Its the end of March and man alive do we have a show for you this week.
First, we start things off by bringing you the latest news on what I’m deeming “Braxtigram.” When it comes to the NCAA, we always pull out the heavy artillery. Our own MaliBuckeye breaks down the difference between posting your photo on instagram and potentially damaging a program with the oh so meaningful NCAA Violation.
One week after the Ohio State Buckeyes started their march to a wrestling championship, The Lantern’s Patrick Kalista stops by to review the improbable run to the first team championship in the program’s 94 year history.
Kalista was in St. Louis to witness first hand to witness the strong start on Thursday and the final match of Logan Stieber’s career. We also talk about the emergence of Bo Jordan through the weekend, what the Stiebers have meant to building up the program, the aggressiveness of Nathan Tomasello on his run to a national championship match, and Logan’s place in Ohio State Athletic history.
While the Buckeyes were winning a championship in St. Louis, the men’s basketball squad saw it’s season come to an end in Portland. After an impressive overtime win against VCU, Ohio State was demolished by Arizona on Saturday.
Buckeye Sports Bulletin’s Blake Williams was there for both games and helps us break down the end of the season. Blake shares his insight on D’Angelo Russell’s high level performance against the Rams, helps us answer if there is any reason for the freshman to return to play his sophomore season, If he sees any coaching changes in the near future, and the lasting impression of the senior class.
We also share some GREAT news! The Buckeye Sports Radio APP is available on iOS and on your iPhone, iPad and in the iTunes store!
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