Sometimes we all fall prey to a one track mind. In this case, that’s Ohio State spring football… and Lupe Fiasco.
Prompted by an informal off-topic IM exchange between one Mr. Johnny and myself, we elected to run with it for your amusement. The results there of is the hot, hotness that is Eleven Dubcast XV.
Our guests this fine Friday afternoon (or whenever it finds you well) are the one, the only Mr. Spencer Hall (aka Orson Swindle) of EDSBS.com/SBNation who swings by to discuss the fine charity work he’s doing for those in need in the Atlanta area. We get it may feel a bit like a pledge drive at this point, but seriously, this is something near and dear to both of our hearts and a way you can not only beat Michigan at something (which btw, they’re kicking our butts in any conceivable fashion right about now) but also potentially force Mr. Hall into getting a regrettable life altering tattoo.
We get back on topic with long overdue guest Ari Wasserman of Ohio State’s Rivals representative BuckeyeGrove. Ari delivers the goods on the still hot button quarterback situation, what he’s seen out of the wide receivers during spring practice, where Etienne Sabino fits into a largely turnover ridden Ohio State defense, and naturally, what the most choice Lupe Fiasco track of all-time is.
You know the routine: Right click->save as here to assert your status as a cultural trendsetter. Peruse the iTunes if you want to bump the realness via those trendy white earbuds or AppleTV. And finally, hit play underneath if you simply want to kick push, kick push, kick push, kick push coast on into the weekend. Namaste y’all.