Chuck opens Thursday's show by talking about Tennessee's 2021 schedule. Dan talks about how this season is the ceiling for Ole Miss as a program. We talk Mississippi State with Brian Hadad of SuperTalk Mississippi. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We will (attempt to) regale you with many fascinating and little known facts about Pittsburgh sports history. Impress your friends with the vast wealth of trivia that you will glean from this enlightening episode!Connect with the show:Visit us on the webFollow us on TwitterFollow us on Facebook
On December 2, 1955, only a few newspapers covered the famous event that happened the day before. At the time, nobody guessed just how much impact a woman named Rosa Parks would have when she sat on a bus and refused to give up her seat. So, if her story wasn't being reported that day, what else was? SOURCES “1956 Game Recap.” Official Site of the Allstate Sugar Bowl, September 9, 2020. https://allstatesugarbowl.org/classic/1956-game-recap/. “Advertisement: VanDervoorts Ice Skates (Page 10).” Lansing State Journal (Lansing, Michigan), December 2, 1955. www.newspapers.com. Associated Press. “Engine Pioneer Receives Gift From Jet Pilots.” Spokane Chronicle (Spokane, Washington), December 22, 1955. www.newspapers.com. “Bobby Grier (American Football).” Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, August 18, 2021. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bobby_Grier_(American_football). “Charlie Taylor (MECHANIC).” Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, August 16, 2021. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlie_Taylor_(mechanic). Haugland, Vern. “Trapped Diver Saved, Ready To Try Again.” The Index-Journal (Greenwood, South Carolina), December 2, 1955. www.newspapers.com. History.com Editors. “Rosa Parks.” History.com. A&E Television Networks, November 9, 2009. https://www.history.com/topics/black-history/rosa-parks. “Negro Jailed Here For 'Overlooking' Bus Segregation.” The Montgomery Advertiser (Montgomery, Alabama), December 2, 1955. www.newspapers.com. Philadelphia Enquirer. “Rescue For Joe Tallarico.” Public Opinoin (Chambersburg, Pennsylvania), December 6, 1955. www.newspapers.com. “Sugar Bowl.” Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, August 31, 2021. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sugar_Bowl. United Press. “Aviation Pioneer Homeless.” Long Beach Independent (Long Beach, California), December 2, 1955. www.newspapers.com. United Press. “Ban On Tech In Sugar Bowl If Negro To Play.” The Monroe News-Star (Monroe, Louisiana), December 2, 1955. www.newspapers.com. United Press. “Governor Would Bar Ga. Tech From Playing Pitt.” The Knoxville News-Sentinel (Knoxville, Tennessee), December 2, 1955. www.newspapers.com. SOUND SOURCES Al Jolson. “I'll Say She Does.” www.pixabay.com/music. Lucille Hegamin and The Dixie Daisies. “Cold Winter Blues.” www.pixabay.com/music. Sophie Tucker. “Reuben Rag.” www.pixabay.com/music. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Lainy Malkani looks into the story of sugar in Thailand, now the second biggest exporter of sugar in the world. We hear how farmers there are coping with climate change, what sustainable production might look like and what sugar cane can be used for once the sweet juice has been removed, from fuel to water bottles. Lainy looks at the future of sugar, talking to those experimenting with sugar to try to make it healthier, like the company Douxmatok, who are hacking sugar crystals at a structural level in an effort to help us eat less of it without compromising on taste. Presenter: Lainy Malkani Producer: Megan Jones
Before I let you know everything that happened in an incredible KSR Football Podcast, I must warn you that it does not sound incredible. Due to some major technological difficulties, the kind that are so bad they haven't happened in years, you may have trouble hearing Freddie and Charles. I'm sorry, but we're playing the hand we're dealt at this point. If you have to wait to listen until next week, we understand and apologize for dropping the ball after such a significant win. The BBN willed Kentucky to a 20-13 win over No. 10 Florida. The KSR Podcast crew breaks down all of the big moments, commends the defense and looks ahead to another enormous game against LSU. Highlights: Chris Rodriguez's wardrobe change. Bembry scraping paint Josh Pachal made money. Mitch Barnhart's field-storming pursuit. Stoops is an A+ whiffle ball player. Drew's good mojo from 2007 Diagnosing offensive woes Freddie refuses to let Roush dream of a Sugar Bowl.... yet. Listen to the tournament action unfold by subscribing to “KSR Football Podcast” on iTunes. You can also stream the show online or on your Android phone through Spotify. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Scoot talks to Crescent City Classic Race Director Eric Stuart about the difficulties the race faces after its longtime title sponsor pulled out See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Cincinnati Bearcats. This program, dating back to 1885, has a long and storied history. One legendary coach with an outstanding four-year stretch, one coach that led the program to both the Sugar Bowl and the Orange Bowl, one coach that made the Bearcats a mainstay in the final AP Poll, one quick scoring explosion to secure a stunning upset, one tough Sugar Bowl outing to derail a perfect season, one four-year stretch of excellence spanning 1951-1954, one tale of two undefeated teams in the regular season, one quarterback with the perfect deep pass, one triple threat Bearcat, one Battle for the Victory Bell, one strange tale of three ties in a season, one season of shutouts, and of course, one Bearcat. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jay-abramson/support
1980's top teams jockey for position and a shot at the title as bowl bids are handed out. The sport's two pre-eminent programs do battle at Legion Field as Notre Dame and Alabama meet with the Sugar Bowl on the line. Meanwhile the USC Trojans, suspended from postseason play, look to spoil the party and extend their unbeaten streak to 29 games against a Washington Huskies team with something to prove. And Heisman favorite George Rogers tries to carry his South Carolina teammates to a win and a berth in the Gator Bowl against upset-minded Wake Forest.
Much appreciation to:saxtoninsurance.com & Cosmic Coffee + Beer GardenTre Watson was a graduate transfer running back for the Texas Longhorns for the 2018 Sugar Bowl championship season.Watson, a Cali native completed his undergraduate work at Cal-Berkley. The shifty and fast running back dealt with multiple injuries while at Cal and wore jersey #5 because he was inspired by USC's Reggie BushDuring his one season at Texas, Watson produced 786 yards rushing and scored 3 rushing touchdowns. Not to mention 91-yards rushing during that upset win over Georgia in the Sugar Bowl.Watson is a cerebral, high energy, motivating, and vocal guy who quickly earned the respect of his offensive teammates at Texas. But, his guys on defense, not so much. hahaBack to the vocal piece, Tre speaks his mind and delivers soundbite gold and is a quote machine.In fact, he voiced his opinion on the ending of the Tom Herman era at Texas and the excitement about UT leaving the Big 12 for the SEC.Watson is currently a youth U 13-year-old football team which is playing for a championship & a trainer.Be sure to give him follow on Instagram: tre1watson and on Twitter: @tre1watsonA great follow.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/StoriesManCave)
Trevor Knight joins Gabe Ikard and Teddy Lehman for an interview (6:36). The guys talk to Trevor about his playing career including that memorable 2014 Sugar Bowl performance, the process of transferring to Texas A&M, Baker Mayfield, OU going to the SEC, Katy Perry and much more! Enjoy!
30 for 30 documentary reviewed: "Ghosts of Ole Miss." Sam Anderson, Ren Clayton, and Nic Rudolph break down a doc about Ole Miss football's turbulent 1962 season. A time when the school was refusing to integrate black people. Riots ensued. The football team, though, went undefeated and won the Sugar Bowl. The guys discuss the dissonance that Mississippians experience when facing their past. The gang also categorizes this film as one of the most educational they've reviewed, giving it a top-five overall rating. A game of Mount Rushmore with 'things we hate but wish we loved' is played. And the guys talk Olympics!
How we handle adversity often defines our life. As a high school senior Garin Justice watched a coaching change at West Virginia University nearly derail his plan of playing for the Mountaineers. With the odds completely stacked against any chance of playing he took the bet. He won. Not only did he become captain of the Mountaineers 2006 Sugar Bowl champion team, today Justice is the offensive line coach at the University of Miami. On this episode, the "Guys" bring you the life-changing story of the Gilbert native and his journey in the football world. When did he know Pat White was special? How did he get fired from a job before ever stepping on to campus? Those stories and many more on the 297th episode of Three Guys Before The Game.
Tom Brady stole an endorsement from Bill Belicheck. QB matchups from the Sugar Bowl. Looking ahead to the College World Series tonight and some MLB talk. Whatcha Got. The post June 29th 5pm Hour: Brady ups Belichick again; Remembering some great CFB QB match-ups; Previewing the College World Series appeared first on ESPN Southwest Florida.
Today I get to speak to Leslie 'Sugar Bowl' Morton, an Incredibly popular Kittitian personality who has an incredible reach through radio, television, music and the stage. Sugar Bowl talks to me about his humble beginnings, inspiring so many people and some costs popularity has had on his life and his family.
On this episode, I share the news, and my thoughts, regarding the proposed 12-team college football playoff. Jimmy Kimmel is getting a bowl game named after him, and we also talk about the NCAA's investigation into the Arizona State football program. Welcome back for Season 4!
This week's episode is crazy... We blame "Mercury In Retrograde"! That's a real thing, right?This week our GBF, Lance, joins in on the fun as we discuss Kathy Hilton on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Amy and D'Aandra talk about their experiences with Paris Hilton, we learn what the "Sugar Bowl" pose is, that Disney World has "Gay Days", the lengths D'Andra went to to get the perfect photo for National Donut Day and what her photo idea is for Pride Month!
I want to thank Jamey Conley, The Director of the Performance Training at the Sugar Bowl Ski Academy for taking the time out of his busy schedule to join the Podcast. Jamey is in charge of training, assessing and evaluating some of the best young skiers in the country to hopefully one day be able to represent the United States in the Olympics. On top of it all, I had the privilege of coaching Jamey as a high school football player and I am not surprised at all the success Jamey has had in life. Tremendous listen!
Former Utah greats Stevenson Sylvester, Mike Wright, Derrick Shelby and Robert Johnson joined the Crimson Corner via stream to reflect on the 2008 Sugar Bowl season. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Oh we back! STS (Alex, John, Matt) came back on to discuss the NFL Draft, the Orange & White game, the Sugar Bowl, the 2021 season, and more. Stay tuned for more Pawcast episodes coming soon. While you're at it, why don't you leave us a review, and tell a friend about the show!
Zanzibar, Munchie Madness & Kitty Kitty Bang Bang...with names like those, how could you pass up this ice cream? That's not all, on this episode we hear from Brittany and Nathan Todd, owners of the Sugar Bowl, about their business adventures, the importance of community and a few secrets of what's to come! What an inspiring couple of YOUNG entrepreneurs - be sure to listen, share and comment on the episodes to let us know you're enjoying them. Sugar Bowl Photography by Brittany Sugar Bowl Facebook Sugar Bowl Instagram Photography by Brittany Facebook Photography by Brittany Instagram Driftless Area Scenic Byway River Bluffs Scenic Byway Northeast Iowa RC&D RC&D Facebook RC&D Twitter Iowa Scenic Byway Passport Program Travel Iowa --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bluffsbrooksbyways/message
On the weekend of Dabo Swinney's All-In Ball, Brian Boone and Clay Lowder join the podcast to talk philanthropy and helping others. In late December, Lowder decided he was going to fully fund a trip to the Sugar Bowl for a Clemson family that had gone through struggle. He sent the family of Ken Kelly, who spent the previous year battling liver cancer and COVID. Months later, Boone was similarly inspired when he decided to give up his six-seat table at the All-In Ball to a Clemson family who would be positively impacted from the experience. Saturday night, Joey Millwood and his family will attend the All-In Ball, listen to guest speaker Jon Gruden, and receive a full tour of the Reeves Center. Joey and his wife Erin lost their 10-year-old daughter Eliza Cait to leukemia in 2018. They began a ministry in her honor, Bright Light Dance Ministry, to send dancers across the world to spread the gospel because Eliza Cait loved Jesus and loved to dance. Boone lost his wife, Kathy Boone, in May of 2018. Five months earlier, Clemson's football staff opened its doors and its hearts to the Boone family in a story documented by Tigerillustrated.com. Boone and Lowder reflect on how much giving to others can help not only the recipient but the person giving.
Sean is a director of sitcoms, husband or an actress & dialogue coach, and father of Katelyn. She's a sports photographer who's shot events like the World Series and Sugar Bowl, just to name a few. Understanding that showbiz doesn't mean constant employment, Sean studied personal finance and shares what he's learned with Katelyn on an enjoyable and educational podcast, Dads, Daughters, and Dollars.Support the show (https://www.facebook.com/ReallyLegalPodcast)
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors. Points, points and more points, scoring over 100 points twice in three games, scoring 98 points years later and leading the nation in scoring many years later; this program had moments when it could score. One coach who led Hawaii's only undefeated untied teams, one coach who engineered the most extreme turnaround in college football history, one stunning win to vanquish a rival's hopes, one defensive led upset, one Sugar Bowl loss to vanquish a perfect season, one stunning shut loss sandwiched between two scoring barrages, three undefeated untied teams, one offense that led the nation in scoring, two exceptional quarterbacks, one longtime rival, one wild five game stretch, one game changing rainbow and of course, one Warrior. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jay-abramson/support
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Utah Utes. This program was the BCS busters, but had many notable moments long before the BCS. One National Championship, one coach with 5 undefeated seasons, two BCS firsts, one stunning Sugar Bowl upset, one loss due to an upright, one multiple-array of formations out of the spread, one standout quarterback, one Holy War, two seasons of shutouts, and of course, one red-tail Hawk. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jay-abramson/support
Jacksonville radio personality and longtime college football writer Matt Hayes joins the podcast to give a sense of what it's like in Jaguars Land in response to Trevor Lawrence and Travis Etienne joining the franchise. Hayes said the locals are giddy over not just what Lawrence can do on the field, but the leader he promises to be in the community. Hayes recently recently interviewed Stanford coach David Shaw, who said Lawrence is going to be one of the NFL greats. Also, Hayes reflects on a media climate that creates hysteria over someone such as Lawrence merely mentioning that there's more to his life than football. Hayes also shares his take on the college football hierarchy. Despite Georgia's presence, and despite Ohio State's romp over Clemson in the Sugar Bowl, Hayes says: "I think it's still an Alabama and Clemson world."
Chuck opens Monday’s show by talking about the College Football Playoff hinting at soon to be expansion of the field. We then talk South Carolina and Tennessee’s quarterback situation. Jim Nagy of the Senior Bowl joins us to talk NFL Draft. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Former Clemson player and staffer Xavier Brewer joins the podcast to talk his new role as cornerbacks coach at Louisiana-Monroe under Terry Bowden. Bowden hired several former Clemson staffers including Zac Alley, Maverick Morris, Roderick McDowell, and a blast from the past in defensive line coach Ron "Big Daddy" West. In addition, former Clemson offensive coordinator Rich Rodriguez is running the offense for Bowden. Brewer reflects on his recruitment to Clemson, and a revelation Dabo Swinney shared with him only a couple years ago: When Brewer called to commit to Clemson, there was strong disagreement between Swinney (who offered Brewer) and the defensive staff led by Vic Koenning. The defensive staff wanted to rescind the offer for another player. Tommy Bowden ended up ruling in Swinney's favor, and Clemson accepted the commitment. Brewer ended up starting 34 career game and playing in 53. Brewer shares the life lessons he learned after going through a tumultuous and unforgettable summer of 2020 with Clemson's football program, and how hard it was for a team to go through a season filled with COVID protocols and disruptions to the normal way of life. Brewer's job on Clemson's staff was advance scouting of opponents, and he shares his thoughts on Ohio State's 49-point barrage in the Sugar Bowl and how it happened. Brewer also reflects on what it's like to coach defense in the days of supersonic offenses flush with elite talent and rules that favor moving the ball and scoring points.
Buckeye Talk delved into another day of interviews ahead of Monday's College Football Playoff national championship game near Miami. Alabama coach Nick Saban was not especially keen on pushing back the game for coronavirus reasons. Ohio State coach Ryan Day said that won't be necessary and the Buckeyes will have plenty of players available at Hard Rock Stadium on Monday. Justin Fields says he'll be fine by Monday night after his painful Sugar Bowl experience.All of that, plus some thoughts on Paris Johnson and Miyan Williams and projecting players in context. Thanks as always for listening to Buckeye Talk. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Did you see a nude reveler running the Columbus streets in the wee hours of Friday night? Was there an image burned into your retinas for life? Just imagine if Ohio State wins again! Yes, Duane Long is here to revel in Ohio State's necked jaunt-quality win over Clemson on Friday night in New Orleans. Ahh, the Sugar Bowl was just so sweet. We talk silencing Dabo, prepping for 'Bama, adding an elite Florida defensive back and possibly attracting the nation's best offensive lineman to Columbus. Try and keep your clothes on while spending 5ish with us this a.m., 'Nutters! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this Buckeye Talk episode from cleveland.com, Doug Lesmerises, Nathan Baird and Stephen Means are joined by 100 text subscribers in a live Zoom to place Ohio State's win over Clemson in the Sugar Bowl in context.How does it compare to the 2002 national title game win over Miami? The 2014 semifinal win over Alabama? The No. 1 vs. No. 2 Michigan game in 2006? The 2017 fourth-quarterback comeback against Penn State? The guys get texter input, reveal vote totals from a survey and talk it out.Then it's on to Alabama and what the Clemson win means for this national title game showdown. Will OSU fans be OK if the Buckeyes don't beat Bama because the Clemson win was so cathartic? How many fans truly believe the Buckeyes should chase a national title every year? And if the Buckeyes do beat Alabama, will this be the greatest season in Ohio State history?Thanks for listening to another Buckeye Talk from cleveland.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We are already big fans of 2021. The year of course began with Ohio State's 49-28 beatdown of Clemson in the College Football Playoff at the Sugar Bowl on Friday. Steve Helwagen joins Dave Biddle to look back on that glorious game, look ahead to the national championship matchup with Alabama and more. All of that is coming your way on the Monday 5ish. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ohio State's 49-28 victory over Clemson in the Sugar Bowl pushed the Big Ten's bowl record to 3-1. That one loss came courtesy of the one team -- Indiana -- that felt it had been shoved into a lower bowl slot than it deserved. Nathan Baird, Doug Lesmerises and Stephen means discuss the Hoosiers' late-season whining and what the Big Ten's bowl performance says about 2021.Also, the Buckeye Talk crew discusses Cincinnati's bowl loss to Georgia and the Ohio State's early position as an 8-point underdog to Alabama in the national championship game. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this Buckeye Talk episode from cleveland.com, Doug Lesmerises, Nathan Baird and Stephen Means take 10 rapid fire questions from texters who were celebrating in the aftermath of Ohio State's Sugar Bowl win over Clemson. Plus, there were a couple drunk texts and some swear words aimed at Doug and Nathan for picking Clemson to win.Beyond that, texters asked about what a later Heisman date may have meant for Justin Fields; if Fields is the best OSU QB ever; how Ryan Day now ranks among head coaches in college football; if Ohio State has passed Clemson in the college football hierarchy; whether the Buckeyes will have any emotional energy left for Alabama; and if the Buckeyes can beat the Tide.Plus, some travel stories getting home from New Orleans and talk about Tom Herman getting fired at Texas and Jim Harbaugh nearing an extension at Michigan.Thanks for listening to Buckeye Talk. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
LaVar Arrington and T.J. Houshmandzadeh talk about how much Justin Fields helped his draft stock after a dominant performance in the Sugar Bowl over the Clemson Tigers. The guys explain why Trevor Lawrence will be drafted first overall regardless of postseason outcomes Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Drew and Aaron gear up for an awesome College Football Playoff weekend and preview all of the NY6 Bowl games on this episode of @PuntandPass pres. by @PrizePicks! #Florida laid an egg against #Oklahoma in the Cotton Bowl, should #Gator fans be worried? #Georgia gets ready for a battle against #Cincinnati in the Peach Bowl. #Bama takes on #NotreDame in the Rose Bowl. #Clemson gets a rematch against #OhioState from last year's semi in the Sugar Bowl. A few more picks to get you locked in for the weekend. Thanks for listening and please rate/review/subscribe!! #PuntandPass
On this Thursday Buckeye Talk Podcast from cleveland.com, Doug Lesmerises, Nathan Baird and Stephen Means dive into a live Zoom with text subscribers to preview Ohio State vs. Clemson in Friday's Sugar Bowl and to make their game picks for the Buckeyes vs. the Tigers. Tyler Shoemaker, the officially unofficial bookmaker of Buckeyes Talk, joins to talk about the 7.5-point line that has the Buckeyes as underdogs. Doug, Nathan and Stephen also make their picks for Alabama-Notre Dame and Cincinnati-Georgia.And everyone discusses which players, other than Trevor Lawrence and Justin Fields, could be the key to the game, with the nominations including Haskell Garrett, Marcus Williamson, Josh Proctor, Pete Werner and Trey Sermon.The game is almost here. The next Buckeye Talk Pod will be a postgame episode after Friday night's game. Thanks for listening to Buckeye Talk all season. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Peter Burns & Field Yates (in for Max) are joined by Mike Golic Jr. to discuss Peter randomly saying he'll get a "Mike Golic Jr. tattoo if Notre Dame wins on Friday". Is Urban Meyer a good fit in Jacksonville? Plus, breaking news from Clemson... Tony Elliott will be unavailable for the Sugar Bowl.
We're just days away from the College Football Playoff semi-finals. Ralph Russo of The Associated Press joins Bruce & Stew from New Orleans, the site of the Sugar Bowl between Clemson & Ohio State. The playoff continues to feature the same teams, is that a problem for the sport? Ralph says no matter how you feel about it, try to enjoy the great players on Alabama, Clemson, Notre Dame & Ohio State. Looking back, 2020 will go down as maybe the most unique season in the sports history. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this Wednesday Buckeye Talk podcast episode from cleveland.com, Doug Lesmerises, Nathan Baird and Stephen Means run through what they learned from Tuesday's Sugar Bowl interviews with Ohio State's defense and Clemson's offense.What does Clemson think of Pete Werner? Will the Clemson receivers have a better game against the Buckeyes this time? Is this a big test for first-year OSU defensive coordinator Kerry Coombs? And is Clemson the No. 1 recruiting rival for Ohio State? Plus, the guys run through ways in which the competitive balance in college football might be fixed, and whether they agree or disagree with some ideas on how to do it.The picks and preview pod is coming Thursday. Thanks for listening to Buckeye Talk. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this Tuesday Buckeye Talk episode from cleveland.com, Doug Lesmerises, Nathan Baird and Stephen Means run through what they learned after interviews Monday with Ohio State offensive players and Clemson defensive players as both teams continue to prepare for Friday's Sugar Bowl.Are the Buckeyes really ready to play their best game of the year against Clemson, and have they been playing down to competition? Did Dabo Swinney's ballot explanation about ranking Ohio State 11th actually make sense? How much did Garrett Wilson miss having Brian Hartline on the sideline at the Big Ten Championship and what will it mean that Hartline is back? How is Justin Fields' thumb and what does he think of how he has played lately? And do Ohio State and Clemson players view each other as rivals or not?All that and more on the latest Buckeye Talk. Thanks for listening. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Mark It Down Monday was a new addition to the daily Buckeye Talk rotation in 2020. We made our predictions on the outcome of the season, stat leaders, national awards, the Big Ten's coronavirus decisions -- basically every aspect of what could happen during the fall.We were wrong more often than we were correct, as you'll hear as we recap all of those decisions. Some were more wrong than others. For instance, Baron Browning fell a bit short of that 10-sack prediction. Justin Fields will not win the Heisman Trophy. On other topics, though, we had a good grasp on how the Buckeyes would perform.We're taking a small break from the pod, but come back bright and early for Monday Madness as we kick off a week of previewing the Buckeyes' playoff semifinal against Clemson at the Sugar Bowl. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.