Eleven Dubcast: Ohio State Fans and Family Take a Deep Breath After an Intense Few Days in Columbus

By Johnny Ginter on November 30, 2016 at 3:05 pm
Ohio State players and fans celebrate a dramatic win over Michigan.

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To say that the last few days here in Columbus have been intense is a gigantic understatement.

The attack on Monday was a disturbing reminder that there's a big, sometimes scary world out there, and staying in our football bubble isn't always an option. We have to deal with problems that scare us and shake us to our core. It's lucky, then, that the Ohio State community is strong and can handle pretty much anything thrown at it. On the Dubcast this week, Beau and I talk about what makes Ohio State the amazing place that it is, and what we can do as people to ensure that it stays that way.

But, uh... I believe that there was a game played on Saturday, maybe? While it's important to look at the big picture of life sometimes, it's also equally important to talk at length about how the Buckeyes pulled out a victory in one of the most insanely ridiculous editions of The Game ever played, and how this will definitely be one to look back on for years to come. It was a gloriously imperfect game won by a gloriously imperfect quarterback trying to run a slightly less gloriously imperfect offense buoyed by an improbably almost perfect defense.

In short, The Game kicked ass, and we break the whole crazy thing down for you. Plus: Ask Us Anything shows me a Scotsman!

0:00- Oh man. "Bonkers" seems to be the word of the day, because that's exactly what the Ohio State/Michigan game was. Meyer versus Harbaugh! Barrett versus his own sideline! Hooker versus footballs thrown in the air!

26:05- Beau and I talk about the attack at Ohio State and what it means for us and the Ohio State community going forward.

41:10- Ask Us Anything! GO AGGIES!

And that wraps it up for this week on the Dubcast. Thanks for listening, thanks to Travis for the ultra-cool Dubcast logo, and we'll see you next time!

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