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Josh Mandel: Ready to Reinforce Constitutional Conservatism

Mark Levin

01:33 min | 3 weeks ago

Josh Mandel: Ready to Reinforce Constitutional Conservatism

"What is it that you want to including ohioans about why they should support you if they haven't voted yet why they should vote for you If you'd like a reinforcement for Ted Cruz constitutional conservative reinforcement for Mike Lee constitutional conservative reinforcement for Jim Jordan constant constitutional conservative then I'm your guy As Mark said we need fighters in the U.S. Senate not down for Republican leadership Definitely not folks who are going to take near laid down for the radical left Schumer Pelosi Biden And also folks who don't want to be liked by the media then you should elect me Josh mandel to the U.S. Senate I'm not going to Washington to make friends I'm not going to Washington to get invited to the cocktail parties I'm not going to Washington by leaders or the Democrats I'm going there to stand up for the constitution I'm going there to stand up for our liberty for our freedoms given from God and if you like all of that and you believe in constitutional conservatism and you want fighters there with backbone and steel spine your guy and listen even if you don't live in Ohio wherever you're listening I'm sure you might have family or friends here in the Buckeye state Shoot them a text shoot them an email give them a call tonight Tell them you heard me on the great one on the Mark Levin show and ask them to vote for me tomorrow Josh

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President Trump Explains His Endorsement of J. D. Vance

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | Last month

President Trump Explains His Endorsement of J. D. Vance

"I want to play for you what president Trump said over the weekend. He had a big rally Saturday night in Ohio. Delaware county fairgrounds. And he was there on behalf of JD JD Vance. Now, JD Vance was a never trumper. He trash talked Trump early on, didn't want him, didn't like him. Listen to how president Trump explains his endorsement of JD Vance in the Ohio Senate race. I'm very pleased to introduce the man with by far the best chance to defeat the radical Democrat nominee for the U.S. Senate. This November. And you know what? You know what? He's a guy that said some bad about me. He did. But you know what? Every one or the others did also. In fact, if I went by that standard, I don't think I would have ever endorsed anybody in the country. They all said bad, but they all came back. But I will tell you, he was tough, but the others were tough and they all, a lot of them said, some really bad things. And ultimately, I put that aside, by the way, he's been like incredible in the last period of time, long period of time. And so have the others, for the most part, I guess in all cases, the others. But I have to do what I have to do. We have to pick somebody that could win. And this guy is, he's tough. He's smart. He's a former marine. He's a Yale educated lawyer, a great student, you know, went to Yale, got a law degree. He's a great student. He's a fearless maga fighter. He fights like crazy and he loves Ohio and he frankly, he's a great Buckeye. So what I'd like to do is ask JD Vance. Come

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Mike Gallagher Hates Primaries

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | Last month

Mike Gallagher Hates Primaries

"But I hate having to pick and choose among Republicans I like. I like Josh mandel in Ohio. I like JD Vance in Ohio. There's a lot of Republicans who are vying for a Senate seat in the Buckeye state. And there are Republicans who are scratching their heads over president Trump's endorsement of JD Vance. Now you know JD Vance. He's the guy that wrote hillbilly elegy. He's always on TV. Tucker loves him. He's on Fox News a lot. And he's much more of a populist America first Republican. The kind of Republican that I think great broadcasters like Mark Levin don't really like. I don't think Mark Levin is on board with JD Vance. I think he's a Josh mandel guy. But see, this is the problem. When we big mouths on the radio have to pick favorites or play favorites, then what do you do when your guy doesn't get the nod? I hate getting involved in primaries. I didn't do it in 2016 or 20 or at all. I was all on board with president Trump when he became the nominee. My policy in 2016 and I'm going to stick to it every election for the rest of my life. I'm not going to try to influence you over which Republican should be picked or should win because frankly, any Republican would be better than any Democrat. I can't think of any exception, including Tulsi gabbert, any Republican would be better than any Democrat.

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Ohio Voters Focused on Energy Policies

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:56 sec | Last month

Ohio Voters Focused on Energy Policies

"What is the sleeper issue? Is it fracking? Is it agriculture? Is it the water of Lake Erie that the other states want? What is the sleeper issue that national people like me who don't get back to the Buckeye state often enough are talking about? You know, more and more I'm hearing about energy. I was with a group of people last night, Ohio is a huge manufacturing state. People are starting to really recognize that our energy policies are not only failing us economically, but failing us in a national security standpoint. Ohioans, we've had over 80,000 Ukrainians here. They recognize that. Joe Biden's policies to make us energy policies that are attacking our oil and gas industry. We have over 250,000 jobs here in Ohio related to the oil and gas industry. So people are waking up to our energy policies that the Democrats have failed us on.

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Villanova back to Sweet 16 after 71-61 win over Ohio State

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Villanova back to Sweet 16 after 71-61 win over Ohio State

"Villanova and Houston advanced to the Sweet Sixteen in game one fifty Houston clamped down defensively to top four seed Illinois sixty eight fifty three Taji Moore went for twenty one points and seven rebounds for the Cougars Jamal should dropped in eighteen in the wind for Illinois Kofi Cockburn had nineteen in defeat in game two two seed Villanova held on to get by seven seed Ohio state seventy one sixty one Collin Gillespie with twenty points for the Wildcats Jermaine Samuels added seventeen for Villanova Malachi Branham had twenty three for the Buckeyes I'm Josh Rowntree

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Edwards scores 25 to power Houston past UAB in NCAA opener

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Edwards scores 25 to power Houston past UAB in NCAA opener

"No upsets Friday in the NC double a south region games in Pittsburgh seven seed Ohio state began the day with a fifty four forty one win over Loyola Chicago each in the delta sixteen points ten boards for the Buckeyes hopefully we came on and did a great job on the divas and great communication and I feel like we played as tonight play like underdogs got to keep playing like that because people make on this up big time so we're gonna same Isaac come next game will next face to see Villanova which one eighty sixty over Delaware Justin Moore with twenty one for the Wildcats four seed Illinois took its first lead with under a minute to go surviving an upset bid from Chattanooga fifty four fifty three Kofi Cockburn had seventeen points and thirteen boards Illinois next place number five Houston which took down you A. B. eighty two sixty eight Kyler Edwards dropped in twenty five I'm Josh Rowntree

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Ivey 3 in last second, No. 6 Purdue fends off No. 16 Ohio St

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Ivey 3 in last second, No. 6 Purdue fends off No. 16 Ohio St

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Jackson-Davis scores 27, Indiana shuts down No. 13 OSU 67-51

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

Jackson-Davis scores 27, Indiana shuts down No. 13 OSU 67-51

"The the Hoosiers Hoosiers held held number number thirteen thirteen Ohio Ohio state state to to twenty twenty one one second second half half points points in in twenty twenty six six percent percent shooting shooting in in a a sixty sixty seven seven fifty fifty one one win win are are you you forward forward trayce trayce Jackson Jackson Davis Davis was was on on fire fire all all night night with with twenty twenty seven seven points points and and twelve twelve rebounds rebounds coming coming off off that that Penn Penn state state game game that that we we need need when when we we need need one one bat bat and and so so it's it's just just the the preparation preparation this this week week I I thought thought we we had had a a great great week week of of practice practice coming coming off off that that game game we we had had a a little little sit sit down down as as a a team team we we figured figured some some things things out out and and we're we're locked locked in in from from start start to to finish finish we we play play harder harder than than them them tonight tonight and and I I think think it it showed showed the the Hoosiers Hoosiers held held the the Buckeyes Buckeyes top top scorer scorer E. E. J. J. Lovell Lovell to to eleven eleven points points in in snapping snapping a a four four game game Ohio Ohio state state winning winning streak streak and and handing handing the the Buckeyes Buckeyes their their first first conference conference loss loss Indiana Indiana is is now now eleven eleven three three Tom Tom McCabe McCabe Bloomington Bloomington Indiana Indiana

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No. 7 Ohio State beats No. 10 Utah 48-45 in wild Rose Bowl

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

No. 7 Ohio State beats No. 10 Utah 48-45 in wild Rose Bowl

"In in a a Rose Rose Bowl Bowl classic classic Ohio Ohio state state defeated defeated Utah Utah forty forty eight eight forty forty five five in in the the game game that that saw saw twelve twelve touchdowns touchdowns the the outcome outcome was was decided decided on on a a field field goal goal by by Noah Noah Ruggles Ruggles with with nine nine seconds seconds left left in in a a record record smashing smashing performance performance Buckeyes Buckeyes quarterback quarterback CJ CJ Stroud Stroud threw threw for for five five hundred hundred seventy seventy three three yards yards and and six six touchdowns touchdowns Jackson Jackson Smith Smith and and Jacob Jacob and and Marvin Marvin Harrison Harrison junior junior each each had had three three scoring scoring receptions receptions Utah Utah playing playing in in its its first first Rose Rose Bowl Bowl game game scored scored thirty thirty five five first first half half points points but but only only ten ten in in the the second second half half mark mark Myers Myers Pasadena Pasadena California California

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Ohio State ices out No. 1 Duke in final minutes, wins 71-66

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Ohio State ices out No. 1 Duke in final minutes, wins 71-66

"Ohio Ohio state state held held top top ranked ranked Duke Duke scoreless scoreless over over the the final final four four and and a a half half minutes minutes completing completing a a rally rally from from a a fifteen fifteen point point second second half half deficit deficit in in at at seventy seventy one one sixty sixty six six victory victory for for the the Buckeyes Buckeyes said said Keith Keith scored scored a a career career high high twenty twenty points points get get stops stops on on defense defense on on you you know know your your diligence diligence from from points points so so you you know know we we are are set set to to tighten tighten up up our our defense defense and and get get stops stops you you know know we we did did that that and and we we got got the the W. W. E. E. J. J. Lovell Lovell hit hit two two free free throws throws with with one one of of six six remaining remaining giving giving the the five five into into Buckeyes Buckeyes their their first first lead lead since since early early in in the the first first half half Lindell Lindell finished finished with with fourteen fourteen points points eleven eleven rebounds rebounds for for the the Buckeyes Buckeyes Wendell Wendell Moore Moore junior junior had had a a team team high high seventeen seventeen points points for for the the blue blue devils devils who who moved moved up up to to number number one one in in the the poll poll by by defeating defeating Gonzaga Gonzaga over over the the weekend weekend I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Michigan moves into top 4 of CFP rankings; coachless Irish 6

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

Michigan moves into top 4 of CFP rankings; coachless Irish 6

"The the latest latest CFP CFP rankings rankings still still have have Georgia Georgia on on top top now now followed followed by by Michigan Michigan Alabama Alabama in in Cincinnati Cincinnati the the Crimson Crimson Tide Tide will will take take on on the the Bulldogs Bulldogs in in the the SEC SEC championship championship game game on on Saturday Saturday Michigan Michigan goes goes against against Iowa Iowa for for the the big big ten ten crown crown and and Cincinnati Cincinnati will will host host Houston Houston in in the the AAC AAC title title game game the the Wolverines Wolverines moved moved up up with with Saturday's Saturday's forty forty two two twenty twenty seven seven win win over over Ohio Ohio state state dropping dropping the the Buckeyes Buckeyes from from the the top top four four Oklahoma Oklahoma state state will will be be fifth fifth going going into into its its big big twelve twelve championship championship game game against against Baylor Baylor Notre Notre Dame Dame is is now now six six followed followed by by Ohio Ohio state state Mississippi Mississippi Baylor Baylor in in Oregon Oregon I'm I'm the the ferry ferry

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College Football Playoff picks after Week 12

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 6 months ago

College Football Playoff picks after Week 12

"Coming into the game Ohio state was ranked number four in the college football playoff rankings Michigan state was number seven in looking to show it deserve better but by half time it was already no contest Buckeye quarterback CJ Stroud had thrown six touchdowns we had a great week of practice the preparation they did some good things on defense so we knew we had to be prepared for and really everything that we thought we were going to do without a doubt so it was good just to come out there and execute a high level by the end Ohio state had registered a fifty six to seven blow out in addition to the sixties style too for four hundred and thirty two yards and positioned himself as perhaps the

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Stroud throws 5 TD passes, No. 6 Ohio State routs Purdue

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Stroud throws 5 TD passes, No. 6 Ohio State routs Purdue

"Moving to nine and one on the season the number four ranked Ohio State Buckeyes dominated the nineteenth ranked Purdue Boilermakers fifty nine to thirty one at home Ohio state after one half lead forty five to seventeen scoring on their first aid offense of Dr Gerry Wilson in his first game back from injury collected ten receptions for a hundred twenty six dollars and a fifty one yard rushing touchdown on a jet sweep as well Ohio state quarterback CJ scribes also terrific throwing five touchdown my job is to sit back there and deliver them also I mean when they get to play fast and and then go do the things so on the off line on the fly with we go better is often spotted at despite the loss of your car make a no call for Purdue played well during the nearly four hundred yards and four touchdowns Maxwell Kongolo miss Ohio

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No. 17 Buckeyes need late layup to beat Akron 67-66

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 7 months ago

No. 17 Buckeyes need late layup to beat Akron 67-66

"Akron was poised to knock off an Ohio rival before said key drained a layup in the final seconds giving seventeenth ranked Ohio state a sixty seven sixty six triumph over the zips E. jail Adele carried the Buckeyes with twenty five points and eleven rebounds he was the only other Buckeye to score in double figures finishing with fourteen Akron got back in the game after trailing by eight at halftime Ali Ali converted a four point play to put the zips up sixty six sixty five with six seconds left Ali had a team high seventeen points one more than K. J. Walton I'm Dave Ferrie

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No. 6 Buckeyes hang on to win 26-17 over struggling Huskers

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

No. 6 Buckeyes hang on to win 26-17 over struggling Huskers

"CJ Stroud threw for four hundred five yards and two touchdowns but C. F. P. number five Ohio state needed a couple of late stops to preserve a win at Nebraska twenty six seventeen strat completed thirty six of fifty four passes but threw two interceptions after having gone four straight games without being picked off of course we had two turnovers which were blaming my fault but I mean I feel other than that we played really well definitely we gotta start executing and finishing drives a few but I mean for the most part of filling his office Ripley will the Buckeyes entered the game with the nation's leading offense but it managed just two field goals in the second half as she was eight one overall and six in one of the big ten following its twenty fourth straight league win I'm the ferry

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Henderson, No. 5 Ohio State hold off No. 20 Penn State 33-24

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 7 months ago

Henderson, No. 5 Ohio State hold off No. 20 Penn State 33-24

"The number five ranked Ohio State Buckeyes picked up a hard fought thirty three to twenty four victory over the twentieth ranked Penn state Nittany lions Ohio state's treatment Henderson struggled much in the first half the thing is with a hundred fifty two yards rushing touchdown Ohio state quarterback CJ Stroud passed for three hundred five yards and three touchdowns a thirty eight yard strike to Chris lobbying in the first half Penn state's Sean Clifford threw for three hundred sixty one yards through the air but two turnovers one of which was a former covered by a high state and returned for a touchdown Maxwell come Columbus Ohio

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No. 5 Ohio St extends streak with 54-7 blowout at Indiana

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 7 months ago

No. 5 Ohio St extends streak with 54-7 blowout at Indiana

"Ohio state's explosive offense was on full display in a fifty four to seven win at Indiana running back Trey Veon Henderson had three touchdowns in the Buckeyes total three hundred fifty two passing yards quarterback CJ Stroud passed for four touchdowns Ohio state has won five straight games by an average margin of forty one points and is now six and one overall and foreign in the big ten Indiana has lost three straight and falls to a win for the conference Tom McCabe Bloomington Indiana

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Stroud throws 5 TDs, No. 7 Buckeyes bury Maryland 66-17

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 8 months ago

Stroud throws 5 TDs, No. 7 Buckeyes bury Maryland 66-17

"On homecoming weekend the number seven ranked Ohio State Buckeyes beat down the visiting Maryland Terrapins sixty six to seventeen the first eight offense to drive through high state resulted in eight straight touchdowns Ohio state quarterback CJ Stroud was superb totaling four hundred six yards passing and four touchdowns but to make it really helped me in the model line does a great job of keeping publicly she was a great job of crazy separation ties are great are blocking a person's original one basketball will I mean I just have to do my job my part senior wide receiver Chris Alabi piece together seven receptions a hundred twenty yards and two touchdowns on the day including an incredible thirty yard touchdown catch in tight coverage midway through the third quarter Ohio state's defense also contributed their fourth consecutive game with the pick six Maxwell Cohn Columbus Ohio

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"buckeyes " Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"buckeyes " Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Quiet, numbskull broadcasting think it's Yeah, Georgia, the homos. See Trent Rosecrans? I think they need more dogs. They don't need to cats. The cats are in Lexington. They need the dogs and Georgia. Hyuga. They need Aga. The Buckeyes named more nuts know the Buckeyes need need to play. That's my point. Bingo. Carry combs get ahold of us yet or not. He has not called. I think he's afraid. I think he's a little busy. Yes, he's you know, he could break the news to us that their plan I want to know when the Buckeyes have no nuts. Well, they don't have no don't corner. They don't have no Cornhuskers. They don't have nothing else either, or Wolverines or nothing. Bangles play. Brown's play Dare party only play, but I don't play our big 10 and the CPS. That's it. Well throw in the beacon of that pack ate the Pac 10, the Pac 12 with the along weekend. I noticed that the park Well lit up the scoreboard Friday night against Taylor 45 35. I want a battle. Not with somebody. Somebody I'm not sure, Taylor. Hell in 10 0. I took Tony Pike Bob hope, but he gave me the park Plus 3.5. On a hot fudge sundae. Tony Pike. Where's the Sunday Saint Ex won the Battle of North Bend Road over LaSalle..

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"buckeyes " Discussed on SportsEpreneur Podcast

SportsEpreneur Podcast

06:30 min | 2 years ago

"buckeyes " Discussed on SportsEpreneur Podcast

"It. You get stronger as a result of it. It's just frustrating. Because you don't have that moment back but you gotta move on you got to move on and you gotTa do amazing things. And you've done amazing things and now you're you're with Ohio State and director. Keith be key Buckeye Social Entrepreneurship program. And there's a lot going on and that and I want you to talk to us a little bit about. What are you doing with Social Entrepreneurship at Ohio State University so director of Kiki Buckeye Hose Entrepreneurship program? He actually played football here in the eighties at her. And we cover the ankle injury. Actually stop that football. But he now owns K. Became agnes pregnancy over there right now. The number one minority the company in the Midwest is not the country and he actually made a gift of a million dollars to supply at the university in order to build a program like this so essentially what I do a director and that number one I put on programs highlighting different social entrepreneurs acuity whether it be Columbus Columbus and Ohio. Right now so that. We're not exposed to social entrepreneurs but I also go out there and I find students who have business ideas so that we can go ahead and put them through workshops and put them through almost an exhilarating to the point where they can go and pitch their idea and find a group of us and then we're actually going to be able to give them from the seed money for that started using some anywhere between twenty and fifty thousand dollars we would be giving a stoops. That's amazing yeah and now our students. Obviously you're awesome mackey talk about. He was a entrepreneur tight playing football a lot. Amazing things is his program. Are you guys involved with some of the things that he was doing when he was obviously now? He's eligible for the draft but our players from the program is well involved with this at times would often actually a few times a year from amazing argues that I'm gonNA share 'cause I WANNA make sure I get it but he's been doing some amazing days of great ideas and they actually had a relationship with Mr Key. San KEEP branding. He so he's actually sticky for a while now but some plays my football team as well as through a few different Track accurate that I met with it added from business businesses. So WanNa meet with students and or students will just sit down and tell me the business idea and I kind of helped them work through the stage. Show the beginning everything together. Make sure to give a business line developed from there. I tell them with a mentor. Who can help them to the business level? So it's a lot of fun to work with. Student athletes the other thing that we have figured out right now when it comes to start up money. 'cause obviously it's available to any student. But if he were to get money to a student athlete we'd have to look into. Ncaa rules whatnot. She's again wireless things but you silly but a good not to make sure you're doing that but also think experienced skier experience laughing. I'm already thinking about those out in time. So I think that helps especially being in mobile games. Student athletes are great especially now. They're already thinking outside the box. I mean at this point I think what twenty one or twenty twenty three. We'll be able to use the likeness if you look at their social media accounts whether it'd be taught instagram. To whatever it is that he's going to be able to make money off of that she's Manso. I think it's amazing. Time to be an entrepreneur plus evening student athlete because you are going to make money off of year you energy like this but at the same time you're gonna be able to build your brand to where you want it to be so that's definitely. GonNa help that transition where you may not be playing football basketball running tried baseball whatever sport. Maybe he may not be doing that anymore. But you have built your brand up to a point where you have following Say Five hundred thousand or a million people this he would do whatever you WANNA do. You have family that point. You're an influences because you have to follow we saw at this you'll have companies not saying. Hey I want to our page or I want to send you a box. Foods closed can give me a shot. Initial people. Follow this link. This point allow to create to create a reverend with the national wild- through them so I'm excited for reform and just do about then. That aren't thinking about that yet. They need to start doing that because I was going to be here quoting now. So be sure absolutely and even if it takes a couple years from here to figure that thing out I mean. They're still building their following their building. Their brand. It's no different than walking down the sidewalk and seen someone they recognize. The football players Vassallo players right and just a smile can go a long way in in no different than someone messaging. Someone make a post about you on instagram. It's positive right in that. Respond back to them like just. You don't even realize what an Emoji Smiley face could do to that kid in that's there forever and because you've just you've built a fan and so even if you can't monetize it today as you know it's the long game is thing is going to be around for a long time and so you build that out in your background with football with Ohio state and seeing know. That's one of the things that drew me to. You obviously be doing those things but then entrepreneurship at Ohio State and obviously not sure myself and an understanding like what you can do all in college and if you have a university like Ohio State University supporting you in that. It's just it's an amazing opportunity and experience that you can have and and to have their you're there and you have credible background stories in well-spoken to to share these things so it's an important role you play in. I'm glad you brave to share stories about playing football when as a kid and come to our state and trussell in all the Games you played in the transition from football to to what you're doing now it's amazing man and I appreciate the time and the energy and the influence that you have and I appreciate it. Thank you out here. Not being really stink for one of my favorite things about our sports preneurs. Content platform is the opportunity to chat with amazing people in and around the world of sports. 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"buckeyes " Discussed on SportsEpreneur Podcast

SportsEpreneur Podcast

10:46 min | 2 years ago

"buckeyes " Discussed on SportsEpreneur Podcast

"When this house thank but I. I'm pretty sure it's professional. Whatever may be the best way I can find what happens. Take Superman for example men had superpowers. He strong you know x Ray Vision Super Fast right and then all of a sudden one day saying it's all stripped from him was he's just Clark Kent and he has the powers that he's trying to figure out okay. Mike like right now for that one moment. Everyone was screaming my made and he wanted to hang out with them. And now this important and our this knows that and now all of a sudden shift away from you and then even from Ohio state aspect on turn on the TV watch for house. They play in the fall after I got done playing. And they're someone else wearing my number and they go. This is weird. I'm just here I don't know what to do. It has more so a mental thing because you could be prepared financially. You can be prepared physically. It doesn't matter it may be but mentally something stripped from and you have to figure out who you are and how many people do well the pet. I have teenagers struggling with it. I think for me I went through the transition prom the year. Twenty twelve twenty thirteen and I'll still dealing with the days on fourteen fifteen but it wasn't my super super bad but I have to make sure that you have a coach to get you do are you can sit there and really talk about what's going on. 'cause there's a lot of times where people just sit there and they suffering violence that they're the only people that have ought to this transition but reality. I want to transition Teammates went through the transition. And all you have to do is reach out to us and you can help you walk through this whole process. You'll have to buy so we get it that your week. It's not that she news which isn't fake. They're real feeling these a rhythm ocean we get it. We can help walking through rich where you're not trying to prosecute by yourself so get. I try this and realize their need. Something set out whether the on high school level college level at a phone number to Whiz people able to you know go talk about these things whether it be counseling or and or a life coach. Whatever it might be this was GONNA BE SETUP. Became that transition something that unfortunately not many people can people making. Some people. Don't enforce making out mess where you people who develop habits and or that's where the whole suicide thing comes on don't really are. They can't function without. It can seem important Israel. We touched on it briefly mental health. It's exactly yet I mean people deal with it in different walks. I remember getting out of college. I didn't play college sports right. I mean I did but not that level rate in school. And you're thinking I'd rather be in school right now. I'd rather be doing that. I don't want to do this and it's not a fun experience and you're like you said you're not alone in that. I heard Grant Wiley West. Virginia's leading tackle in the history of West Virginia. He said when I laughed and I was done with school. My cool factor ran out very fast. And he's like people who have taken any call from me he's like. I couldn't get anybody on the phone anymore. He's like bow was an easily leading tap on the history that program and not to say that they left him and he's still obviously a big part of me just in general people outside of the program. And it's it's a tough thing that you have to deal with her than any athlete has to deal with. I'm glad that mental health is being talked about more that you can talk to people in here thing listening to. I'm not saying this episodes of case of mental health is just but if someone were to hear you say what you just talked about or here. This whole conversation might help them out in their process wherever they might be. Maybe there an athlete. That's GONNA be transition at some point. Maybe they already have in their thinking through it. That is why this stuff exists. I remember and I've told the story before that people have listened to this but on two thousand eleven we had a third child and one month into her being born and she was in great health. She was in the hospital for a week and walking into that. My wife called me up. She said they sent us to the Er to the hospital. She got checked in and therefore we remember if you sleep on a couch next to where your baby is in a hospital little mess you up man like it wasn't good. I didn't feel good. Feel right after anyway. Fast forward a little bit in my company changed things are happening and I wanted to start my own business and you know I really had started reading and listening and thinking a lot more but came to realize how important just even podcast were. And I'm not saying it has to be like upbeat positive stuff it could be. Anything is stuff. That's interesting. Do you stuff that you think about? It could be a novel. Could be whatever that is because what happens is you start talking to yourself and when you start talking yourself in a negative stuff or allowing maybe night talking yourself. You're allowing something else. Something else who knows what that is to talk to you and maybe make you feel worse. Then you gotta deal with its. I realize how important podcasting was I realized important reading was writing creating those types of things to a point where I wanted to start doing it myself. That's sports for Noor. Came from his said. I want to create something and maybe I have something to offer. Maybe the offer is just to me. I always think it's like when I say these things even when you say what you're saying a lot of it is still self talk. It's reminding yourself where you've been reminding yourself of that. You can get through these different things so it's like I'm not an here and I'm no expert by it but I've lived it and if I can share it and it holds me accountable to those things. That's what I'm GonNa do if along the way it helps someone else. Maybe it helps my kids. Maybe it helps someone at my company. Maybe it helps the conversation. I'm having with who knows what that is. That is why the stuff exists. And so one on. I kept on going forward. I'm like well. I'm listening to these PODCASTS. Can I create a podcast? Who's GonNa Listen to me? I might sound stupid. My Friends Will Latham. It'll be funny but it'll be like I can't do that. Well then he started doing it. And then when you have. Kinda know what you're talking about or at least have to be willing to share stuff like you were sharing sharing. You have to be willing to share those things and it helps. It helps someone else. You say well. I'll contribute to that al-Qaeda podcast if good things come from that related to business so be and that'll be great and of course we all have to make money. We have to do things. We have to pay bills. But if you do enough of those good things I do think good stuff can happen. Bad stuff can happen to but good stuff can happen. And that's why I think it's important to create those things because hearing you tell these different stories it is important. It's important even if it's just players on the colonel highest team listen to it or players. Are People students at your high school or whoever that? You're impacting people at the Social Entrepreneurship program at Ohio. State here at these things matter. These stories matter. It's going to impact people more than we can ever imagine. It's kind of like when you refer back to coach Hazel and said key didn't realize maybe perhaps the impact he was having on you and it's not for him to now recognize that. It's the fact that it happened and I think that's incredibly important. That's why I would say you had mentioned before. Like creating a podcast. Yes absolutely just share these stories. These stories matter. People want to hear it. If it's not if it's just kids it could be like my son who grew up in Enid House. They started high school right but he likes Ohio state. He likes watching Buckeye football. And it's like well. Here's a story from someone who played there around the time you were being burned and hear his stories here at this is all about because I think it will relate and I think it's just again I just think it's important to that. I mean I appreciate you sharing those stories because we're GONNA continue to run into these things as we keep going. My wife has had health issues. Diagnosis ILIAC disease and going through these things. And so it's like as her husband. I have to be there. I have to think through that stuff. So these types of conversations in a way help with that. So why would I wanNA continue to have it? And it's just it's a great opportunity to even chat with you but I do appreciate you sharing those stories because it matters and people are dealing with it I mean. Life is the buckeyes incredible thing. I can't imagine what it's like to walk out into the horseshoe right in front of all those fans or maybe even walk out in the big house or whatever it is where in the scarlet and grey. What if you think back to it like I? You're at the game. I know that was a loss but that was a crazy environment. Like is that the craziest. You've ever seen the shoe or is there another environment that you're in whether it was just not always nuts right but you in two thousand nine? After she was crying. Instate a Shoe Bananas Tang. I'm trying to think what other games by Penn state were out there and having valley a maybe a big house with the big house jobs on the plan but I'm seeing was quiet. I mean it was cool to see. It wasn't my most exciting. I wouldn't book Holland. Fiamma Outta your seems like that. Was maybe wind up losing not one by bad but Reuben. Usc Squad went to the NFL was ridiculous. Tanya Clay Mac with even starting so slow messed up like being out there and see that stadium seeing the environment looking overseeing in Washington on the sideline. I'm like what did what did she. Where am I really life right here? That was crazy but the shoes happy valley and then even like my freshman year first time running out and she I last. I'll tell you about the first time the last week now for the first time ducks house. They post game of the year. I just remember running out seeing all these people know saying we have a pretty big crowd specially like during the playoffs or nation got. That's one of our rivals like this and some different other job. Saudi and the stadium my freshman year. I gang run out there and I just remember seeing all the fans and I just remember thinking to myself. I don't trip big if I do not fall running at night floating and I had no control who labors look around by. Wow this train to go from that. And my year Penn State's about eleven just seeing the stadium in a different light. It was on the saying by. I'd say goodbye is something that I've known for the past five years so sad saying I was the person who always broke the huddle whenever we wanted to go off from kickoff. Can I remember trying to go out? But I couldn't get the words out like fightback to go to Tom last time for the beginning of the game at the shoe is very emotional but I will say a house dating me easily when everyone is type. Big Primetime game is the best in the playing that night. Yeah nighttime dust. One kind of remember. I didn't play his game. But Oh fix state. Michigan Game Wanders to on the aircrew but seeing.

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"buckeyes " Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"buckeyes " Discussed on WTVN

"Basketball Buckeyes are back in action Saturday against Indiana this O. S. U. basketball update is brought to you by Alcatel if a medical mistake because you injury call one eight hundred I'll go I'll owe us you host I you at the shot tomorrow at noon but guys haven't played since last Sunday a seventy one fifty nine when at northwestern head coach Chris Holtmann says he's not thrilled his team had five days off I probably would have liked to have played right away to be honest with you I think anytime you feel like you're taking a little bit of a step forward in some areas you know you'd like to carry that momentum and play as immediately as possible DJ carton led the Buckeyes with seventeen points in that win over the Wildcats on Thursday the freshman point guard announced he's taking a temporary leave from the team to focus on his mental health card is third on the team in points per game Chris Holman says DJ has the team's full support on the ice Saturday in buffalo the blue jackets battle the Sabres at one PM CBJ are off to Montreal to play the Canadian Sunday afternoon at two heading into Friday the team owns the first wild card spot in the Eastern Conference and in soccer crew S. C. has traded will trapped into Miami FC trap had been with the team since being drafted out of Akron in twenty thirteen crew I see open the regular season on Sunday March first at my free stadium against NYC FC from the central Ohio Honda dealer sports desk Eric research newsradio six ten WTVN I'm Alison why answer rain and snow mix slightly ten nights a low of thirty one a possible rain and snow makes again tomorrow an afternoon high of forty one currently it's thirty three degrees this report is sponsored by the soccer benefit plan a small business owners save big with the sock.

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"buckeyes " Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"buckeyes " Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"Trevor Lawrence had one of his worst games throwing the ball completing fifty four percent of of his passes eighteen to thirty three. He was four of thirteen over ten yards. He was twelve. Twelve behind. Line of scrimmage or under ten yards in the middle of the field so really he completed some easy ones some stuff decent attacking the linebackers but really didn't throw the ball. Where Shit anywhere else? Justin Ross was targeted. Eleven Times he was one for six over ten yards. Five hundred ten yards four. Those behind the line of scrimmage so safe to say Justin Ross got shut down t higgins targeted seven. Sometimes now granted. He missed a lot of the first half with a concussion protocol. But he's two of five past the line. Scrimmage zero targets downfield over twenty yards. Clemson could not move the line of scrimmage and that was a testament to the three inside D. Lineman that played outstanding leaders Jay Sean Cornell and Dave on Hamilton but but all in all heartbreaking for the buckeyes absolutely heartbreaking. And you could blame officiating all you want. You can talk talk about any call. All you want as the Miami hurricanes how that goes the moral of the story is when you have the ball in your hands at the end of the game you have to win it. Clemson did Ohio state didn't period. You can bitch about anything else you want. The game is GONNA to come down to a drive at the end. And you have to seal the victory. Trevor Lawrence. Did Justin feels did not that is. Why clemson won the game? Not because of any zebras not because of any officiating. Hard pill to swallow. That shit happens. That's part of the game. When you control what you can control you? Go Out and win the game but hope you enjoyed the analysis really really sick for the Buckeyes. Obviously a lot of close ties to the program a lot of close ties to the players. A lot of close ties to the coaching staff so heartbreaking. I really felt like they were the best in the country but I did know that those are the best teams in the country. They were GonNa play and whoever came out in my opinion is going to win the National Championship. But we'll talk about that more next week. It really excited about our next episode later this week have a special guest coming on hopefully still working to finalize it someone to kind of give us some insight into the locker room after the championship or the playoff game. kind of the whole season really reflect on his career. So so we'll get you more info on that going to be Thursday and then now really excited about the new patriots stuff. We've got going had to revamp it kind of went stale. It was my fault. But we're reenergized. Revamping it and we're GONNA make it so much better than it ever was before. So thank you for tuning in if you're interested in advertising sponsorship. Please reach out Zack Z.. A. C. H.. AT MENACE MENACE TO SOCIETY PODCASTS DOT COM. Thank you for listening. Thank you for tuning in hope. You enjoyed it and as we say if you didn't.

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"buckeyes " Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

12:53 min | 2 years ago

"buckeyes " Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"Tony Elliott and dabble. Sweeney did was get him involved in the past game one way or another and did quick screen. He hits the seem like no one else in America could have Aaron Browning. Couldn't get their CLEMSON. Takes the lead twenty one six and now we are in a dog fight. The very next play. Ohio state tries to hit a huge plate Austin Mac and it should have been picked off by dairy and Kendrick Great Coverage. And here's this is just a personal pet peeve. We never ran them when I was at Ohio. State House runs them now and they've had success so you know to each their own. Oh but here's why I hate the Route Austin Mak ran. He ran it perfectly. He could have done nothing better. It's an NFL comeback. Where you're selling a go route? You hit the brakes and and you turn to the outside and the ball has to be thrown outside my issue with it is is if the corner plays it well and is a great corner and plays great coverage there is nothing the receiver can do because he's turning away from the corner. What I like is to pivot plan where you turn inside to the corner and and then drop out to the sideline why because now you're facing the corner and if he plays great coverage you can get a throw by you can use your hands to create separation? That's just me. Although that's why I don't like them but like I said they've had success with them on this interesting during Kendrick had great coverage and he should have picked it off the D. J. K. Dobbins get stuffed clemson schemes up the seven-man pass pro which you saw in the second half great adjustment by them. What they were doing was they started bringing pressure to the tight and in running back or in six mam pro bringing pressure to the running back because when you have a tight end are running back in protection? The offensive line is going to slide opposite opposite of him. There's ways to combat this but Ohio state didn't so if you bring a blitz to the running back you can overload the past pro and get a guy free and that's what they did. They schemed it up. They blitzed the back and they get home in clubs. He gets the ball back and they still can't get travis. Going Barron. Browning is sideline to sideline monster. He didn't play great but he can really run very impressive. They were trying to get travis. At the end. On the perimeter riveter Barron Browning is running him down and then they go third down and chase young though he didn't record of sack. He made an impact in this game. Make no mistake. He Forces Trevor. He beats the tackle forces is Trevor Lawrence to step up and Dave von Hamilton beasts. His way up the middle to bring trevor down and then it happened. The play that will be talked about for for Decades Third Nineteen Trevor Lawrence completes about adjusts in Ross and after three steps with possession. Jeff Okuda rips the ball out Jordan Fuller scoops the fumble stiff arms travis. Ettienne dies into the end zone. Buckeyes are going to be up twenty three twenty one. We all know. That didn't happen though Terry. mcaulay a longtime rivalry and rules expert. He is he's actually on on commentating commentating. NFL Games the next day came out and said there's absolutely no way. Replay should have reversed indisputable video. Evidence is simply not there. Here's my issue. Replay play is designed to overturn a call. If if there is indisputable video evidence that the wrong call was made. It doesn't matter if the call was questionable or a close call it has to be completely wrong and be able to be proven on video and it was not what you could argue. Both outcomes and I can see an argument for both outcomes but what you cannot argue is that there is no way upon upon further review. That the wrong call was made. That is why they blew the call. It should have stood as called touchdown. Buckeyes and my guy. I've known him since I was in the SEC. Ken Williamson Reverie Ken Williamson Head Ref. You know if you see a picture of you know Google he said we. We had a lot of good looks on it. We put on fast motion slow motion. The player did not complete the process of the catch so therefore the pass was incomplete after the video instant replay in the stadium as well as back at the video center they both looked at it. Slow and fast and they determined when he moved the ball was becoming loose in his hands and he did not complete the process of the catch. Bullshit that's not what happened. And you had no authority to overturn that call. The reality is in my opinion. Had they called it incomplete on the field. They couldn't overturned that call either because the video. CEO Evidence doesn't show either. It shows a questionable call. It shows a questionable situation and whatever was called on the field should stand but make no mistake. That's not wild house they lost was it impactful. Yes does it matter. Yes but that shit happens in football you can bitch all you y you can blame it all you want. There's eighteen other reasons that Ohio state should have won the game and it was things that they control is to tell my players all the time in Ohio. The state you heard him in the post game press conference you have to control what you can control shit like that's GonNa happen but when it comes down to it you a win or lose a game on the play that you control the outcome no one else. No referee no defender you control it. JK Dobbins makes two catches. We're not talking about it. So they get the ball back with great field position anyways. On second down they get a match up on the inside fade he has a step point Kendrick and Justin feels under throws it case in point then on third down. Just a feels gets pressured. Isaiah Simmons is playing. What seemed to be oppo safety? The cornerback blitzes simmons roles to the hash to play a half field safety. What's called to fire and in reads fields builds as he completely stares down Ben? Victor and Cecil's the interception feels never looked off. Simmons never took his eyes anywhere but on victor he he brought him right to the throw and the kid made a great play. And that's why he's one of the best defensive players in college. Football is a linebacker. This plan posts safety sometimes rush end. He's playing all three levels and he's really good. So hindsight twenty twenty. You make a great throw K.. J. Hill we're not talking about how they still we'll get six points via fumble or via pass game doesn't matter then clubs he gets the ball. Can't get a damn thing going Aaron Brown and comes up with a huge third down sack of force upon the momentum's you know how states favored despite the call while states. Moving the ball thrown take clemson they get to third and four and a lava has a false start. Then the line picks up a four man twist off of a simulated pressure. Look that we talked about about last episode fields. JK on a check down to move the chains. The next play first and ten they go take a shot downfield clemson brings a blitz and J K dozen unbelievable unbelievable job tracking and picking up the middle linebacker on the blitz. It was unbelievable. It's been bitching about all year. It was his quintessential central play. It was the play that no one will talk about. No one noticed except for me probably that you said that's what I'm talking about J K. That's a guy who is going GonNa do anything to win the National Championship and win this playoff right now. He does a phenomenal job. Go back and watch it but just in fields get skittish doesn't sit in the pocket. FREAKS freaks out ends up losing his footing for a SEC. He had great pass pro. It was just an all out blitz. Great Pass Bro by the old line. Great Pasco scope row by. JK results in a sack happen then. Second fifteen he worked a pocket like a magician finds bend victory for the first down the end up moving the chains again then get stopped on third and four bringing up fourth in to talk about. Why Ryan is the best in the country? Talk about an aggressive call talk about why Buckeye fans should be overjoyed an ecstatic with WHO is driving the ship in Columbus they knew venables would blitz. They knew it would be zero coverage. They knew they wanted Chris. Alavi on the shop play to take advantage of it. It was this scenario Israel that they knew they would get one on one with him in the slot. They had no guarantee in any other scenario that they could get one they were looking for four and two they knew knew they had it. And it is a risk. But it hit and it hit huge Alavi unopposed for a touchdown. Buckeyes up twenty. Three twenty one clemson gets the ball and Trevor Lawrence strikes again. Maliki Harrison is out of position doesn't cover his gap and trevor runs. Hits a big run. They'll have states past events. Pru Stellar Zeller again forcing three plays a pun. So House they get the ball back they start the drive with a movement. Pass in Austin Mac. It's absolutely we tackled for a holding call and again the stat line doesn't show it Austin mcadoo phenomenal game. You WanNa talk about momentum. Watch the difference. In the line scrimmage with nine fifty four left in the game the beginning of the second half Clinton was kicking Ohio states. Asked at the line of scrimmage. What on this first down? Run the Ohio state offense Pennsylvan- knocks CLEMSON's front seven seven yards off the ball. JK stumbles for a gain of twelve. Wasn't a great run. He probably could have gotten more out of it. But what Ohio state has now taken back the momentum upfront then. Ohio state goes for a knockout punch attempts to take a shot record. And Jacob Jacob get beat but just in fields off his mark this is the seven man. Pro here's what happens in past pro there when I was at Ohio. State there used to be an ex- on the field. That was where the quarterback was supposed to be standing and everyone's job was to protect the X.. And on this play justin fields was about three yards to the right of the ex. You can't ask a tight end running back to block a a pressure when you're not where you're supposed to be. He really screwed him over on that play and then second. twenty-one fields throws a pick pick ave was held in stopped so I think it's a free ten yards and a first down. They run a counter J. case on first down. JK slips. Wyatt Davis Brennan born to a poor job and they're double team and it stopped for a one on your game a few uneventful plays and then just in fields finds Austin Mac again for a big first downs pickup on second eight in Clemson's territory. The run game sputters. JK misses a big cut on second down to four thirty and five and Ryan. Day calls a screened Austin Mac if poorly timed up. Austin can't make the cut off a wide Davis is blocked and get the first down and the Buckeyes Electa punt and win the game with their defense call that people were critical of obviously hindsight's twenty twenty. I think it was the right call. Defense was playing lights out outside of some. Trevor Lawrence scrambles and some Travis at little screen Bassey's as they were playing lights out. It was the right call they punt they punt the ball down at the six. It's Clemson's ball ninety four yards to drive. The odds are in the buckeyes favor. There's a three percents that testicle chance of scoring a touchdown three minutes seven seconds left and Trevor Lawrence. It has to go win the game for Clemson. Ninety four yards they start drive with back-to-back tenured gains on a slant. Justin Ross in a scramble by Trevor Lawrence and the train train starts rolling. Here's the thing about two minute drives and we talked about it my entire Careers Ryan Day thing you have to get positive yardage on the first play. I know this wasn't two minutes left. It's three are you but whatever it's a two minute drive you have to potty positive yardage on the on the first play. I don't remember this statistic but it's something like it's eighty percent likely you will score points points if you complete the first pass or get yards on the first play. That's why you see a lot of teams throw a short pass or sometimes even run the ball in the first place because they're just trying to get the drive started get momentum madam going and that's what Clemson did ten yard gain tenured gain all of a sudden. The train is rolling. Then they find a Mary. Rogers behind Ohio. State Zone covers linebackers linebackers. Jeff Okuda Mrs attack at the forty five and they get into field goal range for all the talk about Clemson's arrogance blocking chase young one on one on this entire drive Jackson. Carmen Block. Jay Sean One on one and was a non factor..

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"buckeyes " Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

11:37 min | 2 years ago

"buckeyes " Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"Center snaps the ball. Everyone's standing up and they just bulldoze Clemson's defense on what an awesome schemed up play. Then there was another example in the past game. I think the next play where the pass breaks breaks down on a huge escape under duress by Justin fields with a scramble for a big gain and they immediately go tempo. They shot the cage hill and it was dropped their broken up. Whatever you WANNA call it I mean it was certainly broken up to some extent but I will say that is a play that Caja makes ninety percent of the time huge? Play in hindsight when you watch his drive layout so call it a dropped. Call it a broken up pass either way. That is a play that I C K J making ninety percent of the time they'll have stay stays with tempo and venables can't can't get subs and it changes their third and nine thirty four. Now they can simply hand it to master teague and he powers I down another checkmark Ryan Against Brent Venables I down they take a shot to Austin Mac at the goalpost and in a game of inches. It is just out of bounds. Great throw phenomenal catch. We're talking six inches inches from a touchdown. Oh Hindsight's twenty twenty isn't it the foreshadowing second down. They have the perfect call. You can't have a better coal clemson brings a blitz. They call a slip screen. It's a walk in touchdown and Jake has his second costly costly drop. third-down was well covered fields. Get stuck on Ben. Victor and didn't read the play out. He's Ben Victor on a full field progression. Just get get stuck there and has to throw it away again. Three points for the Buckeyes had he read it out. I think you had an uncut and a and a post on the backside by Chris Alavi. One of them would've been six the score. Sixteen to nothing at this point should be twenty four. Nothing if you ask me if Jay catches the pick play and then the other series series K J hill or jk Dobbins catch the ball on the fifth drive. You're talking about two touchdowns. Instead of two field goals was inevitable fugel. The score should have been twenty four nothing. The first drive was just a poor finish. And that'll happen. You can't say should have been twenty eight nothing no it should enough. It definitely should have been twenty four nothing but that first drive. Dr Clemson stopped Ohio State. You can't just say it should have been twenty. Because they got close Clemson stopped will have stayed on the first drive. Three drops cost eight points in the final score. That would've been a difference maker next. They looked terrible travis city and couldn't run the ball Miss Communications in the past game. Their offense is essentially run Trevor Lawrence which Buckeye fans know all too well with the days. That won't win the big game. And then Sean Wade comes up with a huge sack to force fourth and fifteen and sh- rattles trevor Lawrence. We all know what happened there and I won't spend too much time on it because the officials got it right. It is a bullshit rule. It's been a bullshit. Rule targeting was intended for the Oklahoma. Hit hit that objected. Buki that's what targeting is for the only thing you could say is targeting one of the stipulations Ford Ford to be targeting is the the ball carrier has to be defenseless and Trevor Lawrence certainly was tucking the ball and ducking and was not defenseless defenseless. That's the only thing you can say other than that Sean Wade lowered lowered his head hit with the crowd. His helmet went helmet-to-helmet. That is an injection as the rules. State it so don't be visit. The refs be pissed. It the rulemakers it does need to change. It's outrageous. I mean it's not even football anymore. For what Sean we did. That is day one football a sack the quarterback curls up and you you hit them art but if it was Ohio Ohio state and it was flipped. We'll have state fans would be saying he went helmet-to-helmet. That's an ejection. And then you watch. What happened? Sean he gets injected. Amir reap comes in by the way who I played really well but in his first series at a little nervous and as expected clemson immediately takes a shot on him goes for a touchdown. Tries to throw a touchdown down enemy repossess. Pi Penalty still stalls. Clemson out gives the third down and then Travis at the end shows the player that I've said he was all year in a lot of people have said he wasn't right. You guys listen to other shows. Pay attention to the media or people that think there in the media. They're trying to say he's not that good. He's not better than Jonathan Taylor. He's not this not that. If you watch that play he is he is that they stole. CLEMSON out. Get the third down Jordan Fuller forces a cutback was it. A missed tackle by Jordan Fuller. Absolutely but what happened. Was Tyler Friday and really the whole Defense Taylor. Friday specifically had a horrible pursuit angle. And you cannot do that with Travis. That's yet you can't when he goes to cut back because Jordan Fuller takes away the that stretch to the outside there has to be someone in his ear hole not running to the pylon where he can cut back underneath them. which is what China Friday? They did horrible pursuit angle. Sixteen seven Clemson now. The momentum has turned a little bit not only because because of the ejection not only because of the penalty not only because of the Pi but then because of poor pursuit. You can't stack three mistakes. On top of each other like that or momentum will shift then then as predicted with a momentum football game will how it goes three and out there to negative yardage runs the momentum Menem and swagger on defense was different from Clemson at this point now in the game. They are taking Ohio states ass upfront. The line of scrimmage ages going in Clemson's favor every snap then the next day or the next series. Click the ball back. And that's when you see. Trevor Lawrence have a huge sixty seven yard. Run for a touchdown and it's a lot like I talked about with Jalen hurts when you play man coverage gets a quarterback that can run and I get a lot of people didn't know trevor overlords could run man coverage everyone's back to the ball and both Sharon Brown and me Carson run with travis at yen so there's no whole player no spy or Russia Integrity for quarterback scramble or draw Josh proctors completely out of control misses the tackle because he didn't have his cleats in the ground. And here you watch that six foot six long haired son of a gun. run down the sideline for sixty seven yards and a touchdown. The next drive Ohio state comes out with an entirely different given offense a plant. The land scrimmages on the other side. Now they're actually moving clemson and then they start doing that bullshit seven-man pro three man routes else. I can't stand it and I've talked about it all year. I just don't like it. Second down is a three man rush. You had three receivers trying to find a window with eight eight men in coverage it's not going to happen not against a defense like that then on third down the off his line of Master tieger stuffed stays. He's another three and out so now's the end of half an all. Momentum shifted one of the best players on the BUCKEYES team is watching the game in the Locker Room and J K Dobbins is not one hundred percent minimum stakes this far but that will change in the second half. Now tell you this Ohio State Specifically Damodar Ornette and Jeff Okuda. They come out second half and don't allow clemson anything. The first drive enforce a point one of the biggest plays of the game was when we'll L. Spears punt that rolls out and his downside to five and what a day that kid at seven points average almost forty five yards a punt. He flipped the field that was difference maker in the game game. So here's your goal on offense any offense you get the ball in the five year goal is not to drive ninety five yards of score. Obviously you'd like to do that. Obviously that is a hope. But your goal the your objective that you must get accomplished as you have to get to first downs and then get the ball out of that. Backed up area and flip. The field in Justin Stanfield did that with his arm on first down. He had a nice throwing catch. Ben Victor then hit a strike to Caja Hill in the middle of the field and it was mission accomplished then the end end up getting a great punt from drew. Kristen and it's down by Chris Alavi and Clemson his pin at the one yard line. That is all that you can ask for when you're backed up like that now a lot of people are gonNA say. JK was banged up. That's why the that was a huge problem right. The run game struggles were because Jay had a banged wind up ankle. And I'll tell you after watching the film that wasn't the issue. The momentum front was entirely different after those first four or five drives. The run game was was getting stuffed. And the line of scrimmage getting pushed in Clemson's favor I don't care how healthy was I don't care who's taking the ball from Justin fields. If the line of scrimmage scrimmage is in the wrong direction it's not going to be a good day running the ball. So clemency cleanse the ball in Ohio state holds Clemson at the fifteen and it looks like there's there's GonNa be an opportunity for fields in the offense to get great field position. This was field position plan to win football at its finest two first downs punt the ball. Pimento stop at the fifteen. Now you're looking at getting the ball at midfield to score. The percentage of scoring touchdowns goes from like two or three percent at the five yard line and to like forty to fifty to sixty percent around the fifty. That's a huge advantage. And then they rough the punter it. It was a critical error not in scheme not in aggression. That's what Ohio State had to do to win the game and you've watched it pay off you've seen blocked punts you've seen it affect the game in you know how states favor but what happened that. I don't know if it was not taught but being a punt block coach you have to teach is they brought there's zone side of the punt demand side so zone zone side. They all blocked towards the center. When they do that you have your guys rushing the punt chase the heels to make it hard for the next guy outside to block them? And you see Chris Alavi get off scot-free the guy didn't touch him and Cameron Brown comes off the edge. What happens if you get two guys coming off? The edge is there is not room for both of them to come around the shield and blocked the punt so the outside guy as he's rushing has to see that Alavi got free three and asked to pull up Cam. Brown didn't do that and I'm sure he wasn't taught that. So he ends up getting forced into the punter by Chris Lava because two guys are free off the edge of the shield now. We can debate all day long was running into the kicker roughing the kicker I actually think it was running into the kicker which would not give them a first down. So that's that's that's a splitting hairs. Call right there. I mean you really have to. If you're going to rely on a roughing versus running into the punter call. You're going to blame Matt for losing a game. You really have are not paying attention to the game but Roughing the punter means that potter could have been injured like it was that bad of a An an a instance and occurrence and in this scenario I think cam rebound just hit him as he was in the area fell down. It should have been running into the punter. But that's it is a huge difference it would've impacted with the game but you you live with that but plays like that shift momentum even further and two plays later Travis Eddie and showed everyone what I've been talking about. They couldn't get the run game. So what Jeff Scott and.

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"buckeyes " Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"buckeyes " Discussed on WGN Radio

"Johnson badgers Buckeyes have the football it'll be second and one from their own forty four steeper allied as you said great during the break if you would've told Wisconsin baby within three points going into the fourth quarter they would have taken that no doubt about it so what they got to remind each other visit there one play away from get back in control this game whether its office of player defensively one big play when you're backing the trolls blog Krista lobby in motion tight to the formation to give to take Kate Dobbins will be stopped the ocean now absent around the ankle and it was Dobbins trying to stretch the football Audi garnered only a yard and it is enough to move the chains look like it was going to be short but it is a first down for Ohio state at their own forty five helmet adorned with a million of those Buckeye these stickers it seems like late in the season the Buckeye tradition be better than taking a dump its first down cylinder centers feels in the bread basket of crystal he can hang on to it he might have thought it was going to be set by the player in front of him from Wisconsin was calling while they're in complete it'll be seconded yeah I think it was hit by call while they're in very easily could have been intercepted I think give Wilder would have been able to get a look at another to which is up in the air I think he would have caught that ball you definitely picked it very close it's pulled his in two interception here in the second half of second intend for Ohio state the room forty five days the guys lead by three with just over fourteen to play pressure coming up the battle field the thirty seven yard line I gets to the quarterback first the second or Wisconsin there of the night but it takes takes players stepped up and make a play that's a thank you second down sat by louder built to put Ohio state in the thirteen seventeen situation they got a light the odds with the best team in third down situations in the country this Wisconsin depicts I'll state would need to get past the forty four of Wisconsin they have a third in eighteen thirty eight two receivers on the right the record the tight in left field in the pocket pressure coming from the near side complete since what's the name sixteen for the first eighty seven finally gets the tackle but incredible individual efforts by Benjamin Victor to be sued offenders back on the ball quickly give the topics of the right side he's just about to get in the second level in the temple that really was a tremendous individual effort by Digimon picked on that play he was dead to rights about three or four yards short and still play the play here's Dobbins weather fields on second down crystal at the far side outside the numbers still can't sit at the eighteen to drive the shoulder pads down to the fifteen the Buckeyes are back in the red zone a gain of thirteen Caesar Williams finally the stop deceptive pull for the Buckeyes I think is really taking a toll on the defense of Wisconsin on first and ten to fifteen KT hill bubble screen speed back inside take it away room down the use it's there for the tackle the gain of a single yard for Ohio state with twelve twenty to play the Buckeyes threatening second and nine from the fourteen of the badger yeah and on the ball and ready to go fields rolls the pocket left one status players into the nothing fancy there was is simply a case of Justin field in that extra time in the defender please stay with will slip that it was Manson who the point in the second Justin field AJ hill in the rest of.

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"buckeyes " Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

17:05 min | 2 years ago

"buckeyes " Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"Really a in-depth in-depth analysis into the Ohio state buckeyes seeing as there the Midwest team to beat I have some interesting analysts it no more no more the only team in the big ten that has four of the top twenty five the only issue is in my opinion the big ten should not be Ohio states benchmark it can't be right we're talking about nationally relevant team ball advance like it's all encompassing but you look at these other national teams Oklahoma's to top six receivers as far as production to in the top six that's insane Ohio state should be right up there with them or at least right up there with other people around them yeah absolutely and then you move to offense line and I think office has been is run blocking and road grading everyone at Hans is both of Michigan's starting tackles the Ed Warner School for offense align play are tied for one hundred and ninety ninth at least there's better than them oh he's one hundred one hundred spots better than them but they're tied I thought it was hilarious there are to starting tackles are tied for two hundred like what they're trying hard they're like they're battling the see who's GonNa be the two hundred because they're tied at one ninety one like one bad game and one of them is going to be two hundred but it's it's definitely this offense is coming along if that receiver group can just start to make some more explosive plays down the field Jay can pass bro Joseph feels get the ball out of his hands you're talking about probably the best offense of the country I mean it the most he's fine tune it just fine tune in turn it up a notch right so before we get to the defense we're gonNA take a message from one of our sponsors support for Medicine Society offers precision engineered tools for your family jewels Halloween is right around the corner and you don't want to someone with your scary Bush you might be bucking bigfoot or a Harry bear but it's what's under the costume that really matters Oh man I'm funny story about that I was years ago well actually probably about six seven years ago I wish I would have had these products they sent us because I wore one of those morph suits for Halloween and I was a little too on groomed thinking it was kind of notice of Oh you could see it was I had to put some shorts on yeah that's that's not good that's not good but I don't be that Harry Guy Manscaping for virtue changing the grooming game with perfect package two point oh inside the perfect package you'll find their electric trimmer called the lawn mower two point Oh this waterproof and skin if technology will protect you from nicking your pumpkins you can also create less mess by trimming in the shower and of course let's not forget about the crop preserver and die chafing ball deodorant and Moisturizer Yard he put yogurt on your armpits. Why are you not putting deodorant.

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"buckeyes " Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"buckeyes " Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Through the air and into the end zone and the Buckeyes have a thirteen to three lead Paul keels Learfield I. Angie call John McCall field throws for three scores runs for another the Buckeyes hammer the Hoosiers fifty one attack and temple upsets twenty first rank Maryland twenty to seventeen Penn state got by pit seventeen ten the Citadelle pulled off a stunner beating George attack twenty seven twenty four in overtime play games in progress it's all Notre Dame they leave New Mexico fifty nine to seven and self band forty minutes ago fourth quarter Ian book three hundred sixty yards passing and five touchdowns to a talk about a little with three TD tosses Alabama on top of South Carolina twenty four to ten at halftime also what the have central Florida laying at the Stanford thirty eight the seven Dylan Gabriel two hundred fifty yards passing and three touchdowns U. S. C. N. B. Y. U. knotted up at seventeen apiece thirteen minutes remaining in the third quarter at the half hours on a state of three nothing advantage on Michigan state Iowa state seven Iowa three three minutes to go first quarter and four minutes ago until halftime if Utah on top of Idaho state twenty four said nothing NFL news patriots wide out and Tonio brown according to multiple reports as traveled with the team to Miami is expected to play tomorrow against the dolphins baseball Jorge Polanco a two run Homer twins blank the Indians to nothing on the front end of a double header play games in progress Brett Gardner a pair of homers yanks over blue jays nine one of the six nationals living the Braves won nothing in the fifth and the cubs a fourteen a one advantage on the pirates in the top of the ninth I'm Darwin's look this is Jim Rome join in the jungle weekdays noon eastern.

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"buckeyes " Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"buckeyes " Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The Buckeyes will kick it off it'll Blake Blake horrible kicking it away from right to left or if you want from south to north. David Ellis back deep to receive standing on the near Hasidism Goldline short wobbling kick Ellis gonna come up on the run take it outside the numbers near side at the nine and a decent return before it runs into a wall of Buckeyes at the eighteen making forward progress to twenty and that's where Indiana will have the football first which we believe the court TV is their offense tries to mix drug first of all that high speed collision is nothing I never enjoyed doing when I was returning kickoffs but for this size but this offense that we believe will be spread out high powered if we could believe what we saw gets used Illinois they're gonna throw the ball a lot other than the left side of the office of line is the strength of this team so they're going to run the ball that's the side the gonna go to was Stevie's got the third three seniors on that front line. Hey Ramsey the quarterback. the reduction on first down to give the Stevie's got the tail back he is mother divine Hamilton and tough Portland get there quickly and that's a loss on first down that's the one thing you cannot allow it gets a bigger for. the Ohio State Buckeyes is penetration that blows up any run any possibility of the run you'll get a running back is shot. Nick Westbrook winds up on the near side along. with what. right and the left side billion most fake the jet to him now Ramsey and his foot grabbed briefly now gets it out good bass actually backwards nasty failure in Ohio state's speed Borland was down inside the pocket rushed out to fill your new is wide open and tackle them for no game is going to bring up third twelve and that's the one thing we're gonna see a lot of this game great is the make up speed by this Ohio state defense it is often going to be too much for in the end of the handle Indiana fifty seven percent on third down this year they need to get to the thirty and that would be a pickup of nearly fourteen grams in the pocket time to throw going up top. tries to get over the top good good coverage that time. by the backup Nickelback Shaun Wade was running with them in Indiana is going to go three and now that's kind of worse well it is certainly worst case scenario barring a pick six you're absolutely right you don't get the kickoff return back to the twenty yard line you go three and out now if you go three and out you lose a couple yards third and long situations are not going to be beneficial for Indiana now you got a shot of your house St the flip feel position really quickly will likely get the ball on the plus side of fifty here that doesn't bode well for his defense eight and white head bangs away a high points to the Mario McCall they run into the call even though it called for. flags flying from everywhere and so Ohio state's going to have a great field position. one of the Buckeyes did make the football up McCall drifted back after being hit. picked it up on the run and tried to get a return knowing the B. had basically free yardage to worry with it initially on special teams attempt yeah this is something that the Indiana Hoosiers can't afford to do make mistakes especially on special teams the Indian us up punter Hayden white head is a really good punter average fifty one yards in the week one window football state forty five or so yards last weekend against eastern Illinois. number twenty one fifteen your palette from the spot of the crowd first down here a back up defensive back a little too anxious ran into the team so that'll be a penalty of them and we'll see what the Buckeyes offense which has been very high powered has for the losers today today's presentation of NC a a football brought to you by five hour energy for energy on the go it's gonna be five hour energy and works fast works log tastes good and with zero sugar and four calories there's nothing holding you back. this defense a big front Alfred Bryant Jerome Johnson one Harris and Allen Stallings over three hundred pounds or close to three hundred pound average break one Jones the middle linebacker he's the one that gets most of the business done deliver their work cut out for me it's Justin fields the transfer from Georgia the ticket talk about a free game. already thrown for nine touchdowns in completing seventy six percent of his passes first intended for Ohio state of the Indiana forty one feel under pressure setting up a screen to the near side to take a Dobbins Dobbins had lockers up one of them but good job converging on the defender by Marcelino ball their hybrid safety linebacker is well a ski is they call it he gets there and stops with a gain of just enough tend to move the chains now this is what you're gonna see a lot of from Ohio state he's on offense and also a lot of the misdirected does look like it was going up the right side screen back to the left trips right fields on the read option give the Dobbins could block to spring him free. and will be picking up about nine before.

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"buckeyes " Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"buckeyes " Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"The new video putting out for patriotic and i'm gonna put one out for patriot one for just general public called film forensics because that's one of the place that breaking down because j._k. Dobbins flat had an and protection and i told you in the preview show j._k. Needs to be better and paseo that has to happen and it didn't happen. I mean he had a complete bust in pass bro. He bypassed the linebacker that he was supposed to block and that linebacker hit justin fields that can't happen not if we're going to if estates and go out and win the big ten that can't happen. They need a running back. That is excellent impasse bro and that's what that's what zeke was has carlos hyde was. That's what j._k. Needs to be for sure. The only the only real negative i could say about justice fields is and it's not a negative. It's first first game game of the year most quarterbacks i mean almost every school in the country would kill for a performance like justice fields heads so we're really nitpicking here but he does need to clean up his timing a little bit he was laid on a couple of quick game throws and a movement throw the and being especially a movement throw like a rollout that can be disastrous. If you're late i mean the whole defense is pursuing and versus better defense. Both of those can be problematic if he doesn't get it fixed but fortunately it was f._a._u. Is going through the grades. After i've watched the film i thought justin fields obviously played extremely well. I thought you know what kudos to brandon bow and grading out at eighty two percent at first game back. That's that's big time they need to. They need that jeremy rucker. How about him unbelievable. I mean he he he really burst on the scene and we're gonna talk about some things that need improved moved on especially the tight end position before catches thirty eight yards two touchdowns greater doubt it at seventy five percent i mean that was really excellent game for area the other one joan jackson so the two the two new guys on the offense line essentially graded out the highest on the offensive line and then ben victor and austin matt graded out decently high to <hes> <hes> some some disappointing i guess points of need to improve for the buckeyes the first and foremost offense align <hes> it was it. I wouldn't seen a bomb a nation. It wasn't terrible but why davis played very average. Josh alabi when he went in the game was very average in the run game but josh josh albee is a very athletic tackle. He graded out really well impasse bro but when it came to the run game and moving people and being tough he wasn't there. He didn't show up but the really really the old enters a whole did that. You didn't see a ton of just displacement f._a._u. You shoulda saw major displacement and the other thing. I saw that it was very concerning is there was twice in the first half that we seven-man pass protection. We kept the tight end and back in and they've had a three man. Rush and fields got pressured twice. I i mean just you do the math. That's more than a double team on each guy so we had to ohio state players on one player across the board and they still got pressure now schematically. I'm not a huge fan of that because anytime you have seven man pro versus three men rush there have a lot of guys in coverage covering covering your four people right really three people because the quarterbacks throwing the ball so you have now. You have eight people covering three hard to get open so schematically. I really hate that package but i know kevin wilson had success with it at indiana. It's more of a temple thing usually but it was not not that impressive and and and then i really people i know buckeye fans or just on cloud nine right now think we could beat the patriots. I thought it was an average average. First game above average will say above average. I game jay dobbins was was okay..

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"buckeyes " Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"buckeyes " Discussed on WTVN

"The Buckeyes open camp on Friday medical use radio six ten WTVN hot humid today high of ninety sunny and eighty now I'm Scott Jennings stay connected the Columbus and central Ohio on the hour thirty minutes past in as news breaks Glenn Beck show continues next for all your vehicle care you need experience honesty and integrity certified female friendly manner curry's Cressman auto care rockstar technicians you can trust I'd Cressman auto care dot com it's better cannot they did a wonderful job everything was you wanted it Columbus get the twenty five year guaranteed protection of rhino shield for ten percent off the regular price the data the house here's owner Jim Williams this offer is limited so call me at eight eight eight right forty one eighty eight rhino forty one don't pay it on vinyl go okay the fusion of entertainment and enlightenment this is the Glenn Beck program Hey it's due in four gland here on the Glenn Beck program plans on vacation this week myself patent rest of the week also gonna be hosting the television show this week please check it out it's a blaze TV dot com.

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"buckeyes " Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:40 min | 3 years ago

"buckeyes " Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Hewitt buckeyes. Got back buckeyes. Right. I mean seriously. If I don't back you Hewitt, who would for goodness sakes. Yeah. We stick. Together, we Ohioans, thanks so much for joining us seven minutes after the hour. It's almost all Muller all the time this morning after what happened yesterday. I know it's got to be killing you to not be able to be here to break down and to kind of disseminate, what Bob Muller said yesterday in his statement and to try to poke holes. Which I think he would do in which I am doing in the Democrats narrative that what they heard yesterday. And what we heard yesterday was a low key. Bob Muller call for impeachment. Number one. He didn't number two, even if you did then me by Motors in no position to impeach anybody by Muller's and independent counsel, who has completed an investigation. He said, very directly yesterday, which is what the left does not want you to hear he said very directly that there was insufficient evidence to support any conspiracy charge, which means collusion charge thus an exoneration. And he said, we didn't have any evidence to clear Donald Trump of obstruction charges, but we didn't have any evidence to convict him or charge him with it either. So therefore, there's exoneration on that as well. Meanwhile, the left screaming screaming that William bar misled the American people screaming that Donald Trump should be impeached because Bob Muller says, so wrong and wrong both times. I welcome your thoughts on this. I've been giving you a lot of audio. So in the first hour of the program, I'm going to take your phone calls now. And get your thoughts on this. Eight hundred five two zero one two three four. I also want to take your tweets. I will read relevant tweets on the air. Follow me on Twitter as much as I despise, the toxic liberal platform of Twitter. And I do not like to support them. I will use their own devices against them when I am able to so on Twitter. Find me and follow me at France radio. You probably don't know how to spell that name. F. R. A. N T Z. That's all you'll find me on Twitter. France, our radio all one word. No spaces. No underscores. It also happens to be my Facebook page as well. So please, find and like and follow that page art want to go to the phones and we're going to stay here in the Buckeye, state because Chuck has been waiting in Ohio, for quite some time now to have his say, on Bob Muller state yesterday, I Chuck go right ahead. Chuck go right ahead. Yeah. He should be there. And I thought I heard somebody, but now I hear nothing Chuck are you there? I Chuck, I did my level best for your brother. I really did. Scranton, Ohio, staying in the Buckeye state. I'm okay with that Kathy. Can you hear me Kathy? Yeah. All right. You're on the air. Go right ahead like or third baller? And he was doing and what I'd like to ask, is because he behaved like this wasn't, the FBI director, twenty eleven for Obama. Yes, he was okay. Don't you have to have a crime in order to impeach somebody or are they going to keep doing or curry thirty? I are beautiful president. Well that is that. I love that. I love that analogy, by the way. That's great analogy is explore for surgery. We can't we don't know that there's anything wrong with this patient. But we're going to cut in and see if we can find something anyway, we don't know that the president did anything wrong. As a matter of fact, two years of investigation failed to prove the president did anything wrong, but we're going to go ahead and open them up anyway. And that's exactly what they're doing. What they're asking for. Kathy is a do over there, asking for a do over. And I think as much of your phone call. They got the first bite at the apple that they remember this was the insurance policy that the corrupt leadership of the FBI was hoping for under James Komi under temporary director Andrew McCabe with Peter Struck and Lisa page and all the other FBI principal players here. This is what they all planned on the insurance policy. If somehow this man, that we detest wins over the woman that we love Hillary Clinton. We need an insurance policy. How do we booed him? How do we remove him? And the answer was this investigation. So the first bite at the apple was two years in twenty five to thirty five million dollars. Strong thousands of subpoenas. Some five hundred witnesses nineteen attorneys. How many FBI agents some forty FBI agents all part of this big investigation, and they couldn't get insufficient evidence to prove any collusion or conspiracy insufficient evidence to prove obstruction therefore the president's exonerated? So it's like, well, we can't have that we just put a lot of time and money into this thing. I want some bang for my buck. The Democrats say I want I want my money's worth here and I get it. So I wanna do over. It's like a kid playing a game losing. I want to do over well, all right. So Muller couldn't get him. So let's let's call all the witnesses back in again and I'll put him before the judiciary committee. But before the intelligence committee, put before the oversight committee put him for whatever committee want. We're going to do this over, we're going to re interview and badger and do everything we can to find a reason to impeach. And yes, they feel like Bob Muller, gave them the tools. They needed to impeach yesterday. They are wrong. And you know what I feel like I feel like you know what? Mitch McConnell said. What house? Go ahead. Bring it because we're killing the entire idea in the Senate. Anyway, you want to waste time you wanna waste millions more of the American peoples dollars. And you want to waste the opportunity to improve the lives of the American people for the next two years. The way President Trump has almost single-handedly done for these past two years. You want to go out, and this is your run up to the twenty twenty election is try to impeach him. Go ahead, but we're going to kill it in the Senate in oh, by the way, I would be remiss if I did not point out something, very, very obvious here. Why do I have headlines like these like the one I shared with you last hour? First thing you see DEM presidential contenders urge impeachment after Muller press conference. Why is Cory Booker calling for impeachment? Why is tunnel Harris, Pete Buddha? Judge Elizabeth Warren. Why are they all saying impeach him? It should be as obvious as anything could be is plain to see as the sun coming up. They know they can't beat him. That's it. They know they can't beat him. Three of the most successful historical models of predicting presidential elections, have been released over the course of the last few days, and they all show the same thing. Donald Trump winning again. And why wouldn't he? With three point two percent economic growth of four percent quarter in his first year with a record low not record-low, but forty nine year low unemployment. Forty nine year low unemployment historical lows in African American unemployment. Latino unemployment female unemployment historical lows never before recorded in American history. Why wouldn't he win easily? Of course he's going to win. And everybody knows it which is why they're all screaming. Well, we know we can't beat him probably anyway, let's impeach him. It's the only way we get him out of office. Let's go to New England Pennsylvania and talk to Bill on the Hugh Hewitt program. It stop brand sitting in for Hugh Bill. Go right ahead, sir. Hey, good morning, Bob. How you doing today? Wonderful. So what's on your mind? Well, I'm enjoying the conversation. I wonder there's the first question for you. So why did Bob Muller do that? What was his objective you think in in doing that press conference yesterday? Number two, did you read the federal list article that kind of took apart what he said, very critically Seanez and yeah, how he violated a code of kind of scope and his responsibility as a prosecutor? And, and how he was really out of line and some of the things that he said, and my question on that is couldn't Bill bars. And she is law and order policy guy had to call him out. It shouldn't. He be do a reprimand for things that he said in there, which is like. Innuendo at least accusing an innocent man that there's still something more hanging over his head cetera. What do you think? You're one hundred percent riding. Yes. I did read that piece of Sean Davis. I'm going to read excerpts of that to, to the audience today. It's not just one innocent, man. By the way, you mentioned Bill bar Bill. I think one hundred percents accurately, Bill bars innocent man here to who is also being accused of doing something wrong of lying to the American people. What Bob Muller, did was leave open to interpretation, the notion that what Bill bar said about his conversation with Muller and his own analysis of the report that it was misleading to the American people, so Bill bars being called a liar. Bill bar is thus being set up for his own impeachment from the position of attorney general by the left. And, and obviously as you mentioned, President Trump is an innocent individual completely exonerated by this report. And they want to continue to. To smear him to essentially publicly slander him and accused him of things that, that Bob Muller, could not find proof of two innocent people here in all seriousness, the president of the United States, and you wonder why he gets frustrated. You wonder why by the way, let me know when he tweets today so we can carry on the tradition. But, but you wonder why he gets frustrated you wonder why he lashes out at the Democrats, you wonder why sometimes he comes off, as a little bit unhinged because my goodness, I would be I'm.

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"buckeyes " Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"buckeyes " Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Buckeyes whenever you beat the buckeyes to win right there. You swept the buckeyes at home over the weekend. Congratulations to Michigan pulling off the sweep in the pool. So I know JJ probably tickled hopefully, take a little bit pink that we mentioned we mentioned them as well. Plus, all by the way, women's gymnastics, be Michigan state. So take on that. Right. I like it. I support that. Anytime you beat the buckeyes in any sport is a great victory. Now just watch out for next week when Anthony comes in with the Princeton under ground basket weaving team, you got it there winter next week to go, but I support that. So MS who is your Lou this week, Greg hardy, former NFL player now turned UFC fighter. Head is UFC debut last night against Allen Crowder and ended in this. Qualification? You're you're not he had a illegal need to the head with a man down. You're not allowed to to do that in the UFC. Thus having de Q also the side one as well as the do that lost Manny Pacquiao last night Bronner saying that that that fight was for the hood and the hood just like there's so many just like memes like I did this for the hood. Just so many memes and videos of just like the hoods going like, nah, nah. No, no me about that. So Greg hardy is my loser. This week. Best music.

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"buckeyes " Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"buckeyes " Discussed on WTVN

"The buckeyes withstood a late rally from the huskies in the fourth quarter for a twenty eight twenty four win in Pasadena last night senior white out Paris Campbell became only the fifth wide receiver in Ohio State history with one thousand yards receiving in a single season. The buckeyes finished with three hundred sixty four yards of total offense victory following the game. Meyer was asked what he reflects on as his career comes to an end reflect on our very blessed person work, my family of very blessed. I've had some of the best coaches. College football coach for me. And you look at our rosters over the years. We've had the best players ever played this game. A very proud of that another Buckeye who may have finished his career at Ohio State last night Dwayne Haskins. He had another stellar performance. Going twenty five of thirty seven for two hundred and fifty one yards and three touchdowns. But the question had to be asked after the fans chanted one more year where are you in your decision to go to the NFL nowhere as far as the nanny momentum with that? Have a lot of time to make a decision work with my family. Teammates and coaches fair was best for me. Askins finished the year with fifty touchdown passes and Meyer finishes his career with an Eighty-three and nine record including a seven oh Mark against the team up nor NHL the jackets finished two thousand eighteen with a six three win over Ottawa on Monday night. Columbus has won their last six of seven. They take on Carolina on Friday night. Puck drops at seven thirty from the central Ohio Honda dealers sports desk, my campaign on NewsRadio six ten WTVN prime alert grace breaking crime news now, Indiana, the FBI still invest. Negating horrific double murders of two girls. Libby, German and Abby.

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"buckeyes " Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"buckeyes " Discussed on WTVN

"The buckeyes for three games past season. While Meyer was serving a suspension elsewhere here in Columbus took only about six hours for the city to have its first homicide of two thousand nineteen ABC. Six is Jeff Radic says gunfire at the Wesley run apartment complex broke out around three AM Tuesday. This west side woman named Allie thought it would be quiet. She was wrong. Gunshots. Alley could not keep up the count. She thinks she heard twenty or more than she looked out the window. I knew something was wrong. Because the man he was limping. Like, I being you know, like I knew he got shot net victims been identified as old. I'm an Osman so far police have no suspects in custody. There's an enormous backlog of open DUI warrants and Ohio. Tens of thousands of open warrants for Lovie. I exist in counties across Ohio State highway patrol says Ohio is just one of many states where the problem exists though in two thousand eighteen the patrol made more than twenty five thousand impaired driving arrests the Columbus city attorney says many of those cases involved people who show up to court, but leave and are never heard from again law enforcement leaders are seeking help from the Ohio attorney general to create a text alerts system to alert defendants of their court dates Jared alad NewsRadio six ten WTVN radio. Six WTVN sports. Well, the torch is officially been passed as urban Meyer and the buckeyes finished the year with a twenty eight twenty four Rose Bowl victory over the huskies last night. The buckeyes finished the season thirteen in one but urban Meyer finishes his extraordinary career at Ohio. State with an Eighty-three nine Mark including a seven zero record against the team up north NHL. The blue jackets won their last six of seven including a six to three win over Ottawa on Monday night, jackets, face the Carolina Hurricanes on Friday night. Puck drops at seven thirty in the NBA. The Cavaliers are looking for that elusive ninth win of the year as they take on Miami. Tonight. More sports in thirty five minutes. Mike campaign on NewsRadio six ten WTVN..

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