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The Sons of Schmidt S3E17: A Brand New…Host?

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

As we mentioned last week on the show, our Co-Host Brandon is not available this week. That means Mike had to go to the Buckeye bullpen to get a replacement for today’s show.

Our guest host this week has a long and storied career covering the Buckeyes and is an Ohio State Podcasting legend.

This week, Mike shares the recording studio with Joe Dexter.

After welcoming Joe back in, he and Mike look back at the Ohio State season. What did Joe think about the 2018 Buckeyes? How does he feel about Urban leaving and Ryan Day taking over?

In our second segment, The Sons look at the excitement building for this year’s Rose Bowl.

We close with Joe excitingly stepping in to give a Son of a Schmidt, and some Schmidt Bowl Picks.

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

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