Eleven Dubcast: ...And Found

By Luke Zimmermann on November 3, 2011 at 12:00 pm
There is no Pyramid of Success that can help the Hoosiers.

Did last weekend really happen? Friday? Well sure. Thanks to Wisconsin head coach Bret Bielema for ensuring none of us remembered anything. Saturday? Now that's a different story.

When we last left our heroes, they were contemplating what a loss to Wisconsin would mean and what a great charity tailgate weekend would have in store. Now that it exceeded anyone's wildest expectations, Johnny and myself discuss how the victory happened. Is anyone better than Ohio State's defensive line? Is C.J. Barnett the last surviving member of an alien race from millions of light years away? And what's a Russell Wilson, anyway?

To shift focus to the task at hand, friend of the blog (and essential read/follow) Marcus Hartman of Buckeye Sports Bulletin helps us get acclimated with the Indiana Hoosiers. Who are they? What are they doing here? And how much is it going to cost to get them off our lawn? More specifically the names to get familiar with, what happened to thought to be lock commit Shane Wynn, and the precise number of plagues it would take for Indiana to escape Saturday victorious.

Finally, your two hosts give their vantage point on the game and Johnny opens up for the first time about a traumatic experience you'll be sure to want to hear. All this and more on... *THE ELEVEN DUBCAST* /boomingvoice

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Interested in learning more about the music you heard in today's episode? The opener comes courtesy of Austin, Texas (WUDDUP FIVE ONE TWO?!)'s very own Bob Schneider with "Penelope Cruz". The post guest break is delivered by the venerable Josh Rouse with his latest Josh Rouse & The Long Vacations and their "Oh, Look What the Sun Did". Finally, the closer/shame background music comes from the essential Andrew Bird's "Night Sky" from the Norman soundtrack, which you can acquire here.

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