The Buckeye Battle Cry hits hard and fast with another Preseason Radio Hour! Eric sits down with former Buckeye and BBC contributor Jason Winrow to discuss Ohio State’s Saturday preseason scrimmage. They talk all positions, particularly the offensive line and quarterback, as well as receivers, the corners and the D-line and linebackers.
A special shoutout is given to LS Bryce Haynes, and Winrow gives his thoughts on the current Jersey Scrimmage format, and Ohio State’s coaches.
All this and more on this weekend’s Radio Hour!
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The Radio Hour continues it’s preseason look at the 2011 Ohio State Buckeyes! Eric, Jim and Joe discuss what we’ve been seeing from the Buckeyes in practice so far, most particularly the players who are getting the most time at the “starting spots”. They also discuss the wildly popular topic of longsnappers, particularly former podcast guest Jake McQuaid – now a member of the St. Louis Rams – and, of course, the heir to the OSU throne Bryce Haynes.
The trio also takes a moment to ponder a new aspect to the ludicrous nature of ESPN’s reporting, and how it effects Luke Fickell.
Get pumped, because the season is getting closer!
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Following up our excellent conversation with Jonathan Wells and The Wiz of Odds, we continue our return with another great interview. New Orleans Saints Free Safety Malcolm Jenkins (OSU DB ’05-’08) joins me on the podcast! In addition to being a Buckeye Legend and Super Bowl champion, Malcolm’s work in the community is making a difference in New Orleans and is worth checking out.
Jenkins discusses his feelings about the current situation surrounding his Alma mater, along with his feelings about OSU compliance in particular. He also talks Coach Tressel, the NFL Lockout, and what he thinks of Nebraska joining the Big Ten.
You don’t want to miss his thoughts on Ray Small’s recent comments, so make certain to stop by and listen to the latest Buckeye Battle Cry Radio Hour!
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Eric, Mali and Jay get together to break down the NCAA Tournament in all of its gory details! Favorite teams, Final Four predictions, legitimate upset teams, and teams likely to drop out early are all discussed. To go along with it, Eric makes some bold predictions, including a claim for a possible 16 over 1 this year (he does point out that it’s not actually in his bracket!).
All this and more in the latest Buckeye Battle Cry Radio Hour!
This week, Eric is joined by Michael, one of the new writers at the Our Honor Defend blog. The two spend a large chunk of time discussing Ohio State Basketball, including how the rest of the season is going to shape up, and whether or not they believe Sullinger will stay or go (you may be surprised by the answer).
They also look ahead to next basketball season, and take a peek at the upcoming football season including yet another discussion of the possible Quarterbacking situation.
All this and more on this week’s Buckeye Battle Cry Radio Hour!
Dave and Drew of the OSU Silver Bullet Blog join me for the next installment of the radio hour! We talk about the National Letter of Intent Day, particularly who we’re excited to see and what we think of the class as a whole, as well as talking about this year’s basketball team.
All this and more on this week’s Radio Hour!
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The new edition of the Buckeye Battle Cry Radio Hour includes Ohio State Football Longsnapper Jake McQuaid who joins me to discuss being a part of the Ohio State Football family, his thoughts on the Sugar Bowl, and his plans for the future. I’m also joined by Mark Titus, former walk-on for the Ohio State Basketball team and current blogger at Club Trillion. Titus and I discuss his thoughts on the current OSU Men’s basketball team, how they compare with the 2006-2007 version, along with several other topics.
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