Jason Priestas and Joshua Perry went knee-deep into offseason storylines – the truly fun and weirds stuff – as they dive deep into commit chirping season, try to reconcile the hilarious integrity of the Michigan Man and wonder if Ted Ginn could really smoke most of the NFL wide receivers in the 40.
1:52 Michigan's quarterback of the future, J.J. McCarthy, who grew up an Ohio State fan, watching Terrelle Pryor and Braxton Miller, has words for the Buckeyes. In fact, he wants to “kill them” now. Mr. McCarthy has to deliver because screenshots live forever. Bonus: Ohio State class of 2020 quarterback Jack Miller makes an appearance off the top rope.
7:28 Ohio Stater tackle commit Paris Johnson Jr. put up NFL numbers at the Opening Regionals in Nashville. We spend a few minutes gushing over just how good the No. 1 tackle in the 2020 class can be at Ohio State.
10:16 Ted Ginn Jr. has $10,000 that says he's still the NFL's fastest wide receiver at the age of 34. Is he? And why did he call Urban Meyer “ignorant?” Is there bad blood there?
20:45 Ramzy Nasrallah joins the show, but not before we roast show producer Bodie for being a fan of America's teams. How does Michigan Man square the Juwan Howard hire when they spent all of that energy admonishing Ohio State for welcoming Jim Tressel back to Ohio Stadium?
35:21 This Week's Question: What's the perfect kickoff time for an Ohio State football game? Noon? 3:30 p.m.? Prime time?
50:01 Radio Buckshots! Dabo Swinney can't stop saying dumb shit… Iowa has a quarterback commit running his mouth about Ohio State, which is weird, because he may only face the Buckeyes once or twice in his career… Shake Shack comes to Columbus. Is there any restaurant you'd wait an hour on food for? Related: What are your top three burger joints?
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