After Saturday's impressive win over Big 12 powerhouse Oklahoma, the question remains: Who can beat Ohio State?
Ari Wasserman from Cleveland.com discussed the Buckeyes and their prowess with WAKR's Sam Bourquin.
The Buckeyes have this week off and then they play Rutgers October 1.
Brandon Sneed from the Bleacher Report joined Brad Russell on the show today to talk about the article he wrote entitled I'm Not The Lone Wolf' speaking about Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer.
The article chronicled Meyer and his mental health issues that he experienced during his coaching career.
You can check out the article here.
The Ohio State Buckeyes defeated the Tulsa Golden Hurricane 48-3 at the Horsehoe last Saturday and will get ready for a showdown with the Oklahoma Sooners.
Tim May, OSU beat writer for the Columbus Dispatch talked with Sam Bourquin about the Buckeyes as they head down to Norman.
Buckeyes beat writer Tim May from the Columbus Dispatch spoke with our own Sam Bourquin Thursday ahead of the Bowling Green/Ohio State game at the Horseshoe Saturday at noon.
The Buckeyes are the least-experienced team in Division I football. You can listen to the game Saturday on 1590 WAKR, Akron.
Todd Walker, the play-by-play voice of theFalcons joined the show as well to talk about the game from the Bowling Green perspective.
The Ohio State football team is wrapping up spring practice, and with some holes to fill at certain positions due to graduation and early entry into the NFL, coach Urban Meyer has to see what the youngsters can do to prove themselves moving forward.
Marcus Hartman from the Buckeye Sports Bulletin joined the Sam Bourquin Show to talk about the spring season and what players are doing their best to separate themselves from the pack and become contributors for the Buckeyes this fall.
One of the more interesting battles has been at backup QB between Joe Burrow and Stephen Collier. Marcus says he'll be watching that matchup closely to see who will be #2 behind incumbent starter J.T Barrett.
The Buckeyes are also looking for depth along the offensive line as well, who are losing some multi-year starters, including Taylor Decker to the National Football League's draft later this month. Marcus talked about how the line play and finding the next starters and stars up front is crucial to OSU's success.