Sam and Brad spoke with Tim May of the Columbus Dispatch to talk about the retirment of Urban Meyer today and they spoke with former OSU linebacker Joshua Perry (14:25) to talk about playing for Coach Meyer.
Sam and Brad spoke with Doug Lesmerises to start off the Sam and Brad Show Podcast.
Later on, the guys spoke with WKYC Sports Content Writer Bud Shaw to talk all things Cleveland Sports.
The Urban Meyer suspension was handed down yesterday and the coach of the Buckeyes will serve a three game suspension for his role in the Zach Smith situation.
Ohio State beat writer Tim May of the Columbus Dispatch joined the Sam and Brad Show to discuss the suspension and what's next for Ohio State football.
Ari Wasserman of the Athletic joined the Sam and Brad Show to talk about the latest in the Urban Meyer situation.
College football writer Bill Bender spoke with Sam and Brad to talk about OSU head football coach Urban Meyer being placed on paid administrative leave in the wake of the Zach Smith domestic abuse situation.
A report from Brett McMurphy stated that Meyer knew of Smith's abuse of his ex-wife Courtney and did not take immediate action. Meyer said he knew nothing of the allegations against Smith, who was a former receivers coach for the Buckeyes during Big 10 Media Days 10 days ago.
College football analyst and reporter Brett McMurphy joined the Sam and Brad Show to talk about his latest report alleging OSU head football coach Urban Meyer indeed knew about domestic violence allegations levied against Zach Smith, a former receivers coach in 2015.
He (Meyer) said during Big Ten Media Days he was unaware of any allegations or issues involving Smith and his ex-wife Courtney.
Brett's report can be read here.
We will keep you updated on this ongoing story once more information becomes available.
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.
Three-time national championship coach Urban Meyer is considered to be one of the more motivationally moving coaches in college football, and with that, he wants to implement some of his leadership and motivational thoughts with people in all walks of life.
Author Wayne Coffey and Urban co-authored the book Above the Line, a book containing many of those life lessons and acronyms.
Coffey joined Brad Russell in the Average Sports Show to talk about the book and some of the tenents from the book that can make a positive impact on your life.
Coffey's biggest takeaway from working with Coach Meyer is his zest for self-improvement and making the most out of each day.
"This is a guy who admits he doesn't have all the answers," Coffey said. "He says that more coaches might know more football than he does, but nobody will outwork him to get the most out of his players, or get the most out of each day."
One of the big takeaways from the book from Brad's perspective is the acronym BCD (Blame, Complain and Defend).
"It's non-productive and you can just try to make the best of the situation," Brad said.
You can buy the book on Amazon or whereever books are sold.