Eleven Dubcast: The 2014 Spring Game in Review

By Michael Citro on April 16, 2014 at 5:15 pm
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Spring football is over at Ohio State and the off-season is officially upon us.

They say absence makes the heart grow fonder and from now until August, we'll be growing pretty darn fond of our beloved college football. Meanwhile, Johnny and I are here to talk about Ohio State's Spring Game both on the field and in the temporarily insane box office.

Our own journalistic bloodhound Kyle Rowland joins us to give us his take, both on the Spring Game and the entire spring practice period in general. Kyle is all over Ohio State sports, so you won't want to miss his thoughts on the offensive line, wide receivers and, yes, even the special teams.

We round out this extravaganza with our Ask Us Anything section, in which you ask 'em and we answer 'em, no matter how odd the question. You can always ask us anything by emailing us at elevendubcast@gmail.com or hit us up on the Twitters.

Here's your Dubcast fix:

Let me break it down for you:

0:25- Johnny and I talk about the Spring Game, which one of us watched and one of us read all about. We discuss the ticket price/refund fiasco and ponder what exactly would make the Spring Game worth a $20 admission fee.

22:05- Kyle Rowland hops on the call and gives us some actual insider's insight into Buckeye spring ball and how things are looking as we head toward the 2014 season.

46:40- Our Ask Us Anything segment, in which we tell you exactly who the best X-Man is, which beers are our preferred selections for Buckeye football games, and (by popular demand) more about Mystery Science Theater 3000.

57:16- The ultimate Ohio State circle drill.

Music for this week's Dubcast included "Land of Hope and Dreams" by Bruce Springsteen, "Life Beyond L.A." by Ambrosia, and "Roll with the Changes" by REO Speedwagon.

Programming note: We're back on our monthly summer Dubcast schedule. We'll see you in June!

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