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 explains why coach Urban Meyer doesn’t care for road night games and why letting college football and basketball players earn money might be the answer to fixing corruption.
Also discussed on the podcast Friday is the latest in Ezekiel Elliott’s legal battle against the NFL and a preview of the Buckeyes game against Nebraska.
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Other topics discussed on Inside the Shoe Friday include:
- Meyer’s stance on road night games and whether the sheer number of them is really that big of a deal.
- Ohio State’s gaudy 24-point spread on the road against the Cornhuskers and if Ohio State is primed to cover.
- Whether Nebraska quarterback Tanner Lee will be capable of giving the Ohio State pass defense a better test than other opponents have in the last several weeks.
- What has happened to the historic “blackshirt” defense of Nebraska.
- The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals’ decision regarding the Ezekiel Elliott case against the NFL and what it means going forward.
- More discussion of the college basketball scandal and the NCAA’s effort to curtail corruption by launching a committee to explore possible remedies.
- Paying athletes and how giving them access to free-market earnings might help the NCAA’s cause with a carrot-on-a-stick approach.
On the Inside the Shoe podcast on Monday, Austin Ward and Kyle will recap the Ohio State performance against Nebraska.
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