As we all know, life is deeper than just football. It goes without saying. That doesn’t mean sports aren’t important — if anything that’s why they are important. Sports bring people together, sports create stories, sports teach you about winning and losing, sports get you in shape, sports get you interested, and sports matter because they don’t matter. This podcast started because of a buckeye here and a buckeye there. Football got us here, but this podcast and football run deeper.
But it’s still almost Michigan week. And we need us a Jack Tatum and The Game story — and we have one, told by Nate Oliver.
Topics in this episode:
- Ohio State vs. Indiana game | Miyan Williams | Kamryn Babb
- The Game
- CJ. Stroud’s willingness to run can be a difference-maker
- Desmond Howard bias
- “It Starts With You”
Nate played for the Buckeyes mostly under Coach Jim Tressel between 2007-2011.
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Useful web pages from this episode:
More content related to Ohio State and it goes beyond sports:
- Sports Bring People Together
- Accept Responsibility for the Position You Are In | by Jimmie Bell
- Tribalism in Sports x Player Mindset | Buckeye Focused 8
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