On the Monday edition of the Sam and Brad Show Podcast:
Former OSU standout AJ Hawk discussed being inducted into the Ohio State Athletics Hall of Fame (19.7 seconds)
Sam talked about some news regarding the University of Akron's athletics department. (13:50)
The Sam and Brad Show's Monday edition of the Podcast!
Matt Loede talked about the rough weekend for the Indians. (20.8 seconds)
Sam and Ben Thomas along with Dave in Akron talked about the transfer portal in college football (10:25)
Bill Landis from The Athletic discussed the Ohio State football program and one of their quarterbacks leaving the program. (16:22)
On the Tuesday edition of the Sam and Brad Show, the guys talked about the pros and cons of Freddie Kitchens possibly being the head coach of the Cleveland Browns ( 21 seconds in)
12:43 Bill Landis of the Athletic spoke about former OSU QB Dwayne Haskins Jr. declaring for the NFL Draft on Monday.
24:01 Adam Kramer of Bleacher Report discussed the National Championship and the 2018 college football season with an early look at the 2019 season.
After 13 seasons patrolling the sidelines in Columbus, the Thad Matta era has come to an end at The Ohio State University.
Fighting back emotions during a Monday afternoon press conference, Thad thanked a litany of individuals who were instrumental in his success at OSU with the men's basketball program, but the most important catalysts during this run, where his players.
"Those are the guys that get the job done for me," Matta said. "And 'I'm grateful to them."
Matta leaves as Ohio State's all-time winningest basketball coach with 337 wins.
Matta expressed that his time in Columbus was the greatest time of his coaching life, and when asked how he wanted his tenure with the Buckeyes to be remembered, it goes way beyond wins and losses.
"That to me is something I'm going to hang my hat on is that this program was run the right way," Matta said.
Now that he has stepped down at Ohio State, Matta discussed his #1 goal moving forward is staying healthy.
Matta and Athletic Director Gene Smith said the two came to a mutual understanding that a change was needed in leadership of the men's basketball program. Smith says the search for a successor will come immediately.