Eleven Dubcast 9: Early 21st Century Romanticism

By Luke on February 11, 2011 at 1:00p
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The most action packed slamtastic Dubcast of all-time (all 9 of them!). Luke and Johnny are joined by a savvy group of college sports diehards beginning with Eleven Warriors own Jake. Jake, the newest writer to join the 11W fold, breaks down his outstanding anthropology of football recruiting article and demystifies some of the urban legends surrounding breakdowns (and *gasp* race). Phil from Bucky's 5th Quarter jumps on next to look ahead to Ohio State's huge forthcoming basketball game with Wisconsin. Afterwards, Midwestern sentimentalities are discarded in favorite of Ivy League wit and candor with John Ezekowitz of the Harvard Sports Analysis Collective and College Hoops Journal to discuss the recent potentially game changing metric he founded as well as Ohio State-Wisconsin (and beyond) from an advanced metric perspective. Finally, Kevin from March to March (and Barking Carnival) hops on to breakdown college hoops from a national perspective. Woah Nelly indeed.

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JakeBuckeye's picture

I was watching Around the Horn today on ESPN and Tony Reali hit the nail on the head when he called us "the least talked about undefeated team ever." We've been disrespected as much as it is possible for a 24-0 team to be disrespected. (Which is still not THAT disrespected, but...)

I hope to be able to say "No great teams my ass" after Saturday afternoon.

Nick's picture

This happens to OSU a lot it seems. Beat a good team and everyone says "well they weren't really that good". When pregame it is hyped and the Bucks are predicted to lose.