Real Pod Wednesdays: National Championship Game Takeaways, Ohio State Coaching Changes and A Big Week in Recruiting

By Dan Hope, Kevin Harrish and Garrick Hodge on January 12, 2022 at 11:05 am
Caden Curry

You’ll hear two different voices on this week’s episode of Real Pod Wednesdays.

With Griffin Strom feeling under the weather, Kevin Harrish joins Dan Hope for the first half of this week’s episode while Garrick Hodge joins Dan for the second half of the show as we talk about all of the latest developments in Ohio State football.

Kevin and Dan start by sharing some Ohio State-themed takeaways from the national championship game – watching that Georgia defense sure looked different than watching Ohio State this year, didn’t it? – and looking forward to what needs to happen for Ohio State to win it all next season.

The guys also discuss why Ohio State fired Greg Studrawa and replaced him with Justin Frye (beginning at 15:50) and the possibility of further staff changes and take a look at incoming transfers DeaMonte Trayanum and Tanner McCalister, and Dan couldn’t let Kevin go without asking him for his go-to order at Arby’s.

At the 35-minute mark of the show, Garrick joins Dan for a nearly half-hour discussion on Ohio State recruiting. Garrick breaks down each of the three commitments Ohio State landed for its recruiting class of 2022 last week – Hero Kanu, Carson Hinzman and Omari Abor – and shares his biggest takeaways from a week at the All-American Bowl in San Antonio.

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