Eleven Dubcast: The Evolution of College Sports Has Never Been More Apparent Than In This Past Season

By Johnny Ginter on February 23, 2021 at 2:50 pm
Ohio State's Duane Washington, Jr.

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I miss the fullback. I do, I can't deny it. Part of me pines for the old romantic days of 265 pound fireplugs running for three yards at a time and us calling that a success. That's dumb, because points and scoring are cool and good, but I was weaned on Tresselball and that's just who I am.

Andy and I definitely had the same thought pattern while we watched Ohio State and Michigan rain threes on each other on Sunday. It sucks that the Buckeyes lost (although they still clearly belong in the top tier of NCAA men's basketball), but the game itself stood as a testament to just how much basketball and sports in general have changed in the past several years, which is the topic du jour.

Also, Ask Us Anything wants to know what snowy shenanigans we got up to on campus (Greg Snowden, baby), and you can ask us similar fantastic questions by hitting us up at dubcast@elevenwarriors.com.

0:00 A loss is a loss, and it is bad to lose to Michigan especially, but Ohio State better keep their heads up for what's coming up.

21:53 Change is the name of the game(s).

38:00 Another thing to point out is that those old pizza subs from Mirror Lake Cafe were simply amazing.

And that'll do it, thanks as always to Travis for the logo, thanks to you for listening and checking out the Dry Goods store, and we'll see you next week!

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