It’s that time of the year again… Football is back! On this week’s edition of The Buckeye Battle Cry Radio Hour, we’ve got plenty story lines, predictions and performances to talk about after Saturday’s annual Spring game, held at Paul Brown Stadium on Saturday for the first time in school history.
Helping us do so is the great Jeremy Birmingham of Eleven Warriors. Birm brings us his perspective from the game, as well as breaks down who he though had a solid showing in the game and what can be taken from the scrimmage.
He also breaks down his thoughts on Braxton Miller, Urban Meyer’s second year, and the depth surrounding this Buckeye team.
Then we go from the Gridiron, to the Hardwood. Former Buckeye Wide Receiver Roy Hall joins us, to talk about the Driven Foundation’s basketball game for charity coming up on Friday. The Driven Foundation president also talks about his relationships with fellow Buckeyes Maurice Clarett and Antonio Smith — as well as what his foundation has been able to accomplish over the last few years.
That’s all jam packed in another addition of tBBC Radio Hour! Enjoy!
We are back with a brand new addition of The Buckeye Battle Cry Radio Hour! This week is chock full of great content, as we are blessed with some great guests and solid commentary from our friends here at tBBC.
In our first segment, Eric and MaliBuckeye swing by to chat about the recent happenings on the court.
Eric, Mali and I recap the season, discuss Deshaun Thomas’ legacy, break down the national championship game and how the refs have helped TTUN’s run to the final Game.
Mali also gives us his perspective from Los Angeles as he took in the West Region as a member of game management staff.
Eric also breaks down how the Buckeyes will replace Deshaun’s scoring and inside presence next season.
Then we are joined by Dave White of On The Banks, to dissect the Rutgers saga that has rained down on New Jersey basketball fans. White gives us his opinion on the latest from Chris Christie, who could fill the vacancy of head coach, and just how long it will take the program to rebuild from the wreckage.
Finally, Buckeye Great Chris Spielman joins us to talk about the 14th annual Stefanie’s Champions Awards and the luncheon accompanying them on Wednesday. The event will take place at noon in the Archie M. Griffin Grand Ballroom of the Ohio Union. Event tickets and registrations are available by clicking here — or calling 614-293-3752.
As a Buckeye and Detroit Lions fan (yes they exist), it was an honor to talk to Chris. Yet my fandom for his play on the field doesn’t even come close for my admiration of the dedication he has toward the fight against Cancer. What a great man with a strong will and dedication to win.
Once again thanks to our guest for joining us, and thanks for listening!
Today, we get ready for the tournament as the infamous MaliBuckeye gives us his two cents on Ohio State in the tournament, as well as the state of college basketball. From his undisclosed location on the west coast, we were also blessed with some cheering in the background when we talked about Michigan dropping out of the tournament early.
Up Next, we break down the B1G perspective with Andy Coppens of The B1G Time. We also talk about those stinkin’ Badgers of Wisconsin, who landed in the West Region with Ohio State. Andy gives us his opinion on the seeds, who has a chance of advancing out of the first weekend, and much more!
Plus, Brian Heyman of The Journal News stops by to preview Iona College for us. We get the inside track to the success of the program on their second straight trip to the big dance.
So glad you could join us!
After a brief hiatus, we’re back with another fantastic edition of the Buckeye Battle Cry Radio Hour, and it’s certainly one you don’t want to miss- a special “show me the money” episode.
Mali talks to “The Wiz of Odds”, Jay Christensen from the blog thewizofodds.com. They discuss Jay’s research into the financial realities of the college post-season, and the impact this has on the sport as a whole.
First up is none other than Mr. Jonathan Wells, Ohio State running back from 1998-2001. Jonathan weighs in with Eric on the recent Big Ten discussion of extra support for athletes, the current situation of OSU Football, and his perspective on Coach Tressel. He and Eric talk a bit about his take on Nebraska joining the conference, and he also lets us in on what he’s currently up to, including his Record Label (From the Ground Up Records) and coffee interests.
You definitely want to hear what this power-packed duo has to say! And be sure to subscribe on iTunes so that you’ll be up to date with the latest from our writers and guests.