Eleven Dubcast: The Spring Game Was More Useful Than We Thought It Might Be

By Johnny Ginter on April 20, 2021 at 2:50 pm
Ohio State's Chris Olave

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I'm not sure that the Spring Game ever used to be "good."

I attended every one of the events that I could, starting back as a freshman in college back in 2003 and going until I left Columbus several years later (and then went back to going to them once I moved back up here), but I don't know that I've ever enjoyed them as a game of football. They've been fun for other reasons; people watching, seeing players in pads for the first time in months, being in Ohio Stadium, etc. But as football? Eh.

But this year felt a little different, and Andy and I talk about all of the ways that this edition of the Spring Game was illuminating for us as fans and as commentators on the game in general. The quarterback competition got a little more interesting, the receiver room confirmed its depth, and hell, maybe the defense won't be so bad.

Oh, and Ask Us Anything provides us with incredible questions and some existential dread, and if that sounds like your thing, go ahead and send us your questions about literally anything to dubcast@elevenwarriors.com!

0:00 C.J. Stroud still likely has the inside track on the starting position but man Kyle McCord can sling it a bit.

14:35 I just love the name Brunk!

27:34 Ask Us Anything wants us to hit a hard reset on our entire lives for the past fifteen years or so.

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