🎧 Episode 14: The Impossible Ohioness of Truck Grift
Ace, Alex, and Connor discuss the NIU game, big moods of the week, our picks for the next slate of games, and ARE YOU KIDDING WITH THIS BUCKEYE SCOOP STORY.
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Alex Cook and Connor Southard join your host to look back at Michigan’s win over NIU, give our big moods of the week, pick this week’s slate of games, and go over the wild Buckeye Scoop story-turned-lawsuit.
Topics include: SP+ rankings, getting the ball to the good players, MSU’s September Heisman campaign, if Cade McNamara is the ideal Jim Harbaugh quarterback, the passing offense and the Big Ten’s lack of good passing offenses, Donovan Edwards emerging, whether Michigan has the best backfield in the Big Ten, Rocky Lombardi’s unshakeable confidence, the defense being too solid so far to accumulate big individual numbers, and why in the world a silver spoon baby would (allegedly!) turn into a fraudulent college football insider.
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