Welcome to Episode 3 of Accost the Field. This week we discuss a bunch of different things surrounding the Ohio State football program. Most of it is based on media availabilities with the Buckeye linebackers and offensive line this past week. We also discuss Notre Dame’s “controversial” media policy and compare it to the policy employed by Ohio State. As always, we close the show with questions from Twitter and the forum.
+ Notre Dame’s new media policy surrounding the football program and how it differs (or sames) from (with) Ohio State.
+ Jerome Baker not knowing what he was doing last year and still doing it really well.
+ The depth chart at linebacker and the young guys making moves.
+ Dante Booker on the comeback and how he felt like his position was taken from him.
+ How the deep passing game is only dangerous if you don’t know what you’re doing.
+ The growth of Isaiah Prince and why he will have a big year in 2017.
+ A report on the freshmen on the offensive line.
+ The overall main point I learned last week about the Buckeyes.
+ More J.K. Dobbins talk.
+ I have a hype train and right now it is four cars long.
+ What does the RB depth chart look like right now and what’s the word on Antonio Williams?
+ What does a Quality Control coach like Brian Hartline actually do?
+ Marcus Baugh’s progress.
+ Which players the OSU staff is most looking forward to seeing this year.
+ Why aren’t people talking about the Oklahoma game?
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