The Eleven Warriors Radio Hour: Football Spring Practice Rundown, Grading Ohio State's Basketball and Dre Forgot About Dre

By 11W Radio Hour on March 28, 2019 at 12:21 pm
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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 grade Ohio State's basketball season, run down what we've learned at the halfway point of Ohio State football spring practices and much, much more.

2:44  What letter grade would you give to the Ohio State men's basketball team this season?

5:45  D.J. Carton is getting all of the pub for next season, but don't sleep on E.J. Liddell. Also, we take a stab at Ohio State's starting five for next season.

7:44  Spring football! Justin Fields sheds his “Black Stripe,” the rigors of spring practices, and #MYHITTA looking good at MLB1.

11:46  Justin Hilliard and Kamryn Babb suffer heartbreaking injuries. And we have a lively discussion about the “Bullet” package and what that scheme means.

14:39  Does Ohio State have a depth problem at wide receiver?

15:25  Dre forgot about Dre.

16:01  Dan Hope joins the show to break down where things stand at the halfway point of Ohio State football spring practice. Dan waxes on Ryan Day's leadership style, other assistants who have caught his eye, Garrett Wilson shining, 

25:27  This Week's Question: Would you trade a loss to Michigan in football for a national championship in men's basketball?

33:17  Radio Buckshots! Three B1G teams in the Sweet 16 – will you cheer for any of those teams to win a championship? Columbus man has the nation's only perfect bracket… Ohio State's 2015 class is trying to set a record for number of transfers… Tyler Trent gets a memorial at Purdue's Ross-Ade Stadium… Why are pro fans more violent than college fans?

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