It is Sons of Schmidt Thursday on The Ozone Radio Network, and your latest episode is now live!
Before starting, the Sons tackle all the Nick Bosa that needs to be covered. As much as everyone loves him, this wasn’t a long discussion. Best wishes Nick, we wish you all the best!
Then, to start segment one, The Sons look back at the Minnesota game, for all the unremarkableness that it was. Clearly there were things that could have been better.
In the second segment, Mike and Brandon look forward to Purdue. The Boilermakers have a gaudy stat line for the season, but are they as good as the numbers say? Purdue has been in every game they have played this season, but neither guy thinks they are very good. And because it is a hot topic, does Purdue pull off the upset this week? Is this the “trap” that a large portion of Buckeye Nation is setting up to be in their minds?
To close out, Brandon and Mike bring their ‘Son of a Schmidt’. Mike has a thing or two to say about the coaches not making adjustments during the game. In a normal week, this would be a classic ‘Son of a Schmidt’.
And then, Brandon comes in off the top rope, touching more on his latest article on Hayes & Cannon. Why was Minnesota the breaking point for Buckeye fans? What changed? What in this game was worse than anything else seen all year? And why is everyone ready to bury the Buckeyes in 2018.
At the wrap up, the guys get in their Schmidt picks. Let us know what you think in the comments below. Go Bucks! OH!
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