since I’m not law enforcement/attorney, the above is all my blathering. But it’s my blathering.

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  2. EricNo Gravatar
    February 10th, 2011 at 11:54 pm

    I *just* remembered the other point I was going to make…the one I inconveniently forgot in the middle of the podcast.

    They do not have to reissue the letter of intent until after 14 days have passed. National Letter of Intent day is the first day of a 2 week signing period. Letters of intent are not binding unless signed in that 2 week period.

    If he waits until the 2 week period has expired, Ohio State would have to reissue him a letter of intent, with which he would have a particular period in which to sign.

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