COLUMBUS, Ohio — On the latest “Inside the Shoe” Ohio State football podcast brought to you by Land of 10, Kyle Lamb explains what has him so excited about the 2017 Buckeyes football team.
Joining Kyle on Tuesday’s show is Jeremy Birmingham to discuss Urban Meyer’s Monday press conference, and NBC College Football Talk’s Bryan Fischer to review the weekend’s best games.
Every episode of Inside the Shoe can be found here.
Topics discussed on the show Tuesday include:
- Why Meyer is glad Ohio State played Indiana on Thursday.
- The status of Mike Weber for Saturday’s game against Oklahoma.
- Which units graded out as ‘champions’ based on their performance against the Hoosiers?
- Which units need improvement.
- Micah Parsons is moving up his official visit to Ohio State. Is that beneficial to the Buckeyes?
- Does Birmingham believe the chatter of Patrick Surtain Jr. and his flirtation with Ohio State?
- What Fischer thought of Ohio State’s game against Indiana.
- What is he looking for when the Buckeyes meet the Sooners?
- Games over the weekend, including Michigan-Florida, Texas A&M-UCLA and Maryland-Texas.
- Why Kyle thinks Ohio State will have a legitimate chance at a national title.
- Which Indiana player Meyer singled out for having his best game at this level.
Tune in Wednesday as Land of 10’s Austin Ward will join Kyle on the podcast previewing Oklahoma. Also joining Inside the Shoe is Rivals.com’s national basketball recruiting analyst Corey Evans to talk about the Buckeyes’ recruiting efforts with Elijah Weaver and Luther Muhammad, as well as his expectation for the Ohio State 2018 recruiting class.
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