For the third straight week, Ohio State rolled to a blowout win over an inferior opponent. This time it was 66-17 against Maryland, and it's now time to start wondering if this year's Buckeye team might be a legitimate College Football Playoff contender after all.BuckeyeScoop.com's Kevin Noon joins host Tom Orr to break down what they saw from Ohio State on Saturday. - After yet another explosive performance, could this end up being one of the best offenses in program history?- After a 5-sack afternoon and yet another defensive touchdown, is the Ohio State defense really fixed for good?
The Buckeyes host Maryland this weekend as Ohio State works to stay in the College Football Playoff picture. It's a huge game for both and is going to be a significant test for the revamped OSU defense.Buckeye Scoop's Tom Orr, Tony Gerdeman, and Kevin Noon hosted a LIVE Buckeye Weekly Friday afternoon to discuss the matchups for the Buckeyes and also answered a number of questions from the YouTube viewers.Saturday is going to tell us an awful lot more about this Ohio State team, so why not get prepped for the action.
In this special bonus episode, you'll get everything you need to know about a subject Tony and Tom don't discuss much: Ohio State football recruiting. This is an episode of the Givs and the Bank podcast, featuring hosts Marc Givler and Bill Greene, with special guests Alex Gleitman, Mick Walker, and Kevin Noon. The guys discuss everything you need to know about the Buckeyes' 2022 and 2023 recruiting classes and answer questions from BuckeyeScoop.com members. If you enjoy this show, please subscribe to Givs and the Bank wherever you get Buckeye Weekly.
A lot of questions of Who's on Deck when it comes to Ohio State Buckeyes Football Recruiting and we hear you, loud and clear. So much going on with Buckeyes recruiting and before you know it early signing period will be here. It has been a minute since the Buckeyes have landed a commit for the class of 2022, and what is going on for the class of 2023?Nobody has what BuckeyeScoop has when it comes to recruiting experts and we show that off today with our five-person roundtable to answer your questions. What is going on with offensive line recruiting? What about the defensive line? Who could be next to pop? What is going on with several of Ohio State's recruiting rivals? We touch on all of those questions and more in this 60-minutes-plus show featuring Marc Givler, Bill Greene, Alex Gleitman, Mick Walker and Kevin Noon. You don't want to miss out on this edition of Givs and the Bank as we talk about Who's on Deck in Ohio State Recruiting.
The Ohio State Buckeyes went on the road to play Rutgers in what was supposed to be a competitive game. It was not, in fact, a competitive game. The Buckeyes jumped out to a 45-6 halftime lead and cruised to a 52-13 lead. CJ Stroud looked every bit the star quarterback he has been hyped up as. TreVeyon Henderson had another long touchdown run. Chris Olave rebounded from a couple of quiet weeks to put up a two-touchdown performance. And the defense was solid throughout. So is this team now a legitimate threat to not only make the College Football Playoff, but make a run to the title?Buckeye Scoop's Kevin Noon joins host Tom Orr to discuss all that and more.
In this special bonus episode, Kevin Noon of BuckeyeScoop.com is joined by Bill Bender of the Sporting News to preview what should be a fantastic weekend of college football games. From a pair of SEC showdowns in Alabama vs Ole Miss and Georgia vs Arkansas, to a pair of very big games in the Big Ten, Iowa vs Maryland and Michigan vs Wisconsin, there is a ton to talk about. If you enjoy this bonus episode, you can subscribe to "Big Me Kickoff" wherever you get "The Morning Scoop."
The 2021 Ohio State football team has had an up-and-down first month of the season. They started with an impressive road win at Minnesota, then had a disappointing home loss to Oregon and a flat performance against Tulsa, before rebounding for a big win over Akron. Is a lack of leadership among the players on the team part of the issue? That was a big topic of conversation during interviews with OSU players and coaches on Tuesday. But the Buckeyes say they see encouraging signs on that front. Buckeye Scoop's Kevin Noon joins host Tom Orr to discuss the issues with leadership, including:- The quarterbacks being both young and inexperienced- Several returning veterans sitting out with injuries- The emergence of a number of surprising freshman contributors
A bizarre Ohio State football season just got stranger on Saturday night inside the Horseshoe. For the first time in school history, the Buckeyes started four true freshmen: Kyle McCord, TreVeyon Henderson, JT Tuimoloau, and Denzel Burke. And a number of other true freshmen stood out, including Emeka Egbuka, Tyleik Williams, and Jack Sawyer. But the team also had to deal with the fallout of an unusual incident on the sideline involving linebacker K'Vaughan Pope, just days after another linebacker, Dallas Gant, transferred out of the program.So what should you make of this year's Ohio State team in the wake of its 59-7 win over Akron?Buckeye Scoop's Kevin Noon joins host Tom Orr to try to make sense of it all.
Chuck opens the show by saying that it is pointless to redshirt a true freshman. He then gets into the ACC slate of games that are coming up this weekend. We talk Ohio State Buckeyes with Kevin Noon of Buckeye Scoop. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chuck opens the show by saying that it is pointless to redshirt a true freshman. He then gets into the ACC slate of games that are coming up this weekend. We talk Ohio State Buckeyes with Kevin Noon of Buckeye Scoop. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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.
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
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.
In this special bonus episode of The Morning Scoop, we discuss what we learned during an unusual interview session with Ryan Day.Tuesday was the first chance Day had to discuss the fallout from Saturday's loss to Oregon after watching the game film. He met with the media to talk about the issues with the Buckeyes' defense in that defeat, and what they're looking at doing to fix them. Buckeye Scoop's Kevin Noon joins host Tom Orr to discuss what they learned from Day. There were things he did - and didn't - say that hinted that signficant changes could be on the way. Plus, a definitive answer on whether CJ Stroud's job as the starting quarterback is in any danger.
The Ohio State Buckeyes just suffered their first regular-season loss since 2018. So what went wrong against Oregon, and how can the Buckeyes get things back on track in time to make a run at the Big Ten Championship and possibly a berth in the College Football Playoff?Buckeye Scoop's Kevin Noon joins host Tom Orr to answer those questions and more. - What went wrong with the offensive line? - Why can't the defensive line get to the quarterback?- Why are they still playing so many linebackers?- If Josh Proctor is out for an extended period of time, how will they fill his role as the deep safety?- Why doesn't CJ Stroud ever seem to keep the ball on reads?
In this special bonus episode, Kevin Noon of BuckeyeScoop.com hosts the inaugural episode of his new show "Big Me Kickoff" with special guest James Crepea, the Ducks beat reporter for the Oregonian newspaper. If you like it, please subscribe to "Big Me Kickoff" on your podcast platform of choice. Just how close did this Ohio State versus Oregon come to being canceled? We lost the 2020 edition due to COVID but according to our guest, James Crepea of Fox Sports Oregon, this game came close to the brink. We talk that, Kayvon Thibodeaux, and a whole lot more in this premiere edition of the Big Me Kickoff show.
Chris Olave is not only one of the best players of the last decade of Ohio State football, but he's also one of the most beloved by the Buckeye fanbase as well.But he very easily could have entered Saturday's massive game in the Horseshoe as a member of the Oregon Ducks instead of Ohio State. He grew up a big fan of Oregon, and dreamed of playing college football as a Duck. So how close did that come to happening?Buckeye Scoop's Kevin Noon joins host Tom Orr to discuss the inside story on Olave's recruitment. Plus, could a big change be on the way for the Ohio State running backs? The rotation that Buckeye fans weren't happy about in the opener could soon be a thing of the past.
The Ohio State Buckeyes got their 2021 season off to a winning start, knocking off Minnesota, 45-31 on the road Thursday night. But while the offense looked every bit as explosive as promised, at times the Buckeye defense struggled to get off the field. How concerned should OSU fans be? Kevin Noon of BuckeyeScoop.com joins host Tom Orr to recap what they learned Thursday night in Minneapolis, and what it might mean for Ohio State's week two showdown with Oregon.
As you already know if you've listened to Tuesday's episode of the Morning Scoop, Kevin Noon is now a part of the Buckeye Scoop team. Among the other things he will be doing at the Scoop, Kevin will also continue hosting his popular BIA podcast. In this special bonus episode, you'll hear Kevin previewing Thursday night's Ohio State vs. Minnesota game with Sean Williams of The Gopher Report. It's a fun conversation, and we think you'll enjoy it. If you do, then please subscribe to BIA on whatever podcast platform you're listening to this episode on.
The Ohio State Buckeyes kick off their 2021 college football season Thursday night in Minnesota, and BuckeyeScoop.com is excited to announce that we have a new member of our team who'll be there with us to make the best coverage of Buckeye football even better.Kevin Noon has covered Ohio State football since the 1990s, and is the newest member of the Buckeye Scoop team. He joins host Tom Orr to discuss what he'll be doing in his new role, and share some big plans for the upcoming season.
Podcast Episode 2.016 - 1. Kevin Noon, Buckeye Grove, Ohio State2. Matt Carter, The Wolfpacker, North Carolina State3. MLS Update through weekend of August 20-22Plus NFL Pre-Season update and EPL update.
BIA is providing instant access based on the news that was just dropped by Pete Thamel of Yahoo Sports as it appears that Ohio State class of 2022 commit Quinn Ewers is thinking about being a class of 2021 quarterback commit and enroll early and take advantage of Name, Image, Likeness, something that he could not do as a Texas high schooler. Check out Kevin Noon and Joseph Hastings as they drop their way too early thoughts on this, just minutes after the report dropped.
Ohio State Buckeyes Recruiting had a busy week over the past seven days with three major commits including the huge news with JT Tuimoloau, finally ending his recruitment well into overtime after pledging to Ohio State. Couple that with a pair of '22 stars with Terrance Brooks and Kojo Antwi and it was a productive run for Ryan Day and staff, but July promises more fireworks and we are here to talk about them. What is Ohio State getting in its trio of talented players? Who could be on the cusp? And why should Kevin Noon take more vacations? We will explain that and a whole lot more on your one-stop for all things Buckeyes Recruiting here on the BIA Podcast. Joseph Hastings joins Kevin Noon here on the Wednesday edition for all the latest from the world of recruiting.
Ohio State Buckeyes Recruiting is not just about football as the men's basketball team has been very busy with a lot of official visits as well as spreading a good number of offers out there. What is Chris Holtmann's team up to? We bring in Jake Spegal to join Kevin Noon on the BIA Podcast to talk about all of the latest. Plus, the Buckeyes have a new assistant coach in Tony Skinn, what does that mean on the trail? We talk about that. And will Ohio State get its elusive big-man in the class of 2022? We put special focus on that as well.
This week in view with Scarlet and Great! First up, we have Brandon Moses of Buckeye Sports Talk With B.Moses | Facebook to discuss the "scandal" involving the Cleveland masseuse and OSU players. Is it a big scandal? No, but we felt the need to address it anyway and have some fun with it. Next up are parts 2 and 3 of the Kevin Noon interview involving a whole range of OSU-related questions involving the current roster and recruiting. Is Arch Manning a possibility?Freshmen sleeper for OSU?Punter/Kicker game a concern for OSU?How good is OSU recruiting going into 2023?Also, find the best online info with Kevin Noon at www.buckeyegrove.com. Well worth the $$. Find us all on twitter:Cory - @scarletgreatctBrandon - @bmoses30Kevin - @Kevin_Noon
The biggest month of Ohio State recruiting for this cycle is almost here with the NCAA allowing things to open up come June 1st and Ohio State has some epic recruiting weekends set up for the following several weeks. Commits, targets and just about everybody in the recruiting world will either be on campus or paying attention to what is happening with the Ohio State recruiting front. That means it is time to do one of our recruiting-only shows to try and put some things into perspective and that means that Joseph Hastings is joining Kevin Noon on the big show to talk mostly about the class of 2022 but also touch upon what is going on with 2023, a class that cannot officially visit but will be just as much in focus for the next several weeks.
This week, Scarlet and Great welcomed Kiran Shanker to discuss what he saw with the 3 OSU QBs during the Spring Game.-Quick look at all 3 QBs-Can't Judge based off of on glorified practice-Strengths and weaknesses of each QB-Who's the most complete of the 3?And then part 1 of our 3 part Kevin Noon (of Buckeyegrove.com) interview where we took questions from twitter. Parts 2 and 3 will be released next week.-Will Gee Scott get a shot at TE?-How much playing time will Julian Fleming get this year?-Will Lejond Cavazos ever see the field?-Biggest change in covering Buckeye recruiting during Kevin's time in media?-What do recruits absolutely hate about recruiting sites?www.buckeyegrove.com @Kevin_Noon@_Kiranshanker_Find us on youtube: (1) Ohio State Football w/ Scarlet 'N Great - YouTube
The 2021 NFL Draft is in the books and double-digit Buckeyes heard their names called including first-rounder Justin Fields. But it was not without its own drama for each and every player as some players slid a little further than expected, some came off the board quicker than expected and the real debate now rages over who had the best draft and who made good and bad decisions. We are talking about the recently completed draft in this edition of the BIA (BuckeyeGrove Instant Access) podcast as Kevin Noon and Griffin Strom look back at the seven rounds of action that saw dreams come true for 10 former Buckeyes. Plus, we are talking about the 2022 draft, and while that is still 350-plus days away, never too soon to start up that hype machine.
On Monday's edition of The James Crepea Show on Fox Sports Eugene, James reviews Oregon's first spring scrimmage, recaps the weekend for Oregon and Oregon State baseball and softball, Oregon baseball coach Mark Wasikowski returns to discuss the series win at USC and look ahead to facing UCLA, Ohio State beat reporter Kevin Noon of Buckeye Grove recaps OSU's spring game, Brandon Marcello of 247Sports on the SEC spring games, and basketball movement for the Ducks men and women
Ohio State Buckeyes Basketball 2021 is in the Big Dance as the No. 2 seed in the South and will get things started later this week against Oral Roberts. But before we get too deep into tourney talk, let's wrap up the recently completed Big Ten Tournament that saw the Buckeyes come oh-so-close to cutting down the nets, despite a slow start and finish in the championship game. In this episode of the BIA Podcast, Kevin Noon and Griffin Strom are talking about the B1G Tourney, as both had the chance firsthand to see what may go down as the best tournament in the history of the conference. And with the brackets out, we can't ignore the madness of March, we look at Ohio State's bracket as well as some of the other Big Ten teams and make our picks for the final four.
Ohio State Buckeyes Recruiting got some huge news over the weekend with the commitment of '22 Rivals250 wide receiver Kyion Grayes out of Arizona. It was a huge pick up for the Buckeyes as the team now has pledges from two top wide receivers with Grayes and Caleb Burton. In this edition of the BIA Podcast, Kevin Noon and Joseph Hastings talk about what the Grayes commit means for the team as well as the wide receiver board. Is Ohio State well on its way to become WRU? The commits have been there but over the next couple of years, the on-field results will need to meet that as Ohio State continues to cycle through some top talent at the position. Additionally, we tackle the recruiting positions of RB and CB as each board continues to constantly evolve. All of that and more.
We had a special guest drop in for this edition of the BIA Podcast with the nation's No. 10 overall prospect, linebacker CJ Hicks stopping in to talk about recruiting and a whole lot more. For the Kettering (Ohio) product, Ohio State is something that has been part of his life from day one, but this five-star is making sure that other athletes are well aware of just how special that Ohio State is and is one of the Buckeyes' best recruiters. What is next for Hicks the recruiter and what is next for Hicks the football player? We pose both of those questions to the talented defensive star. Plus, what does the NCAA decision to extend the dead period mean? It is one thing to look at it as a fan or a reporter, but what does it mean to an athlete that is not allowed to either visit schools that he is interested in or in Hicks' case, the school that he is committed to? All of that and more as in segment two our Kevin Noon talks about the final few games in the NCAA Basketball regular season as the Buckeyes look to bounce back after a tough loss to TTUN last week. Check it all out.
Welcome to another episode of Ohio State Buckeyes LIVE as Mark is joined by Steve Helwagen of 247 Sports' Bucknuts, Kevin Noon of Rivals' Buckeye Grove and Tony Gerdeman of Buckeye Scoop. For complete college football coverage join us at markrogerstv.com.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – National Signing Day 2021 is in the books and the Buckeyes are sitting with the nation's No. 2 class, but things are not done with one more player sitting out there and Ryan Day's Buckeyes are in a good spot with a talented lineman out of the Pacific Northwest. In this edition of the BIA Podcast (BuckeyeGrove Instant Access) we talk about the class of 2021, even if Wednesday was a slow day in terms of not signing any players, it was a tremendous cycle with 21 players already in the fold, 15 on campus at this point of the game. Joseph Hastings joins Kevin Noon to talk about the class of 2021 as well as what is ahead for the class of 2022. Is a new Buckeye Bash coming together for this class and why will this one be very different than its predecessor for the class of 2021? How does line recruiting look for the Buckeyes, not only on the defensive side of the ball but on the offense too and why is it too early to start getting worried? Plus, we talk about Ohio State recruiting in general, why are Day and his staff just so good at all of this and is the Ohio State brand one of the most powerful in the nation? All of that and more.
Plenty to discuss today as we are at that odd intersection of getting ready for "winter conditioning" with the football team, the traditional February signing day and the basketball season is in full-swing. Kevin Noon is talking about all of that in a solo show where we talk about the two major targets left on the Ohio State board, the upcoming QB battle that will be in place with the departure of Justin Fields and of course where the Ohio State men's basketball team stands as we close the month of January.
MarkRogersTV, "The Voice of College Football", is joined by Steve Helwagen of 247 Sports Bucknuts, Tony Gerdeman of Buckeye Scoop and Kevin Noon of Rivals Buckeye Grove to discuss Ohio State's recent personnel and coaching changes. For complete college football coverage visit markrogerstv.com.
OFN host Greg DePalma welcomes back Kevin Noon, publisher of BuckeyeGrove.com, for an in-depth look at the College Football Playoff title game as Ohio State seeks its second national title of the CFP era – and tries to deny Alabama a sixth under coach Nick Saban. They discuss what the Buckeyes need to do against a Crimson Tide squad featuring Heisman Trophy winner DeVonta Smith and two other top-5 vote-getters...
Buckeye Grove's managing editor recaps Ohio State's big win over Clemson and gives his thoughts on Monday's title game. We also touch on the affect the playoff has on recruiting and the NCAA Transfer Portal's impact on college football.
On Monday's edition of The James Crepea Show on Fox Sports Eugene, James recaps Oregon's loss in the Fiesta Bowl, Chargers beat reporter Daniel Popper of The Athletic returns to discuss the firing of Anthony Lynn, the Ducks headed to the NFL and those returning, latest at Boise State, Ohio State beat reporter Kevin Noon of Buckeye Grove and SEC Insider Matt Zenitz of AL.com recap the CFP semifinals and preview the national championship
Chuck opens the second hour, with ‘CFB 365’ and a look at the headlines in college football. Next, we get a look at Ohio State’s preparation for the Sugar Bowl with Kevin Noon of BuckeyeGrove.com. Then, we talk Alabama in the Rose Bowl with Drew DeArmond of ESPN 97.7 The Zone in Huntsville. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
OFN host Greg DePalma is joined by Kevin Noon, publisher of BuckeyeGrove.com, to preview the College Football Playoff semifinal showdown between Ohio State and Clemson – a rematch of last year’s semifinal in which the Tigers overcame a 16-point deficit to win with 1:49 left. There’s also a little extra spice from Clemson coach Dabo Swinney, who suggested the Buckeyes are unworthy because they’ve only played six games in 2020....
MarkRogersTV, "The Voice of College Football", welcomes Steve Helwagen of 247 Sports' Bucknuts, Kevin Noon of Rivals' Buckeye Grove and Tony Gerdeman of Buckeye Scoop for Ohio State Buckeyes LIVE. This week the guys breakdown Ohio State's upcoming game with Michigan State, CoVid threats to THE GAME, and more. For complete college football coverage go to markrogerstv.com.
Ohio State Buckeyes Football 2020 is off to a 4-0 start so far this season but the most recent against Indiana had a weird feeling to it as the Buckeyes got up big, saw the Hoosiers not go away and really needed to take it to the final possession. Andy Anders joins Kevin Noon on this Monday edition of the podcast to talk about what we know and what we don't know.
Join the fellas tonight kicking off at 6pm for three solid hours as they get you ready for the weekend action heading our way. They look at the headlines and games plus cover some hot topics throughout the show with a solid 5 ⭐️ guest list. 6:30 David Shelton with The Post and Courier 7:00 Jay Williams commissioner of SCYFA 7:30 Kevin Noon with Buckeyegrove.com and Rivals/247 8:00 Celebrity Guest Picker Coach Art Craig
Kevin Noon and Jacob Benge talk about the big 38-25 win over Penn State this past weekend including a dominating game by Ohio State's defensive line and yet another huge game in the air with Justin Fields finding Chris Olave and Garrett Wilson, early and often. Is there concern though about how the team could not put Penn State away? We talk about that and a whole lot more. Plus, Kevin talks about the rest of the week in College Football including around the Big Ten and has some words about some childish antics by Florida head coach Dan Mullen.
We are wrapping up the Ohio State versus Nebraska game from week one of the Big Ten season in this solo edition of the BIA Podcast. Do you prefer us doing postgame podcasts? Doing live video wrap-ups from the pressbox? Let us know. Email - Kevin@BuckeyeGrove.com Twitter - @OSUatRivals or @Kevin_Noon
The Buckeye Grove publisher talks about the return of the Big 10 next week, Ryan Day's star-studded class, and how good he thinks the Buckeyes can be in 2020.
Kevin Noon and Griffin Strom sit down to talk about the latest with Ohio State Buckeyes Football 2020 and the season that gets underway in just a little bit more than two weeks. We talk about what we saw last week at Ohio State's practice at Ohio Stadium as well as conversations about recent interviews with the RBs and LBs for the Buckeyes as well as Tony Alford and Larry Johnson. Check out our footage from the Ohio State Saturday practice - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ucp5gmH2mLQ&feature=emb_logo&ab_channel=KevinNoon Plus, we talk about some happenings in the Big Ten as the season is closing in and look at the upcoming slate of games this weekend including some big ones in the SEC as well as Texas/OU and Florida State/Notre Dame.
Steve Helwagen of 247 Sports Bucknuts, Kevin Noon of Rivals Buckeye Grove and Tony Gerdeman of Buckeye Scoop take over MarkRogersTV "The Voice of College Football" to discuss their most recent conversations with Ryan Day and the Ohio State Buckeyes. For complete college football coverage go to markrogerstv.com.
MarkRogersTV, "The Voice of College Football", welcomes Steve Helwagen of Bucknuts, Kevin Noon of Buckeye Grove and Tony Gerdeman of Buckeye Scoop. For full college football coverage join us at markrogerstv.com.
Jason McIntyre remembers the late Chadwick Boseman after his tragic death due to cancer and questions if LeBron James has the ear of younger players like he has in the past. He talks about which teams will benefit the most from the short NBA layoff and gears up for the return of the NFL in just a couple weeks! Guests: Managing Editor of BuckeyeGrove.com Kevin Noon, NBA Champion Dahntay Jones, FOX Sports Radio host Bucky Brooks Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
@Kevin_Noon joins us to discuss negative recruiting, why Rutgers is in the big ten and not a team like West Virginia, and some recruiting updates regarding a certain Washington pair. #GoBucks #ScarletAndGreat #BuckeyeGrove
MarkRogersTV, "The Voice of College Football", welcomes Steve Helwagen of 247 Sports Bucknuts, Kevin Noon of Rivals' Buckeye Grove and Tony Gerdeman of Buckeye Scoop to discuss the Big Ten's decision to cancel all non-conference games. For daily college football coverage go to markrogerstv.com.
The guys debate the effectiveness of 'no solicitation' signs on their houses, plus the Big Ten is expected to announce they will play conference only schedules for Fall sports in 2020, the Daily Ticker goes to Columbus with Kevin Noon of BuckeyeGrove.com as the Ducks and Buckeyes game scheduled for Eugene this September appears to be off this year.
The guys head to Columbus with Kevin Noon who covers Ohio State for BuckeyeGrove.com to get the latest on the news the Big Ten will announce a conference only football schedule for the Fall, and how soon the trip to Eugene could be rescheduled.
MarkRogersTV, "The Voice of College Football", welcomes Steve Helwagen of 247 Sports' Bucknuts, Kevin Noon of Rivals' Buckeye Grove and Tony Gerdeman of The Ozone for another addition of Ohio State Buckeyes LIVE. Find all the video editions at markrogerstv.com. Here is a taste of the discussion concerning Ryan Day's massive recruiting efforts.
MarkRogersTV, "The Voice of College Football", welcomes Steve Helwagen of 247 Sports' Bucknuts and Kevin Noon of Rivals'Buckeye Grove to discuss Ohio State's 2020 recruiting class. Video version at markrogerstv.com
MarkRogersTV, "The Voice of College Football" welcomes Steve Helwagen of 247 Sports' Bucknuts, Tony Gerdeman of The Ozone and Kevin Noon of Rivals' Buckeye Grove to discuss and predict the Ohio State-Clemson National Semi-Final Playoff Game at the Fiesta Bowl. Video version at markrogerstv.com
Over 50 minutes of breakdowns, analysis and interviews, oh my! Jon and Jake talk bowl projections, Wisconsin sitting No. 8 in the College Football Playoff rankings, if the CFP selection committee will actually punish UW for playing in the Big Ten Championship game, and if we predict the Badgers to smell some roses in Pasadena. After discussing the all-conference honors bestowed upon several Badgers, Kevin Noon from Buckeye Grove gives us the scoop on what's happened with Ohio State in the past month, what Justin Fields could bring to an indoor field even with an injured knee and how J.K. Dobbins performed in the past two games against Penn State and Michigan. Isaac Guerendo goes in-depth with BadgerBlitz.com about the 49-yard kickoff return at Minnesota, transitioning back to running back and how he has had to work back from a hamstring injury that cost him some significant time. Jon and Jake give you their keys to the game on both sides of the ball and our predictions for Saturday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's the Big Ten game of the year (at least on paper) as Ohio State hosts Penn State and we preview the game this episode! Daniel starts in Columbus with BuckeyeGrove.com's Kevin Noon (1:11), followed by StateCollege.com's Ben Jones (8:34). It's Episode 45 of 10 Big Conference Calls!
A daunting task awaits the No. 13 Wisconsin Badgers in Columbus this weekend against the Ohio State Buckeyes. Here's the breakdown: We look at the updated status report released by Wisconsin, and what it means for Saturday. Isaiahh Loudermilk discusses what happened at Illinois, what he sees out of Ohio State's offense with Justin Fields and J.K. Dobbins and how he feels his redshirt junior season has gone. Rivals.com's Kevin Noon, who runs BuckeyeGrove.com, comes on the show to give his take on Ryan Day's squad, what has made them fire on nearly all cylinders through seven games, and what matchups could and could not the two teams on Saturday. Jon and Jake break down their keys to the game on offense and defense, and make their score predictions for the Top-15 matchup. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
After another weekend of college football in the books with some Friday night lights join the fellows as they recap it all. From the highs and lows to the big wins and those bad losses we got you covered. With the new top 25 release the boys will give you their new top 10 and whose in and whose out. We will have Kevin Noon drop by from Rivals.com to talk BIG10 and the national picture in college football. So log on and call I. To weight in your thoughts and opinions.
As Ohio State is set to kick off the 2019 football season at Noon on Saturday, Kevin Noon, Kirk Barton and Ross Fulton of BuckeyeGrove join the show to preview the game, season and what to be on the lookout for. Kris Drew, new host of the Dawg Days podcast, gives Browns fans an inside look at the newest show on the network.
In the latest Unscripted Ohio, we reflect on the TBT Championship won on Tuesday by Carmen's Crew and how it helps shut the door on the Thad Matta era of Ohio State basketball. BuckeyeGrove.com publisher Kevin Noon gives a latest on fall practice including the latest stripes to be removed, the depth of the offensive line and fall standouts.
This week's episode highlights Ohio State and Nebraska, a pair of teams with extreme amounts of expectations in 2019. Kevin Noon (0:57) of BuckeyeGrove.com and Chris Heady (10:43) from The Omaha World-Herald take Daniel through every tough opponent this upcoming season. It's Episode 29 of 10 Big Conference Calls!
Things are getting fun now! Nearly a dozen spring games in the books, and we are talking Indiana, Ohio State, and Nebraska on this episode. Starting things off is Matt Weaver (1:28), peegs reporter in Bloomington. Then Kevin Noon (6:11) talks Justin Fields and life after Urban Meyer for the Buckeyes, and Sean Callahan (11:28) talks up Nebraska ahead of a promising 2019 slate. It's Episode 14 of 10 Big Conference Calls!
The guys open the show talking about the passing of sports radio's Wolfgang, get into last night's games from Dayton, break down the Buckeyes as they prepare to face Iowa State with Kevin Noon from Buckeye Grove and talk DJ Carton and a look at Cincinnati vs. Iowa from the Bearcat perspective with Scott Springer from the Cincinnati Enquirer. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
The guys open the show talking about the passing of sports radio's Wolfgang, get into last night's games from Dayton, break down the Buckeyes as they prepare to face Iowa State with Kevin Noon from Buckeye Grove and talk DJ Carton and a look at Cincinnati vs. Iowa from the Bearcat perspective with Scott Springer from the Cincinnati Enquirer.
The best time of the year is upon us! A record 8 Big Ten teams are dancing, and Daniel chats with three reporters to hear their opinions of Iowa, Ohio State, and Wisconsin's road to the Final Four. Kevin Noon (1:34) of BuckeyeGrove.com talks #11 Ohio State's delight to be dancing, Sean Bock (6:33) of HawkeyeNation.com is worried about #10 Iowa's slate, and Jake Nisse (11:35) of the Daily Cardinal breaks down #5 Wisconsin power 5 opponent. It's Episode 10 of the 10 Big Conference Calls!
As hope for one sport dwindles, excitement for another begins. In the latest Unscripted Ohio, we discuss the continued struggles of the Buckeyes' basketball team and whether they have enough in crunch time to make the NCAA Tournament. BuckeyeGrove.com publisher Kevin Noon joins us for a conversation about the start of spring practice including observations of Justin Fields, the line, the defense and more.
Michigan State took the first act on Sunday over Michigan, as the Spartans have sole possession of 1st as it stands. Today's episode of the podcast breaks down that game, but first discusses Maryland's 10-point win over Ohio State. Washington Post reporter Emily Giambalvo (1:10) starts off the show breaking down the strengths of the Terrapins. Kevin Noon (5:28) of BuckeyeGrove.com walks us through the gauntlet that Ohio State faces to finish their season, and last but not least Dustin Schutte (9:05) of Saturday Tradition talks The Battle For Michigan. Just a few weeks remain before Selection Sunday! Tune in to episode 7 of The 10 Big Conference Calls!
One month closer to March, as Daniel Gillman reviews another wild week in the nation's premier basketball conference. There is now a tie for Big 10's top spot, but today we talk bubble and surprises as Penn State's 0-10 start has Rivals' writer David Eckert (1:41) baffled. Surprising everyone is the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, as 24/7 writer Brian Fonseca (6:54) chimes in on this turnaround season. Lastly, Ohio State is on the bubble and might even be in the dance if the season ended today, as Kevin Noon (12:06) from BuckeyeGrove.com rounds out Episode 4 of 10 Big Conference Calls.
It's a preview of the TCU-Ohio State showdown on the latest Unscripted Ohio podcast. Kevin Noon publisher of BuckeyeGrove and Billy Wessels publisher of PurpleMenace.com lend a hand, tackling the game from every angle. We discuss why the game is no longer a home-and-home series, the speed of TCU and why it's not anything Ohio State won't be ready for.
On the latest Unscripted Ohio, we discuss with BuckeyeGrove publisher Kevin Noon why Urban Meyer likely won't be fired barring a bombshell we don't know about. Intern Andy Anders gives a review of open practice from Saturday. And Kyle Lamb discuss why the Austin stadium deal isn't the death of the Crew.
Chris Plank and Arnie Spanier break down the latest from the Urban Meyer- Ohio State scandal including if and why they think Meyer will be coaching for the Buckeyes this season. The guys also get the pulse of Ohio State nation when Kevin Noon of Yahoo!’s Buckeye Grove checks in and dishes what he’s hearing from the area. Also, the guys continue their division previews with the AFC North. Is there anything other than the Steeler? The guys discuss. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
On the latest edition of Unscripted Ohio, BuckeyeGrove publisher Kevin Noon recaps media days in Chicago and projects Brian Hartline as Zach Smith's replacement. Recruiting analyst Marc Givler updates a pair of 2019 receiving targets after the Zach Smith fallout. And Fox Sports analyst Joel Klatt prospects Dwayne Haskins, the 2018 Buckeyes and Big Ten and rails on the playoff process and procedure.
In the latest edition of Unscripted Ohio, Kyle Lamb and BuckeyeGrove.com publisher Kevin Noon look ahead to Big Ten media days next week in Chicago and whether it's nearing time to put Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh on the hot seat. Speaking of Michigan's disappointment, the Buckeyes beat out the Wolverines for a program-changing basketball recruit.
Kyle Lamb kicks off the latest and greatest Ohio State podcast with BuckeyeGrove.com publisher Kevin Noon. Buckeye Grove recruiting analyst Marc Givler profiles 2019 QB commit Dwan Mathis and recaps a hectic weekend for the Buckeyes. We also answer the question of "who's next?"
The Sooner Sports Podcast is READY for OU vs. Ohio State.Baker Mayfield, Steven Parker, Orlando Brown Jr, and Obo get you ready for kick-off. Plus we hear from OU Beat Writer Tyler Palmateer and Ohio State insider Kevin Noon.
Episode 19: This week the podcast focuses on USCs first two opponents, Virginia and Ohio State. Coach Harvey Hyde and Ryan Abraham discuss the significance of the games before Chris Wallace of CavsCorner.com Chris Wallace previews the Cavaliers and Kevin Noon of BuckeyeGrove.com previews the Buckeyes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices