Real Pod Wednesdays: Ohio State Football and Basketball Land Big Commitments, Still More Questions Than Answers About the 2020 Football Season

By Dan Hope and Colin Hass-Hill on July 29, 2020 at 12:10 pm
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After a week off, we're back to discuss the latest happenings in Ohio State sports with a fresh episode of Real Pod Wednesdays.

Perhaps most notably from the past two weeks, Ohio State football and men's basketball both landed big commitments on the recruiting trail from Jordan Hancock and Malaki Branham, so we talk about what each of their commitments mean to the Buckeyes and the strong 2021 classes Ryan Day and Chris Holtmann are building in each sport.

First, though, we begin with another discussion on the state of the college football season in response to the latest developments – or lack thereof – as Ohio State's summer workouts are now in full swing but there still remain more questions than answers about the football season even though we're in the last week of July.

In the second half of the show, we discuss Three Things We Think – including why Kaleb Wesson could be a good role player in the NBA and why the feared mass exodus of NFL draft prospects before a hypothetical spring football season might not be as bad as some think – and answer a swath of questions from listeners, including the pros and cons of a Big Ten-only football season.

Listen to Real Pod Wednesdays in the audio player above or on your streaming platform of choice (iTunesSpotifyGoogle PlayStitcherTuneIn). 

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