The Eleven Warriors Radio Hour: Ohio State Pro Day, Tate Gets a Waiver, Breaking Down Ohio State vs Iowa State

By 11W Radio Hour on March 21, 2019 at 9:57 am
Dwayne Haskins slays them at Ohio State's pro day

Another Wednesday, another episode of America's best hour of radio as JasonChris and Joshua were back in the 97.1 the Fan studios to break down Ohio State's pro day, Tate Martell getting a hardship waiver, Ohio State vs. Iowa State and so much more.

0:31  Do Ohioans ever really feel comfortable enough to declare it won't snow again?

2:10  An annual tradition unlike any other: figuring out TruTV's channel number.

2:52  Joshua breaks down the Ohio State pro day experience, and we marvel over another fantastic showing out of Dwayne Haskins.

8:16  Tate Martell gets a hardship waiver at Miami and sets a big precedent. We're struggling to understand the Tate hate.

10:54  How hilarious is Ohio State +6.5 at Michigan this year?

12:19  Student Appreciation Day is now a recruiting opportunity for Ryan Day and his staff. How did Urban Meyer, who had recruiting constantly in mind, not line this up previously? Joshua has a theory.

16:12  Our own Colin Hass-Hill joins the show to break down Ohio State's matchup with Iowa State in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Colin's heading to Tulsa. Is Tulsa lit?

25:42  This Week's Question: You can add one former player to this year's basketball team. Who are you going with to help this team make a deep run in the tournament? Shout out to the caller who suggested Keith Wesson.

34:40  Radio Buckshots! Jim Harbaugh isn't sending Greg Mattison a Christmas card… A WWE scout attends Penn State's pro day… The NCAA is looking at Kansas, uh, football… A bill to remove the front license plate on vehicles passes the Ohio House.

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