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On this Wednesday episode of Buckeye Talk, Stephen Means, Nathan Baird and Andrew Gillis discuss what Ryan Day and Jim Knowles had to say as Ohio State prepares to face Maryland. more
On this Tuesday episode of Buckeye Talk, Stephen Means and Andrew Gillis take recruiting questions from our text subscribers. Given the recent decisions of both commits and other targets, of course, the entire conversation was all about the future of... more
Ohio State's 2023 schedule is filled with opponents featuring quality options at quarterback so Stephen Means and Nathan Baird used this Monday episode of Buckeye Talk to break down them all down. Kyle McCord beat the first name on that list in Notre... more
The pod has fallen off a cliff since Doug left. There is no joy to be found by listening—just endless nitpicking and soulless analysis. Nate has always seemed like he hates covering OSU and the new guy is just trying to audition for something else and at times is just a troll in the team and fan base he covers.
Doug’s move to THE Podcast left a huge void at BuckeyeTalk. Cleveland.com seems to have elected Stephen to fill that void instead of Nathan, and for me that was not the right decision. Rating is based on the average of 5 stars for Nathan and 1 each for Stephen a the new guy. Nathan, I look forward to hearing your insightful questions in the press conferences.
If you think anything the reviewer was complaining about has ANYTHING to do with Marxism, you have absolutely no idea what Marxism is. The reviewer may (or may not) have made incorrect assumptions about Buckeye fans and why they are complaining about the new iteration of this podcast, but nothing that was stated had a thing to do with Marxism or Communism in any way. Considering you were complaining about a reviewer not having facts to back up accusations, it’s ironic that your reply was nothing... more
I believe in free speech, opinions and such. What I don’t believe in is progressive rants that have no facts only Marxist talking points, accusations and hate based speech. We are a group of people who are passionate about the Ohio State Buckeyes. Don”t sit back and wait for that word or opinion to come out and spew diversity, racists, fascist, and the host of words that the progressive left loves to talk about. The only thing missing from your review are facts like most Progrssive rants. I am s... more
Sorry without Doug and now we have a guy Andrew or something that apparently just learned OSU is a college in central ohio —- please we cant hire a new personality that knows OSU? Bad choice. Im out
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