Eleven Dubcast 10: Mr Willis of Ohio

By Luke on February 17, 2011 at 11:19p
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Yeah...

Johnny takes cough syrup; Luke takes his dignity and flushes it down the commode. Lean back, crank up the volume, and roll with the Du-du-du-DUBCAST *IN STEREO*.

Fearless leader Jason hops on to break down Ohio State hoops and look ahead to the future of Buckeyes basketball. Our dynamic duo are next joined by Purdue blog extraordinaire Hammer and Rails' Travis Miller. Travis talks about Ohio State's huge forthcoming clash with the Boilermakers and discusses whom to watch when the two sides go head-to-head. Finally, SBNation.com's Andy Hutchins gets on to talk college hoops from a national vantage point and to talk about a few sides that may be flying under the radar. All this and Andy Rooney. Tune in, won't you?

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RBuck's picture

Note to Luke:

Hip-hop is NOT Rock. A sacrilege!!

"It's just another case of there you are". ~ Doc (1918-2012)

Luke's picture

Ha, when did I say it is rock?

RBuck's picture

About 2:00 in when you talked about Hutchin's blog. At least that's what I got out of it.

"It's just another case of there you are". ~ Doc (1918-2012)

Luke's picture

Andy's musical review twitter is called RockabyeReview which may have prompted the confusion. It's a loose homage to former Florida Gators safety Reggie Nelson though, so maybe he deserves a swift boot to the ass.

Peter Pete Peterson's picture

I thought we were talking hoops...?

Peter "Pete" Peterson

"Recruiting is like shaving, if you don't do it everyday, you look like a bum!"  -Jim Tressel

 

Nick's picture

Doing a great job on the podcasts guys. Thanks for all the hard work you put into this community.

Luke's picture

Comments like this make it all worthwhile. Thanks for your continued support of 11W.

JakeBuckeye's picture

With Kansas, Texas, and Pitt losses we should be a unanimous number one on Monday with a win against Purdue tomorrow. Heck, we may be number one even with a loss tomorrow.

KenK's picture

Which is why I'm a little concerned about tomorrow. If we keep our focus, we'll be fine.

Johnny Hooker: "He's not as tough as he thinks". Henry Gondorff: "Neither are we".

Buckeye_Mafia's picture

Texas is string, but man, they have lost to two pitiful teams in USC and now Nebraska. Really makes you wonder how tough they will be come tourney time. At one point, I thought we'd face them for the rights to cutting down the net come March/April.

Adolphus Washington is half grizzly bear and half dragon | Noah Spence kills quarterbacks, just to watch them die.

BucksfanXC's picture

I think we can beat anybody in the country when we are on. That said, Texas is good. They scare me the most. They play great defense, they got a great player who is so dynamic that maybe Lighty could slow down/not stop, but he would eat Craft alive. They got inside presence. They'd be a tough match-up for us.

They did try everything in their power to give that game away yesterday though and they were successful. They made up 11pts in like 35 seconds. Still lost.

“Any time you give a man something he doesn't earn, you cheapen him. Our kids earn what they get, and that includes respect.”  - Woody

Luke's picture

Nebraska's a fringe tournament team (18-8), but good lord, that SC loss (particularly the margin by) is bad news bear. I've been saying for a while Texas' entire post-season fate is contingent on Jordan Hamilton. If he shows up wanting to impose his will, Texas can cut down the nets in H-town. If mentally checks out like he did yesterday, the Sweet 16 or Elite 8 is their ceiling.

tomcollins's picture

Texas and Kansas have been the two most overrated teams this year.  I doubt either would finish in the top 4 of the Big East.

Everyone's been scared of Texas once they stopped playing real teams in their non-conference schedule, and started playing weak Big 12 teams.  Be prepared for both team to crumble once March rolls around.