Eleven Dubcast: What the Spring Game Means and What it Doesn't, Especially for Players Looking to Make an Impact

By Johnny Ginter on April 19, 2017 at 3:05p
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If you're not going to let your starters tackle each other in the spring game, we here at the Dubcast are totally fine with that decision. It's the prudent, intelligent decision to get out of spring practices with as little damage as possible, and that includes damage sustained in an ultimately inconsequential intrasquad scrimmage where everything is graded on a curve.

Still, it would've been nice to get a heads up on just how lame the first 20 or so minutes of the spring game was going to be. Once it became the Burrow and Haskins show, things picked up somewhat, and that's what Beau and I devote the majority of this week toward talking about. Plus, Tom Herman throwing more unnecessary shade on Urban, and your Ask Us Anything questions (which you can do on Twitter or via e-mail)! Don't forget to rate and subscribe on iTunes while you're sending us questions about the nature of the universe.


0:00- The spring game cometh and wenteth. It was fine, and more importantly we got to see a little preview of how the quarterback race at Ohio State might shake out in a year.

20:24- Tom Herman's wild ride. Dude crashed the party and made it about himself. Not a good look.

27:24- I shoehorn some Reds commentary into the discussion, because they're somehow above .500 right now and I'm going to ride those good vibes until they aren't (next week, probably).

35:05- Ask Us Anything gets serious... ish.

And that'll do it for this week! Thanks to Travis for the cool logo, thanks to you for listening, and as always, if you want to help us out, check out the Dry Goods Store. See you guys next time.

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