With CJ Stroud getting a weekend to rest his injured shoulder, Ohio State will have a first-time starting quarterback in their game against Akron.Will Jack Miller or Kyle McCord be the Buckeyes' starter? Will Ryan Day have a quick hook if they get off to a slow start? Or could one of them replace Stroud as the starter with a big night against Akron?Hear directly from OSU head coach Ryan Day on those questions and much more. You'll also hear about:- How one of Ohio State freshman phenoms was originally getting recruited to play on the other side of the ball.- The player who was crushed to miss out on a starting role to start the year, but who is making the most of his opportunity now.- The Buckeye with a very practical hobby that has made him popular with his teammates.
Is it the beginning of the Kyle McCord era at Ohio State? Or is this merely a one-week break for C.J. Stroud and he will be back as the Buckeyes' starting quarterback next week? We don't know yet, but we will find out in the coming weeks. Jonah Booker joins Dave Biddle for his usual Friday visit to discuss OSU's situation quarterbacks, the changes we have seen from the Buckeyes' defense and much more. All of that is coming your way on the Friday 5ish. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this Friday Buckeye Talk, Doug Lesmerises, Nathan Baird and Stephen Means preview the Buckeyes' game vs. Akron at 7:30 Saturday night in Ohio Stadium. They make their picks for the game, and are joined by betting genius and friend of the pod Tyler Shoemaker to discuss how the Buckeyes have done against the line this season, and what the right play is Saturday with Ohio State a seven-touchdown favorite.But the big news is that starting QB C.J. Stroud will rest his sore shoulder in this game and play only in an emergency situation. That means either Kyle McCord or Jack Miller will start. The guys discuss how that might go, and what it could mean for the future of the QB position with the Buckeyes, depending on how things look against Akron.Thanks for listening to another Buckeye Talk from cleveland.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Ohio State defense took a step forward against Tulsa, with new play-caller Matt Barnes seemingly making it less predictable and perhaps fixing some of the more glaring issues. But how much more work needs to be done, and is there enough time to fix the biggest remaining problems this season?Buckeye Scoop's Xs and Os guru Ross Fulton joins host Tom Orr to dissect the Ohio State defense, and figure out what's working and what's not as the Buckeyes head into their final non-conference tune-up of the year.
24-year-old geologist Daniel Robinson has been missing from Buckeye, Arizona since June 23, 2021. Host Briana Whitney takes us through the brand new details released in the latest police report, and sits down one-on-one with Daniel's dad, David Robinson, to talk about the bizarre details in his son's disappearance.
This is an episode of the Big Me Kickoff podcast with Kevin Noon that we're also sharing as a special bonus episode for Morning Scoop subscribers. Kevin is joined by Tom Orr, the host of The Morning Scoop, to discuss some major news that broke Thursday afternoon. CJ Stroud has not practiced this week, and will only be used in an emergency this weekend against Akron. That means the Buckeyes will have a first-time starter at quarterback against the Zips.- Will Jack Miller or Kyle McCord be the starter on Saturday?- How will the coaching staff try to set them up for a successful night?- Is it possible that they play so well that they win the starting job away from Stroud?If you enjoy this special bonus episode, please subscribe to "Big Me Kickoff" on your podcast platform of choice.
In this special emergency edition of the Buckeye Weekly podcast, Tony Gerdeman and Tom Orr discuss the news that just broke on Thursday that CJ Stroud will not start Saturday's game for Ohio State.The fellas talk about: - Which of the backups is likely to win the starting job, Kyle McCord or Jack Miller?- Will Quinn Ewers be available to play?- How much would Saturday's starter have to do to win the starting job permanently?- How will a good or bad performance impact the timetable for Stroud's return?
In an up-and-down 2021 season, true freshman cornerback Denzel Burke has been one of the biggest surprise for the Ohio State football team.He not only earned a starting job for the season opener, but he has played well, and looked extremely comfortable and confident while doing it. Buckeye Scoop's Tony Gerdeman and Tom Orr discuss Burke's play and attitude, and what it could mean for his future. Plus what they learned while talking to Matt Jones about his fight for a starting job and love of cars, Chris Olave about being held without a reception against Tulsa, and much more.
It's Part 2 of this Thursday Buckeye Talk podcast on covering the Ohio State Buckeyes. If you haven't yet listened to Part 1, do that first, then come back here. Featured on this episode talking about covering Ohio State football:Austin Ward, Tim May and Spencer Holbrook of Lettermen Row (3:27 to 35:19)Dan Hope of Eleven Warriors (35:21 to 54:00)Steve Helwagen, Dave Biddle and Pat Murphy of Bucknuts (54:01 to 1:21:22)Doug Lesmerises, Nathan Baird and Stephen Means of Buckeye Talk and cleveland.com (1:21:24 to 1:55:07)Thanks for listening to this two-part episode about the beat, message board culture and life covering the Buckeyes. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Welcome to Part 1 of a two-part Buckeye Talk examining life inside the Ohio State beat. On this first episode (the second ep is immediately after this in your podcast feed) Doug Lesmerises, Nathan Baird and Stephen Means start off by talking about what happened at Buckeye Scoop, a site that coverages Ohio State that recently saw one co-founder of the site, Marc Givler, sue the two other co-founders, Kirk Barton and Ken Stickney. From there, Doug, Nathan and Stephen branched off to talk about message boards, reporting and how they cover the Buckeyes. (0:00 to 49:49).Then several guests from other Ohio State sites visited to discuss their views on the subject and how they cover the team:Bill Landis and Ari Wasserman, former Buckeye Talk co-hosts now working at The Athletic (49:50 to 1:17:35)Ben Koo, an OSU alum and fan who founded the sports media site Awful Announcing and has knowledge of the Buckeyes and a big-picture media view (1:17:36 to 1:39:05)Bill Rabinowitz and Joey Kaufman of the Columbus Dispatch (1:39:06 to 2:03:54)And then there's a quick wrapup by Doug. In a week when the Buckeyes are seven-touchdown favorites over Akron, this is something a little different from cleveland.com. We hope you enjoy it, and don't forget to listen to Part 2 after this. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
One week after the Ohio State football team threw for nearly 500 yards, but struggled to run it against Oregon, the Buckeyes completely turned things around and put together a dominating ground attack against Tulsa. So what did the Buckeyes do to get the rushing game going again? Buckeye Scoop's Xs and Os guru Ross Fulton joins host Tom Orr to answer that question and more. - How a downhill rushing attack changed their attack- How a switch to two tight ends may have opened things up as well- TreVeyon Henderson's agility may have opened up some big plays in areas the Buckeyes hadn't attacked much before- The concept that victimized the Buckeyes against Oregon, which they used to their advantage against Tulsa
Ohio State hosts Akron this weekend as prohibitive favorites. The Buckeyes can practically name their score, which makes this an interesting game when it comes to making bold predictions.Buckeye Scoop's Tony Gerdeman and Tom Orr have no fear, however, when it comes to making bold predictions, as they once again bring out six predictions each for this Saturday's Buckeye game.Who will win the week? It's anybody's guess.
The Cover 3 crew discusses QB injuries at USC and Ohio State and the coaching carousel. First, reaction to the news that Mr. 15-for-15 in the spring game Charlie Brewer is leaving Utah after three games (1:15), the latest on USC's QB competition between Kedon Slovis and Jaxson Dart (7:50) and how Ryan Day might handle his quarterbacks with the heavily-favored Buckeyes hosting Akron in Week 4 (14:45). Then it's on to the Big Ol Bag of Mail with not one but two questions about Purdue and Nebraska (31:30), the ways coaches handle midseason job rumors with an opening like USC (38:00) and which top team has the best chance to fix its flaws before the College Football Playoff (45:15). Cover 3 is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Watch Cover 3 on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/cover3 Follow our hosts on Twitter: @Chip_Patterson, @TomFornelli, @DannyKanell, @BudElliott3 For more college football coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/college-football/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
There is plenty of Ohio State football items to discuss on today's show as Matt Baxendell joins Dave Biddle. Among the topics: * What will happen at the quarterback position for the Buckeyes moving forward? Is it as simple as stick with C.J. Stroud, period? Or with him nursing a bad throwing shoulder, should Kyle McCord or Jack Miller get a chance to show what they can do? * Thoughts on the Buckeyes' defense now that Matt Barnes is calling the shots and not Kerry Coombs. * TreVeyon Henderson is a superstar and the 2021 recruiting class as a whole looks special. A lot of true freshmen are playing big roles on this team, and some of those roles will increase even more. * The field turf at Ohio Stadium is a mess, but won't be replaced until the offseason. All of that and more is coming your way on the Wednesday 5ish. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Lewis is finally back on the road, as the “It Gets Better Every Day” tour gets rolling throughout the lower 48. To start, he performed six shows in four days at Hilarities in Cleveland, a comedic version of spring training. There he was treated to some excellent food including a fantastic walleye and a great Greek salad. The shows there went well, with the support of the club's owner Nick, who, unlike many a comedy club owner, knows how to treat the comedians, the staff, and the patrons with kindness and respect. Being in Ohio was a bit of a shock for your host as in his hometown of NYC people are still acting with COVID caution, maintaining social distancing and voluntarily wearing masks indoors. This is despite the relatively high vaccination numbers. Conversely, in the Buckeye state, there's a general feeling that the pandemic is over and they are throwing caution to the wind. Other than performing before incredibly generous audiences, the highlight of the week for Lewis was seeing the Washington Football Team beat the New York Football Giants. And that about ends the good news, as this week provided another example of a country that cannot focus on what is important, on what actually affects people's lives. Where did the news media point their attention? Did they focus on overarching issues like the federal budget negotiations, or employment, or the health and survival of the restaurant industry? No. Their attention was on the January 6th rally, where seemingly more journalists showed up than actual participants, and to the tragic story of Gabby Petito. It's no wonder that in this prioritizing of lurid style over substance we are unable to educate ourselves and misinformation runs amok. Where the news media clearly has a problem doing the hard work of understanding the daily existence of most Americans, the ranters have clearly channeled their angry observations into a panoply of well-articulated insights. So this week we have submissions about the struggles of being a teacher at a school in the Caribbean, scam callers and gullible Americans, the search for an empty flat surface in the home, and a query asking if everyone has forgotten how to shop in a grocery store. And as Lewis is back on the road, we have live rants from a not-so-pre-pandemic Bob Carr Theater in Orlando FL. Submit rants to Lewis https://www.lewisblack.com/live Lewis' latest special, Thanks For Risking Your Life is available now! https://tlbrecords.lnk.to/LewisWE Subscribe to Lewis Black's Rantcast Apple – https://bit.ly/rantcast Spotify – https://spoti.fi/3oNaPFh Google – https://bit.ly/37Zb35u Amazon – https://amzn.to/37bg8Za Follow Lewis Website – http://www.lewisblack.com Instagram – http://www.instagram.com/thelewisblack Twitter – https://twitter.com/thelewisblack Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/thelewisblack Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/OfficialLewisBlack New episodes arrive every Wednesday via The Laugh Button For advertising opportunities email: email@example.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ryan Day picked C.J. Stroud to be Ohio State football's next starting quarterback. He also built up a room filled with five-stars and top 100 recruits so that he always had options. Stroud has had moments of greatness but has also gone through plenty of growing pains. But through three weeks it's not exactly a no-brainer that he's the long-term solution. A game against Akron potentially provides a chance for Kyle McCord and Jack Miller to get their first snaps of the season and finally throw a college pass. But there's a fine line Day must walk in throwing out the other options, especially if the one he picked isn't 100 percent healthy.As the Buckeyes prepare to face the Zips, Stephen Means, Nathan Baird and Doug Lesmerise OSU's quarterback situation on this Wednesday episode.Thanks as always for listening to Buckeye Talk. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
You probably have a decent sense for what Ohio State fans think of this year's Buckeye team, both for better and worse. And we get a chance to talk to Ryan Day and his assistants to get some feel for how they view their program. But it's rare to get an unvarnished view of the program from someone who really knows what they're talking about from outside of OSU. However, Buckeye Scoop's Alex Gleitman just did that. He talked to a staffer at a school scheduled to play Ohio State later this fall to find out how opposing coaching staffs view this Buckeye team.- Is CJ Stroud viewed as a strength or a liability for the Ohio State offense?- Why is the Buckeye offensive line failing to live up to the hype early in the year?- How big a concern is the lack of pressure from the defensive line?- What did Ohio State do on defense against Tulsa that an opposing staff hated to see?
Through three games, CJ Stroud has been largely impressive as Ohio State's starting quarterback. However, he has also looked uncomfortable on the field at times and admitted that he's having pain in his throwing shoulder.With the Buckeyes projected as a massive favorite over Akron this weekend, should Ryan Day give his starter the week off to rest and heal up before the start of Big Ten conference play? Tony Gerdeman and Tom Orr of BuckeyeScoop.com discuss the pros and cons of resting Stroud and replacing him with freshman phenom Kyle McCord. Plus, the Field Turf inside Ohio Stadium has become a big story this fall as players are slipping more than usual. How are the Buckeyes planning to address that, and when will new turf go in? Finally, a look at the defensive line, which has struggled at times to generate pressure on opposing quarterbacks. What does Larry Johnson think is wrong?
Ohio State has been inconsistent at times on both sides of the ball in the first quarter of the 2021 regular season. Those struggles may have opened up opportunities for some of the team's young stars-in-the-making to earn bigger roles on the team. Buckeye Scoop beat reporter Tony Gerdeman joins host Tom Orr to discuss five young Buckeyes who could be on the verge of breaking out this fall. - TreVeyon Henderson just set an OSU freshman record for rushing yards in a game. How far can he carry this year's team?- With CJ Stroud banged up, could this be Kyle McCord's chance to make a statement of his own?- The defensive line has struggled to get pressure all year, but Tyleik Williams made an immediate impact against Tulsa. How big a role can he play?- Everyone remembers the pick-six by Cam Martinez, but he was also solid throughout the game. Is it time for him to take on a bigger role?- Ryan Watts was a Spring Game standout at cornerback, now he could be called on to help solve the Buckeyes' issues at free safety.
The Michigan Wolverines put a 63-10 beatdown on Northern Illinois this past weekend and looked good doing it.But are they looking good enough to challenge the Buckeyes in the Big Ten?Buckeye Scoop's Tony Gerdeman and Tom Orr discuss the Michigan game and dissect how what they saw on Saturday will apply to the Buckeyes in November.
Yes, life moves fast. We are already one-fourth of the way through Ohio State's 2020 regular season in football. Thus far, the Buckeyes certainly have not looked as good as any of us anticipated. Why is that? And where can the Buckeyes go from here? Dave Biddle flies solo on today's show to discuss the bad (and there is a lot of that), the good and more. All of that and more is coming your way on the Monday 5ish. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Ohio State Buckeyes made some big changes before the Tulsa game in an effort to fix their struggling defense. Kerry Coombs was replaced by Matt Barnes as the primary playcaller, and Coombs got moved upstairs to the press box. Some new players got an extended run, including promising young standouts like Cameron Martinez, Tyleik Williams, JT Tuimoloau, and Jack Sawyer. And while the run defense was light years better, there were still some troubling warning signs with pass defense, the utter lack of pass rush from most of the defensive line, and a linebacker unit that still seems like it has more questions than answers.So are more big changes needed? Buckeye Scoop's Bill Greene joins host Tom Orr to discuss that and much more.
Ohio State got back on the winning track against Tulsa with a 41-20 triumph that was not as easy as the score might indicate. C.J. Stroud was not crisp. Chris Olave was a box score ghost. The defense ... oh, the defense. TreVeyon Henderson broke the school's single-game freshman rushing record in his inaugural start so the day was not without positives. With Akron next on the schedule, we take stock of several situations with long-term permutations for Ohio State's program. Matt Baxendell is here for that and to help break down how the B1G fared before taking a look at national scores relevant to your Buckeyes. Spend some of your Sunday morning with us, ‘Nutters. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doug, Nathan and Stephen hurried home to recap the Buckeyes' 41-20 victory over Tulsa. Among the topics: TreVeyon Henderson running wild and what could have been if Ohio State had committed to him sooner, the quarterback conundrum Ryan Day faces with C.J. Stroud, and the demotion of Kerry Coombs and what it means going forward. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Buckeye Scoop's Tony Gerdeman and Tom Orr give their instant reactions following Ohio State's 41-20 win over Tulsa. They also answer viewer questions about the game and where things stand right now for the Buckeyes.
Ohio State's 41-20 win over Tulsa on Saturday inside Ohio Stadium was... unusual. Yes, the Buckeyes beat the Golden Hurricane by three touchdowns, but the game was very close into the fourth quarter. And a lot of the things the Buckeyes did well a week ago against Oregon seemingly fell apart on Saturday, while places they struggled against the Ducks were suddenly far better. What can you take away from the game? Buckeye Scoop's Kevin Noon joins host Tom Orr to break down the good news and bad news for Ohio State fans. - Serious concerns about CJ Stroud's shoulder- TreVeyon Henderson's record-breaking day- Signs that Matt Barnes could be the answer calling plays on defense- More struggles in pass defense- Plus much more
Ohio State defeated Tulsa 41-20, but the concerns on defense continue in full force. Also, what is up with the play of OSU QB CJ Stroud? But there was good news too, such as TreVeyon Henderson introducing himself as a superstar on the collegiate level. Patrick Murphy and Dave Biddle break it all down for you on our Saturday postgame podcast, Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Ohio State Buckeyes are back on the winning side of things as they beat the Tulsa Golden Hurricane 41-20. Jordan Williams and Christopher Renne provide an instant recap show to break down the reasons why Ohio State won and should be optimistic moving forward. They get into a discussion on what the new defense looked like and how the young guys showed up and won the game for Ohio State. The game wasn't always pretty, but the guys are confident that the foundation for improvement was laid and they give you their reasons why. The offensive side of the ball didn't look great, but Treyveon Henderson was the player of the game. Chris has some stern words for Stroud and the visible regression since week on and Jordan adds to that. Lastly, they give their final thoughts going into next week and what the Buckeyes need to do moving forward. The next game for Ohio State will be September 25th against the Akron Zips. Ohio State will look to put it all together against a 1-2 Akron Zips team who ranks with the worst in the country. Connect with Jordan Williams Twitter: @JordanW330 Connect with Chris Renne: Twitter: @ChrisRenneCFB Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This is an episode of Buckeye Scoop's newest podcast, Big Me Kickoff, hosted by Kevin Noon. We wanted to put it on this feed to provide our listeners with another sample of the kind of content we have on the Buckeye Scoop Podcast Network. We suggest you check it out!- Ohio State Football is just a little more than 24 hours away from its third game of the season but at this point nobody is ready to move on to Tulsa and the focus remains on the loss to Oregon and the problems that have emerged through the first two games of the season. Can this team salvage things on the defensive side of the ball and are things not as rosy as they look on offense despite a lot of yards gained?We bring in a longtime friend with Josh of College Football Nerds to talk about some of the numbers behind the Ohio State Buckeyes through just eight quarters of football. Can you repair the engines of a plane that is already at 35,000-feet? What changes need to be made and will the Buckeyes be the last team standing in the Big Ten?All of that and more in the Big Me Kickoff. Check it out.
Bill Landis, Ohio State reporter for the Athletic, tells Mike "Chico" Bormann that, "My guess is that Kerry Coombs won't call plays moving forward," as he breaks down what changes could be coming to the struggling Buckeyes as they get ready for Tulsa in Week 3 Friday night on "Chico After Dark." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Buckeyes' 35-28 loss to Oregon left Ohio State players, coaches, and fans with a lot of big questions, especially about the team's defense. Saturday in Columbus, those questions will finally start getting answered when OSU returns to Ohio Stadium to face Tulsa. So what can you expect from the Buckeyes on Saturday?Buckeye Scoop beat reporter Tony Gerdeman joins host Tom Orr to try to answer six burning questions about the Buckeye defense, including:- Which assistant is going to be calling the defense, and where will all the coaches actually be?- Is the rotation at linebacker about to undergo a major change?- How will the Buckeyes replace Josh Proctor at the deep safety position?
Columbus Dispatch Ohio State men's basketball beat reporter Adam Jardy speaks with special guest Jansen Davidson on the newest edition of the BuckeyeXtra Basketball podcast. During this episode Jardy talks to Davidson about what season was like, his experiences while being apart of this team, and what he'll be doing this fall since he is not going to return to Ohio State for this upcoming season. Read more: Ohio State basketball walk-on Jansen Davidson living the dream after nearly missing tryout
Ohio State football beat reporters Joey Kaufman and Bill Rabinowitz speak with Dispatch sports columnist Rob Oller on the newest episode of the BuckeyeXtra Football podcast. During this episode we talk about defensive coordinator Kerry Coombs and how the defense has been recently performing. Finally, we speculate what changes we might see on defense this weekend and preview the upcoming matchup between the Ohio State Buckeyes and The Tulsa Golden Hurricane.
Tim May joined Baskin and Phelps to recap week 2 of college football and talk about the Buckeyes' loss to Oregon. He discussed where the team fell short and how the defense can overcome the loss moving forward. He also talked about the game not being sold out and whether or not they'll be able to bring in a crowd for the next home game. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Buckeye legend, Jeff Logan, is back in studio to talk about last week's loss to Oregon and tomorrow's win over Tulsa. More details emerge in the Utah mystery surrounding the missing girl. The Space-X capsule continues to float through outer space. Plus, New Music Friday, the Pepsi Blue Collar Holler, Halloween candy calories and more!
There are some massive games happening all across the midwest and the rest of the nation this weekend. One of the biggest is the annual Whiteout game at Penn State where the Nittany Lions will welcome in Auburn. That's a game you could hear a lot about this fall... depending on how it goes. Buckeye Scoop's Tony Gerdeman and Tom Orr preview that and some of the other big games this weekend. - Will Luke Fickell and Cincinnati move one step closer to an improbable College Football Playoff berth?- Will Notre Dame have to survive a third-straight scare?- Can Emory Jones keep Florida close with Alabama? - Will Michigan State pull an upset against Miami?- Is Nebraska going to wish they really did cancel this weekend's game against Oklahoma?
Who will call the defense for Ohio State Saturday against Tulsa and likely for the remainder of the season? That is the big question that Buckeye fans and media are debating, including on today's show as Jonah Booker joins Dave Biddle for his usual Friday visit. JBook gives his thoughts on defensive coaching, defensive personnel, thoughts on the offense, and predictions for the Tulsa game. All of that and more is coming your way on the Friday 5ish. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doug Lesmerises, Nathan Baird and Stephen Means preview Saturday's Ohio State-Tulsa game on the latest Buckeye Talk, but they keep it a little fast and loose because the Buckeyes are favoried by more than three touchdowns.Among the topics of discussion:Ohio State's logistical issues at the stadium last week, and whether that might help tamp down attendance this week.The Tulsa defensive approach and how the Buckeyes will attack it.Picks for the game, plus picks on Cincinnati-Indiana and Penn State-Auburn.Thanks for listening to Buckeye Talk from cleveland.com.. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On today's episode of “Buck Off with Christopher Renne,” I am joined as always by Jordan Williams. We get into a discussion about Ohio State's current staff issues and what we expect to see moving forward from the Buckeyes. Ryan Day did not mince words in his presser and we discuss what the expectations need to be moving forward, possible changes in scheme, and what the coaches need to do better. When it comes to staff reshuffling as we pepper it throughout the show, we get into how the roles will move and why there are so many on field coaches. Moving forward, we get into a discussion about what Ohio State needs to do against Tulsa to get back on the right track and it all starts with effort on both sides of the ball. Finding an identity will be a major key for both sides of the ball, and we will get to see how this team responds to adversity for the first time under Ryan Day. Then we talk about Tulsa and what type of challenges they will bring to Ohio State that Ohio State can really find noticeable improvements against. Jordan tells us what he needs to see to gain his trust back in the Buckeyes and I tell you guys what we need to see. Lastly, we make our score predictions and we discuss a lot for you guys to listen to leading up to this 3:30 PM barn burner. Connect with the Show Twitter: @BuckOffPod Connect with Chris Renne: Twitter: @ChrisRenneCFB Connect with Jordan Williams Twitter: @JordanW330 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In today's episode... Jared and Kyle preview six additional games after previewing Ohio State vs Tulsa in the previous episode. How do we feel about B1G pride in what could be a big week for the conference? Master Link: http://theSloopcast.comArtist: The Cordial Sins (https://thecordialsins.bandcamp.com/) Song: Not Enough (https://youtu.be/AmO6eJMr2R0 ) #GoBucks, #OhioState, #BuckeyeNation, #Buckeyes
For the first time since 2017, the Ohio State Buckeyes have to play a game one week after losing.The 35-28 defeat against Oregon left OSU with a lot of unresolved questions, especially on defense. So what have the Buckeyes decided on, and what do they still need to figure out?You'll hear right from Ohio State head coach Ryan Day, offensive standouts Garrett Wilson and Nick Petit-Frere, and punter Jesse Mirco on subjects including:- Who will call the defense for Ohio State on Saturday?- Will there be coaches in different spots than in previous weeks?- How can the Buckeye offense be more balanced?- Besides the running game, where else did the offense fall short?- How have this week's practices been?
There are big changes coming to the Ohio State Buckeyes' defense before this weekend's game against Tulsa. Buckeye head coach Ryan Day met with the media for the final time before the game to discuss changes he was considering on the coaching staff, to replace injured safety Josh Proctor, and more. Buckeye Scoop's Tony Gerdeman and Tom Orr discuss what they learned from Day, preview the game between the Buckeyes and Golden Hurricane, and share their picks.
Kevin Negandhi and Joey Galloway discuss what's wrong with Ohio State's defense and Joey explains why he's not worried about the Buckeyes just yet. Then, the guys make their picks, including Cincinnati-Indiana, West Virginia-Virginia Tech and Penn State-Auburn. Later, Chris Low Empties the Notebook with thoughts on Dan Mullen not committing to a quarterback, what we may learn about Auburn in Happy Valley and Arkansas surprising early.
In today's episode... Kyle and Jared preview the Ohio State vs Tulsa game. What do we want to see from this game? What will qualify as a disappointment? Will we see any defensive changes this weekend?Tulsa is focused on Ohio State, but who is Ohio State focused on?Master Link: http://theSloopcast.com Artist: Playing to Vapors (https://playingtovapors.bandcamp.com/music) Song: Machine Said Maybe (https://youtu.be/J_Sxa0l72PY )
Most of the talk around Columbus this week has centered around the issues on Ohio State's defense, but the offense struggled to run the ball consistently against Oregon as well. Is there cause for concern about the Buckeye offense?BuckeyeScoop.com's Xs and Os guru Ross Fulton joins host Tom Orr to discuss that and much more. - What did Oregon do to create mismatches for the Ohio State offensive line?- Were those issue fixable for the Buckeyes?- How much does it hurt that CJ Stroud hasn't run the ball much yet?- How can the Buckeyes make up for that?- What would Ross like to see the OSU staff change about the offense?
Ohio State hosts Tulsa this Saturday at 3:30 pm in Ohio Stadium. The Buckeyes are looking to wipe away last week's loss to Oregon and will plan on doing so in an emphatic fashion against the Golden Hurricane.Also looking to wipe away some losses are Buckeye Scoop's Tony Gerdeman and Tom Orr, as they are back with 12 bold predictions for the Buckeyes this week.They discuss the Ohio State defense, quarterback CJ Stroud, running back TreVeyon Henderson, and much, much more.How will they do on their bold predictions? Hopefully better than they did a week ago!
We are happy to welcome back Gee Scott Sr. to today's show. Is Mr. Scott pessimistic about Ohio State's 2021 season following the loss to Oregon? Actually, he is taking a positive approach and believes the Buckeyes will turn things around. Mr. Scott joins Dave Biddle to discuss that, what changes might be in store for OSU's defense and much more on the Wednesday 5ish. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this Wednesday Buckeye Talk, Doug Lesmerises, Nathan Baird and Stephen Means discuss Ryan Day's Tuesday news conference where he made it clear he's not happy with the defense and said something has to change. Day didn't exactly throw a ton of support behind defensive coordinator Kerry Coombs, but he said Coombs remains the defensive coordinator. Beyond the coaches, are there different players that could see the field as the Buckeyes search for defensive answers.?Doug, Nathan and Stephen cover all of that as the Buckeyes prepare for Tulsa after their loss to Oregon.Thanks for listening to Buckeye Talk. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.