The Eleven Warriors Radio Hour: Updates from Ohio State's Spring Practice, Marveling at Nicholas Petit-Frere's Diet and Joey Bosa vs. the Night King

By 11W Radio Hour on April 4, 2019 at 12:34 pm
Nicholas Petit-Frere and his amazing 8,000 calorie diet.
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Another Wednesday, another episode of America's best hour of radio as Jason and Chris

1:05  We take a few minutes to clown on Joshua Perry for not being able to make it for the show.

2:58  Ohio State still has an open quarterback battle with Ryan Day refusing to even name a leader at this point between Justin Fields and Matthew Baldwin. (Narrator: It's not open.)

5:06  Tight end Jeremy Ruckert is spending time at wide receiver and may line up at the H position this season. With a wide receivers room short on experience, this is a good thing. We also take a minute to remember the sad, sad passing attack of 2011.

8:20  Freshman Garrett Wilson is turning heads at wide receiver and we can't wait to see him on the field.

11:12  A rundown of where Buckeyes are expected to go in the NFL Draft later this month. Is Arizona smoke-screening everyone with the Kyler Murray talk?

15:23  Greg Schiano steps down in New England, and if his note to the team was sincere, that's a stand up move from him.

18:00  We take some time to time to marvel at Nicholas Petit-Frere's 8,000-calorie a day diet.  What's the easiest way to consume 8,000 calories in a day? We're on the case.

22:11  Jaedon Ledee is in the transfer portal, but an old friend could be coming back to Columbus.

25:26  This Week's Question: You can have dinner with any Ohio State athlete, present or past, who are you eating with and what are you talking about?

35:09  Radio Buckshots! Can Joey Bosa stop the Night King by himself? Ryan Day has an Instagram and is showing off updates to the WHAC… J.T. Barrett and Cardale Jones rocking burnt orange… Duke bounced by Michigan State. Why does it seem like juggernauts fall short so often?

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