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Bill Landis, Ohio State beat reporter for The Athletic, tells Mike "Chico" Bormann he's not sure Urban Meyer would have made the in-season change to the defense like Ryan Day to turn around the Buckeyes season as they preview the home stretch in the Big Ten starting with this weekend's matchup with the Hoosier on Friday's "Chico After Dark." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We re-capped the Browns win over the Broncos in Thursday Night Football...listened to Ryan Day preview tomorrow's Ohio State/Indiana game...Austin Ward of Lettermen Row joined us to talk about the Buckeyes...and AJ Hawk checked in as well.
Ohio State is about a three-touchdown favorite this weekend when they play at Indiana, but the Buckeyes know their last meeting with the Hoosiers ended up being a lot closer than that. What did OSU learn from that game where they nearly blew a massive lead? You'll hear directly from Ohio State head coach Ryan Day about that and much more. - How the Buckeye defense used their week off to work on things they had to change on the fly earlier this fall- How Day has seen changes in the linebacker unit since the start of the year- Which veteran could be back on the Buckeye defense this weekend?- Which true freshmen could be the next to make a big impact this season?
Happy Thursday! We start at 1pm after the Ryan Day show & react to his comments, Browns preparing for TNF, NFL Picks at 1:33pm, Haskell Garrett updates his injury status, Jarvis Landry acivated + Jedrick Wills will play at LT for Cleveland, and Locked On Browns' Jeff Lloyd joins at 2:33pm!
Ryan Day previewed the OSU/Indiana game...Joshua Perry educated us on Big Ten football...Tim May of Lettermen Row joined us to talk about the Buckeyes...and Adam Jardy of the Dispatch shared his thoughts on the upcoming Ohio State basketball season.
The hosts are new, but the sarcasm hasn't changed a bit. Join Gene Ross and Josh Dooley all year long as they break down everything going on in Buckeye Nation on Land-Grant Holy Land's flagship podcast. The Buckeyes are back in action this weekend, and there is lots to discuss ahead of the pending matchup with the Hoosiers. Gene and Josh start by discussing the latest Ohio State commitment in the 2022 class, and touch on a few noteworthy topic's from Ryan Day's weekly presser. They then dive into the matchup against Indiana, where Tom Allen's team has struggled to start the season thanks to an incredibly tough schedule and a plethora of injuries to key players. The Holy Land boys will get you up to speed with everything you need to know for this Big Ten clash. Connect with the Podcast: Twitter: @HolyLandPod Connect with Gene: Twitter: @Gene_Ross23 Connect with Josh: Twitter: @jdooleybuckeye Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this Wednesday Buckeye Talk, the discussion centers around information gleaned from interviews with Ryan Day, linebackers coach Al Washington and offensive line coach Greg Studrawa. And Doug Lesmerises, Stephen Means and Nathan Baird also discuss the new recruiting pledge of edge rusher Kenyatta Jackson, a top-100 player for the Class of 2022 from Florida.Other topics:An increased role for LB Steele Chambers?Why the Buckeyes are rotating on the offensive lineHarry Miller's status returning from injuryThe projected starting offensive line for next yearThe Big Ten skill players that will test the OSU defense in the weeks aheadBelly buttonsThanks for listening to another Buckeye Talk from cleveland.com,. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Ohio State linebackers have been rounding into form and playing better by the week. On Tuesday, Buckeye head coach Ryan Day and linebackers coach Al Washington talked with reporters about the process of growing and improving this season.Offensive line coach Greg Studrawa also met with reporters and discussed the depth in his room and the six starters he can turn to.Tony Gerdeman and Tom Orr were present for all three interview sessions and recap everything the coaches had to say and answer some very pertinent questions along the way.
After a week off, Ohio State is back to work in the leadup to this weekend's game at Indiana.Buckeye Scoop's Kevin Noon joins host Tom Orr to discuss some of the most interesting things they learned after talking to OSU head coach Ryan Day, linebackers coach Al Washington, and offensive line coach Greg Studrawa. How did the Buckeyes spend their week off? What is the biggest key to CJ Stroud's continued development? Is Quinn Ewers getting closer to playing this season? What's the latest on a pair of injured Buckeyes? What was the biggest hurdle Dawand Jones had to clear before becoming a big contributor to this year's team?How have things changed in the linebacker room since the back-to-back departures of Dallas Gant and K'Vaughan Pope?
Happy Tuesday! We start off with Ryan Day's Press Conference, Injuries keep on hitting the Browns, Day Trippin' at 1:20pm, ESPN's Bill Connelly joins at 1:33pm, Day stresses they can't look ahead to Penn State, CBJ travel to face the Red Wings, and Columbus Dispatch's Brian Hedger joins at 2:33pm!
Ohio State head football coach Ryan Day speaks to the media on Tuesday October 19, 2021 in Columbus, Ohio. During this Day looks ahead to this week's game against the Indiana Hoosiers and much more.
We listened to some of Ryan Day's comments from last night's appearance on Buckeye Roundtable...Anthony Schlegel joined us from Jacksonville to tell us about the Jaguars victory in London...Spencer Holbrook of Lettermen Row gave his thoughts on Ohio State's game at Indiana this Saturday...and Beau Bishop made his weekly appearance on "Beau Knows Browns" as he broke down Sunday's loss to the Cardinals.
It has been more than a decade since an Ohio State player returned a kickoff for a touchdown, but after watching freshman phenom Emeka Egbuka there for the last few games, it seems like just a matter of time before that streak ends. Why did the Buckeyes choose to trust the freshman with that important role? and why is he so good at it? In this episode of the Morning Scoop, you'll hear directly from OSU head coach Ryan Day and wide receiver Chris Olave on Egbuka's emergence, and several other topics. - What is the status of running back Miyan Williams?- Will cornerback Cam Brown be back for the Indiana game?- Are the Buckeyes adding in new looks to overwhelm upcoming opponents?
The Blue Jackets steamrolled the Coyotes last night to win their season opener. We recapped yesterday's Ryan Day show. The Buccaneers held off the Eagles last night on Thursday Night Football. The Bengals head to Detroit to take on the Lions. Austin Ward (Lettermen Row) joined us to talk Crew, CBJ and more with the Buckeyes on a bye week. The Browns host the undefeated Cardinals on Sunday afternoon. AJ Hawk hopped on in the final hour of the show as he does on every Friday.
We played Ryan Day sound from his press conference yesterday. Kerry Coombs talking about dealing with adversity had us fired up this morning. Boone Jenner has been named captain of the CBJ. EJ Liddell says he's happy he came back for his junior season. More layers are being added to the Jon Gruden story. Jean-Luc Grand-Pierre (CBJ broadcaster) joined the show to preview the CBJ season, with the puck dropping tomorrow night at Nationwide Arena. Kirk Ferentz says Iowa fans felt Penn State players were faking injuries. Dustin Schutte (Saturday Tradition) hopped on in the third hour to go around the Big Ten six weeks into the CFB season.
Ohio State's usual Tuesday press conference featured defensive coordinator Kerry Coombs, who spoke for the first time since responsibility to call the defense was handed to Matt Barnes after the loss to Oregon. Nathan and Stephen discuss what they heard from Coombs and what it means for his future with the Buckeyes. Also, reaction to Ryan Day's mid-season assessments. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
- Kerry Coombs speaks for first time since losing play calling duties - Ryan Day makes simple statement about the first 6 games - Basketball team announces captains Follow and subscribe to The Locked on Buckeyes Podcast: https://linktr.ee/LockedOnBuckeyes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Two weeks into the 2021 season, Ohio State football was a complete mess. The Buckeyes had just lost to Oregon, a two-touchdown underdog, and were in danger of being knocked out of the College Football Playoff picture before their season ever really got started. But in the wake of that loss, Ohio State head coach Ryan Day made a radical change, overhauling his defensive coaching staff, removing the playcalling responsibilities from Kerry Coombs, and giving them to Matt Barnes instead. That move was just one of several things that changed, and the results were apparent quickly. But that move was a difficult one for Coombs to swallow. This week, he opened up about that decision, why he chose to stay on staff, what he really thinks about it, and more. You'll hear directly from Coombs about all of that, plus what he thinks the real difference is on the defense, why Denzel Burke has made an immediate impact, how Steele Chambers has changed the story at linebacker for the Buckeyes, and much more.
Ohio State defensive coordinator Kerry Coombs met with reporters on Tuesday and was asked how the last few weeks have gone for him. It was a simple question with a string of complicated answers from Coombs.Buckeye Scoop's Tom Orr and Tony Gerdeman were on hand for the media session and they give their thoughts on an unprecedentedly open interview with Coombs.Do they think he'll be back or has too much already happened? This topic and more are discussed throughout the show.
Happy Tuesday! We kick off the show with Ryan Day's press conference on a bye week, Gruden resigns in Vegas, Lamar Jackson goes off on Monday Night Football, CBS Sports' Jordan Dajani at 1:33pm, Day talks about guys coming back form injury, baseball playoffs heat up, and FTN Network's Derek Brown joins at 2:33pm!
Ohio State head football coach Ryan Day addresses the media on Tuesday October 12, 2021 in Columbus, Ohio. During this Day reflects on Maryland and evaluates the Buckeyes ahead of the bye week.
The Ohio State Buckeyes are now halfway through their 2021 regular season, and it has been quite an eventful ride.From the emergence of a huge group of elite true freshmen, to the drama surrounding their quarterback's shoulder, and a total overhaul of the defense, there have been a ton of fascinating storylines to follow already this season. In this episode of The Morning Scoop, you'll hear directly from Ohio State head coach Ryan Day and star quarterback CJ Stroud about those stories and much more.
Ohio State football beat reporters Joey Kaufman and Bill Rabinowitz speak with Dispatch sports columnist Rob Oller on the latest episode of the BuckeyeXtra Football podcast. During this episode we break down Ohio State's 66-17 victory over the Maryland Terrapins on Saturday October 9, 2021 at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Ohio. During this edition we talk about the performance we saw from Buckeyes offense, their defense, and discuss how the running back played during the game.
Jordan Williams and Christopher Renne provide an instant recap show to break down the reasons why Ohio State won and what to expect for the Buckeyes moving forward. They get into a discussion about the offensive explosion for the Buckeyes and how CJ Stroud was pretty much perfect. Ryan Day was in his bag, but the run game took a little to get going.. Then the guys get into the three-headed monster of receivers and what the efficiency means for the Buckeyes moving forward, Defensively, the guys loved the defensive effort and they get into a discussion about the Buckeyes' first complete defensive effort on all three levels. The pass rush, finally showed up and the linebackers played well for four quarters. They also kept the streak alive! Lastly, the guys discuss their players of the game and how this game had a lot of candidates. They get into some of their favorite plays including the Chris Olave touchdowns, the pick six, and a few more. Next week for the Buckeyes are off and there will be no Instant Recap Pod. The Buckeyes will look to improve in the bye week and we will see you guys on the other side when the Buckeyes take on the Indiana Hoosiers. Connect with Jordan Williams Twitter: @JordanW330 Connect with Chris Renne: Twitter: @ChrisRenneCFB Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
JT Tuimoloau and Jack Sawyer were two of the most sought-after recruits in the nation for the class of 2021. Now, they're both playing significant minutes as true freshmen on the Ohio State defensive line. This week we got a chance to talk to both Tuimoloau and Sawyer about their transition to college life, the challenges of enrolling early or not playing a senior season of high school football, and much more.Plus, updates from Ryan Day on the Buckeyes' preparation for this weekend's game against Maryland, and Thayer Munford goes in-depth on why he's been so impressed with true freshman offensive lineman Donovan Jackson.
We Tackle Life 10-8-21 Maryland gets OSU after getting routed by Iowa Buckeyes should cut their risk defensively Is the second half of OSU's season tougher than the first? Who's the most indispensable Buckeye? Ryan Day hints at a night game Shelley Meyer quits Twitter Browns head for San Diego Baker has a bum left shoulder Bengals get ARod in Cincy Find out more at https://spielman-and-hooley.pinecast.co
Happy Thursday! The first hour is the Ryan Day show and we recap all his comments at 1pm, Baker Mayfield dealing with a shoulder injury, NFL Picks at 1:33pm, Jack Sawyer talks about getting comfortable with the speed of the college game, Dodgers win the NL Wild Card game, and USA Today's Mark Schofield joins to preview TNF at 2:33pm!
The Ohio State defense has 14 sacks on the season, but nine of those came against Akron. Despite the lack of production in other games, Buckeye head coach Ryan Day is seeing some signs of a potential breakout for the OSU pass rush.Buckeye Scoop's Tony Gerdeman and Tom Orr discuss that possibility and also talk about everything else Day had to say during his Thursday radio show and lightning round session with reporters.The fellas also discuss the Maryland Terrapins and talk about how the pass rush from both sides will be key in Saturday's game.
On this Thursday Buckeye Talk from cleveland.com, the pod goes back to Mount Buckmore. This summer, Doug Lesmerises, Nathan Baird, Stephen Means and the texters declared the four best Buckeyes at quarterback, running back, receiver, cornerback, defensive end and linebacker. Now, it's time to do the head coaches.On this pod, the primary questions are:Is Woody Hayes not only No. 1 for Ohio State, but would he make a Mount Rushmore for college football coaches all time?Is Urban Meyer or Jim Tressel No. 2 on the list of Ohio State's greatest football coaches?Which coach rounds out Mount Buckmore right now, and what does Ryan Day have to do to get into Ohio State's top four? And will he stay in Columbus long enough to do it?Thanks for listening to another special Buckeye Talk episode. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Happy Wednesday! Red Sox take the AL Wild Card game, Aaron Rodgers discusses his love for Mike Tomlin, NFL Playbook w/ Adam Schefter at 12:33pm, Fool's Paradise at 12:48pm, In or Out for the NFL Week 4 results, NBC Sports Edge's Matt Williams at 1:33pm, Ryan Day on what pleased him the most from the Rutgers game, and CBJ Rank-Side Reporter Dave Maetzold at 2:33pm!
We re-capped the American League Wild Card win by the Red Sox...listened to Ryan Day's comments from yesterday's press conference...talked to Dusty Dvoracek of Sirius XM about the college football landscape...ESPN's Field Yates discussed all the latest NFL stories...and Pat Murphy of Bucknuts talked about Ohio State heading into the Maryland game.
On this Wednesday Buckeye Talk from cleveland.com, Doug Lesmerises, Nathan Baird and Stephen Means debate and discuss what they learned from talking to Ryan Day and some Ohio State players on Tuesday in advance of Saturday's game against Maryland.Which veteran Buckeye talked about handling a decreased role for the good of the team?Why are the Buckeyes experimenting with offensive line combinations?What does the future of former defensive play caller Kerry Coombs look like?Can Maryland's passing attack give Ohio State problems?And what does everyone think of Urban Myer's situation as an NFL coach after he had to apologize to his team?Thanks for listening to another Buckeye Talk from cleveland.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Buckeye freshmen are making plays week in and week out for the Buckeyes. TreVeyon Henderson is an explosive runner. Tyleik Williams is leading the team in sacks. Denzel Burke and JT Tuimoloau are starting on defense and playing well, and there are more young Bucks earning reps by the day.Buckeye Scoop's Tom Orr and Tony Gerdeman discuss just how impressive this freshman class has been and also recap everything that Ryan Day had to say to reporters on Tuesday.
The Ohio State Buckeyes were back on the practice field Tuesday preparing for their first Big Ten home game of the season against the Maryland Terrapins. Ryan Day and three players, including tight end Mitch Rossi, offensive lineman Nick Petit-Frere, and defensive back Marcus Williamson met with the media on Tuesday to discuss what they learned from the big win at Rutgers, what they're expecting from Maryland, and more. Topics included: - What Day is most proud of from the first month of the season- Is TreVeyon Henderson ahead of where Day expected him to be?- When will Henderson start getting more carries?- Rossi on his first career touchdown, and being a scholarship player- Petit-Frere on the leadership challenge that Day issued to the upperclassmen- Williamson on the humility needed to work with younger players, knowing that they could win your job
Ohio State head football coach Ryan Day speaks to the media on Tuesday October 5, 2021 in Columbus, Ohio. During this Day previews the upcoming game between the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Maryland Terrapins.
Dispatch sports columnist Rob OIller discusses his latest BuckeyeXtra Football column on this Oller Take II digital audio clip. During this Oller talks about former Ohio State coach Urban Meyer and the recent video that surfaced of Urban at bar and breaks down what we know now.
Happy Tuesday! We join Ryan Day's Press Conference at noon, reacting to his comments following it, Day Trippin' at 1:20pm, PFF's Trevor Sikkema at 1:33pm, Joey Bosa sounds off on the refs, the Jaguars release at statement on Urban Meyer, and PFN's Cam Mellor at 2:33pm!
The hosts are new, but the sarcasm hasn't changed a bit. Join Gene Ross and Josh Dooley all year long as they break down everything going on in Buckeye Nation on Land-Grant Holy Land's flagship podcast. Coming into the week, we didn't quite know what to expect from the Buckeyes after a dominant performance against a really bad Akron team. However, it turns out a healthy C.J. Stroud is pretty darn good, as Ohio State beat up on Rutgers 52-13 — and it could have been a heck of a lot worse if Ryan Day didn't show mercy to former OSU coordinator Greg Schiano by emptying the bench. Gene and Josh break down what they saw on both sides of the ball, including the Heisman-potential of TreVeyon Henderson and the emergence of Tyliek Williams. They finish up with a whip around of the Big Ten and the current state of the conference and college football at large. Connect with the Podcast: Twitter: @HolyLandPod Connect with Gene: Twitter: @Gene_Ross23 Connect with Josh: Twitter: @jdooleybuckeye Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ohio State football beat reporters Joey Kaufman and Bill Rabinowitz as they speak with Dispatch sports columnist Rob Oller on the latest episode of the BuckeyeXtra Football podcast. During this episode we break down Ohio State's 53-12 victory over the Rutgers Scarlet Knights and discuss key takeaways from this game.
The Ohio State Buckeyes scored early against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights and never looked back as they raced out to a 45-6 halftime lead before slowing things down after halftime to secure a 53-13 victory. Despite this being this fourth start of the season, Saturday afternoon was official C.J. Stroud's coming out party, and friends, did he make the most of it. The second-year freshman was 17-for-23 for 330 yards and 5 touchdowns and after a week off to rest an ailing shoulder, he shut the door on any and all legitimate conversations about who should be Ohio State's starting quarterback. On the LGHL Instant Recap Podcast, Chris Renne and Matt Tamanini discuss Stroud's near-perfect performance, the impressive — but short — outing by TreVeyon Henderson, the big game from Chris Olave, and more on the offensive side of the ball. But, the biggest impression was made by the guys on the defense. While Rutgers is not a premiere Big Ten offense, the Buckeyes' performance on Saturday afternoon proved that the changes that Ryan Day, Kerry Coombs, and Matt Barnes have been making are beginning to work. Check out the show and let us know what you think of OSU's most recent blowout of the Scarlet Knights. Connect with Matt Tamanini: Twitter: @BWWMatt Connect with Chris Renne: Twitter: @ChrisRenneCFB Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ohio State freshman running back TreVeyon Henderson is already one of the best young talents in college football just four games into his Buckeye career. But this week, Henderson showed why he might be just as impressive off the field as he is on it. You'll hear directly from Henderson, as well as Ohio State head coach Ryan Day, and wide receiver Garrett Wilson about the Buckeyes' upcoming game against Rutgers, and why Wilson was disappointed with a recent win. Plus, Day shares his thoughts on when to go for it on fourth down, what goes into that decision, and when punting might be more aggressive than kicking a field goal.
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On this Wednesday Buckeye Talk from cleveland.com, Doug Lesmerises, Nathan Baird and Stephen Means analyze everything head coach Ryan Day, and defensive play caller Matt Barnes, said on Tuesday, and then compare that to what text subscribers are thinking about the Buckeyes.The first two segments are about quarterback, and how Kyle McCord's performance against Akron on Saturday affected the view of things. Day said C.J. Stroud is definitely the starter when healthy, but not everyone agrees that should be the case. It's a fascinating divide in the view of Ohio State's QB world.Then it's time to go position by position through Ohio State's back seven to discern where things are actually better compared to the Oregon loss. Barnes spoke for the first time since taking over calling the defense from Kerry Coombs, as the defensive picture starts to clarify a bit.Thanks for listening to Buckeye Talk from cleveland.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Buckeyes are back at it this week in preparation for Saturday's game at Rutgers. Days after a very productive freshman debut, will Kyle McCord be back in the saddle at quarterback for the Buckeyes? Or will it be CJ Stroud? What did Ohio State head coach Ryan Day have to say about his quarterback situation?Buckeye Scoop's Tom Orr and Tony Gerdeman discuss the ongoing quarterback battle and Day's thoughts on where things stand for all parties. They also discuss the improving Buckeye defense. Has Ohio State finally landed on their best 11 on defense?All of these topics are covered and more in this latest edition of the Buckeye Weekly Podcast.