You’re either reading this from home on a “ice day”, or from work after having dug yourself out of yet another mid-week snow storm. Stupid freaking groundhog… At any rate, here’s today’s soundtrack… for reasons that will hopefully soon be evident.
Welcome back, the Radio Hour is back and rejuvenated thanks to a beat down of them stinkin’ Badgers last week! After such a great win, Urban Meyer’s squad get’s ready for the first trap game of the season against a very talented Northwestern squad.
Speaking of talent — tBBC Radio Hour’s true talent, Clair Crawford returns to the show this week! Clair and I talk about the latest in the world of College Football and talk Ohio State as they prepare for their trip to Evanston Illinois.
We break down what it feels like to be Lane Kiffin, the name of Bert’s new band — Bert Bielema and the Mud Pies… the New IED vehicle on OSU’s campus (SAY WHAT???!?!?) and we break down Northwestern while reviewing Ohio State’s performance against Wisconsin.
Oh. and we also take time to rip Clay Travis… What a [insert expletive and adjective Eric once used to describe Mark May, right here on this very show]
We also joined by the best media voice covering Northwestern Sports, Louie Vaccher with Rivals’ Wildcat Report. Louie helps us scout the opponent, talks about the evolution of the Northwestern program and what head coach Pat Fitzgerald means to the program and how Evanston is responding to College Gameday and all the hype heading into this weekend.
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Just a friendly warning that there are only four more days to borrow money from your pops so you can buy him a gift. If you’re looking for ideas, check our friends at The Buckeye Room… And now, the news.
We Hardly New Ye- Well, it wasn’t news to us, as we’d heard for a while that Brian Bobek was looking to transfer, but earlier this week the University made it official. Potential landing spots could be the University of West By God Virginia, and a B1G program yet to be named. Brian’s got family across the conference, so we wish him luck in all of his games except one. A bit of a sad note, since he was supposed to be “next up” after Brewster graduated; however he was jumped on the depth chart in the spring, including being passed up by the latest in the Boren Legacy (just an incoming freshman). Again, godspeed!
Time for the wrap up of college football news, updates from Coach Fickell’s Tuesday press conference and other notes from college football
I wasn’t sure if it was my heart that was pounding or the screams from the crowd, but it was an unbelievable atmosphere, unbelievable experience, just to be a part of something obviously a game like that. But that’s what Ohio State football’s all about.
And I just want to say thank you to all the fans, the students, everybody that made that such a special night.