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The Sons of Schmidt S3E16: Bowl Week 1

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Welcome to Sons of Schmidt Thursday on Hayes & Cannon and The Ozone Radio Network!

Now that the Ohio State news cycle has slowed down just a bit, we can finally get to the season wrap up. As the Sons planned to do last week, the season ending awards are given out in segment one.

The guys look around the bowl schedule in segment two. There are a few games each guy would like to see and are looking forward to. Are there any that you want to see?

To end the show, we make our Son of a Schmidt! rants.  Brandon explains his distaste of the college football word thinking as he discusses his article from last Friday on Hayes & Cannon. Mike, who self-proclaims a love of college football, has a shocking announcement. There is a recap of the last Schmidt Picks of the season, and our first round of bowl picks are in.

Let us know what you think in the comments below. Go Bucks! OH!

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