COLUMBUS, Ohio — Get insight and reaction to Ohio State football on the Inside the Shoe podcast brought to you by Land of 10. On the latest edition, Kyle Lamb is impressed by Ohio State’s competitive spirit and how none of the players within the program intend to consider bypassing the bowl game to prepare for the NFL draft.
Every episode of Inside the Shoe can be found here.
Topics discussed on Inside the Shoe Monday include:
- That none of the draft-eligible players in the Ohio State program are considering skipping out on the Cotton Bowl on Dec. 29 and why that dedication to finishing out the season is a sign of good things for the Buckeyes.
- Ohio State’s wide receivers group and the importance of everyone returning next season, both for personal gain as well as making the Buckeyes a potentially explosive offense in 2018.
- What Dwayne Haskins will need as the Ohio State signal caller next season if he wins the competition to succeed J.T. Barrett.
- More on quarterback commit Matthew Baldwin of Lake Travis, Texas, and whether Baldwin is a better player right now than the Buckeyes’ other commit, Emory Jones.
- A recap of Ohio State basketball’s 97-62 thrashing of William & Mary on Saturday that included the Buckeyes shooting over 60 percent and hitting on 11 3-pointers.
- The noticeable improvement of C.J. Jackson the past three games, both with his confidence and cutting down on turnovers.
- Ken Pomeroy’s site projections for the Buckeyes this season and why the power ratings are beginning to love them.
- Are the Buckeyes beginning to look like an NCAA Tournament-caliber team?
On the Inside the Shoe podcast on Tuesday, Austin Ward will join Kyle to talk the Cotton Bowl and other bowl musings.
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