Welcome Back to another edition of The Radio Hour! Now that we are less than 60 days away from opening kickoff, we kick into gear previewing the season with some great insight from two excellent guests.
First, the all knowledgeable Phil Steele swings by to talk about his 352 page college football preview, Ohio State, Some of the Big Ten, as well as the upcoming 4 team playoff in 2014. Phil helps us break down the Buckeyes position by position as well, as we are now a month away from organized activities.
Make sure you keep up with Phil’s work as we head into the season, by going to philsteele.com.
Also joining us is the always entertaining Andy Coppens of The B1G Time. Any gives us his thoughts on the upcoming season for the conference, makes some snarky remarks (as always). He also makes some bold predictions on the upcoming season.
That and more on this edition of the Radio Hour! And as always, Subscribe on Itunes!
Well, there won’t be a Rumble later today; Jason’s recovering from the Orion festival (he snuck across the boarder to TSUN, and hopes to come back with his IQ intact and his hearing decimated). As such, your soundtrack for today is my favorite Metallica song from back in the day. Also, we’re launching a new feature later this afternoon to get you ready for kickoff… enjoy!
In the best times, Herman’s offense had lineman Andrew Norwell vomiting. The super-fast version of Ohio State’s no-huddle is labeled “Jet.” Jet took off at a key moment in the third quarter of last year’s game at Penn State.
At that point, the decision had been made to run Penn State’s defensive line out of the building the same way Herman had done it at Rice. Go fast, make defenders run sideline-to-sideline. History shows an eight-play, 85-yard touchdown drive that lasted 2 minutes, 15 seconds.
And then, regurgitation.
“Norwell came to the sideline, sat on the bench and vomited at the feet of our offensive line coach [Ed Warriner],” Herman said. “He looked him right in the eye and said, ‘Keep jettin’ ‘em.’ That’s when I knew we had them.”
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SBP gets the ol’ bumperino this week to accommodate life. It happens, right?
Smith said multiple offenses by individual teams is a concern of his, especially if the violations committed are in relation to recruiting.
Smith was cited for breaking NCAA recruiting policy despite his distaste for recruiting infractions in particular.
“I intend to retire here as a Buckeye. You can never say never that you won’t do something else, but as far as athletic director or athletic administration, this is my last stop.”
I’m sure there are alumni and fans who have an opinion regarding that timeline.