Eleven Dubcast: Badger Resurrection

By Johnny Ginter on September 25, 2013 at 4:15p
GOOD BOYA badger's mortal enemy: the wiener dog.

Andersen up, Bielema down.

After having learned pretty much nothing at all from last weekend's drubbing of Florida A&M, Ohio State finally takes on an opponent that might actually, you know, score points or advance past the fifty yard line.

Wisconsin poses a serious challenge to the Buckeyes, and that's why we brought on Jesse Temple from Fox Sports Wisconsin to talk to us about a team that's just a liiitttllee harder to hate now that the bulbous boorishness of Bret Bielema is gone. In his place is Gary Andersen and a running back corps that is to be feared at least a little, so maybe it's high time we analyze the crap out of 'em.

And of course, we answer all of your burning questions in our Ask Us Anything segment, which you can do by e-mailing us at elevendubcast@gmail.com!

Finally, this is Eat Too Brutus week, so hopefully we'll see some of you guys Saturday for food and drink and high fives and maybe some twerking from Ramzy if we're lucky.

We've been having a few problems with our media player, so check it out after the jump and hopefully it'll run smoothly for you guys. If not, please let us know.

Here's how everything went:

0:24- Michael and I discuss the intricacies of the FAMU for about five seconds before moving on to the challenge that Wisconsin will provide and what that means for the Buckeyes.

14:56- Guest Jesse Temple lays some knowledge on us about the Badgers, and we make fun of Bret Bielema because it is really, really hard to resist doing that

32:33- Ask Us Anything, in which we are forced to consider the ramifications of a kangaroo court in Michigan with a bloodlust for poor driving. These are dark times we live in.

48:55- E2B is the place to... be. Crap, bad rhyme.

And that'll do it for the Dubcast, the music this week was the Black Keys' cover of She Said, She Said, Stop by the Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, and Gray by the Heartless Bastards. See you guys next week for a very special E2B edition of the Dubcast!


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Seattle Linga's picture

Hey if anyone knows a way to DOWN VOTE Bert please let me know cause I will be the first in line.

Haybucks's picture

Haybalers are a natural enemy of this rodent as well, but I'll get a Weiner dog to double down.

If the world comes to an end, I want to be in Cincinnati. Everything comes there ten years later. -  Mark Twain


Run_Fido_Run's picture

Maybe that's why Wisconsin runs a haybaler offense: they figured if they could round up all the haybalers and put #70s jerseys on them, they'd be safe from haybaler accidents. However, speed animals have been known to prey on badgers, too - bobcats, coyotes, eagles . . . 

BuckeyeinSavannah's picture

My Grandpa accidently did that to his own dog once....except he was in the middle.

Idaho Helga's picture

I've had a farm and the grossest accidents you will ever see involve balers or swathers.  Usually when somebody is trying to fix or unjam them when they are out in the field.  My husband was on a volunteer fire dept for years and he'd rather go to a car wreck than a farm machinery accident any day.

TraptnMI's picture

Badgers are not rodents."We are all born ignorant, but one must work hard to remain STUPID." Badgers are carnivores and part of the weasel family. Love and let live. Sad Gif.

" It's real good whatcha done Anthony, real good ! "

fanatibuck's picture

Yawn!!!!!! We are taking these Rodents to the Woodshed.