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Podcast: Matt Brown discusses first half of Ohio State’s season

The noted college football historian also discusses the larger context of the name, image, and likeness debate.

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On Land-Grant Holy Land In Conversation, we talk to people in and around Ohio State athletics, and the sporting world at large, to bring you a different insight and perspective to the teams, athletes, and university that you love.

On today’s episode, we are in conversation with Land-Grant Holy Land’s editor emeritus and the Associate Director of College Brands for SB Nation, Matt Brown. In our chat, we talk about the first half of the Ohio State Buckeyes’ 2019 football season as well as the debate over name, mage, and likeness rights for student-athletes.

Matt provides his unique insights into the Buckeyes, Ryan Day, Justin Fields, J.K. Dobbins and talks about how much fun the American Athletic Conference is to watch, especially the Tulane Green Wave and SMU Mustangs.

As only he can, MB also puts the discussions about California Senate Bill 206 and the debate around allowing players to earn money based on their likeness in historical context.

Contact Matt Brown
Twitter: @MattSBN
Extra Points: mattbrown.substack.com


Contact Matt Tamanini
Twitter: @BWWMatt

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