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Buckeye Weekly Podcast — Who is Ohio State’s Murder Hornet?

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In this episode of the Buckeye Weekly podcast, Tony Gerdeman and Tom Orr answer listener questions including what last season would have looked like with Tate Martell at quarterback, is Ohio State more Sly or Arnold, what happens if the season is moved to the spring, which Buckeye is most likely to be nicknamed the “Murder Hornet,” and much more.

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[Buckeye Weekly is an Ohio State podcast that covers Ohio State football, Ohio State recruiting, and Ohio State basketball.]

3 Responses

  1. Doesn’t a ‘nickname’ characteristically nick the name? In this case, 1 or more existing Buckeye names and/or nicknames?

    Silver Bullets, for example. What does this nickname bring to mind? Characterize? Who gave us that nickname?

    What have Silver Bullets come to characterize over the years?

    …now before you get your head cut off by the ‘just being himself’ of this ‘so exciting’ new insect…

    Buckeyes: Please consider engaging and using your BRAINS …while you still have a neck to connect with….

    What do YOU stand for, that matches/upholds our nicknames, mascots…?

      1. hmmm, Robert: What ‘level of learning’ does your post here suggest?

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