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Outside the Shoe Podcast: Recapping the Ohio State athletics Hall of Fame inductees

Ten Buckeyes got enshrined, with seven sports getting represented.

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Outside the Shoe is a podcast that focuses on Ohio State sports that aren’t football or men’s basketball related.

Last weekend was a big celebration for the athletic programs around OSU. Ten members were inducted into the athletics Hall of Fame for 2019. Seven sports (baseball, track and field, men’s hockey, women’s hockey, men’s basketball, women’s basketball and football) had representatives.

Meredith Hein and Geoff Hammersley break down each newly inducted member, and some of their accolades at Ohio State.

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Podcast Breakdown
0:00 — Intro
0:38 — Biggest lock for enshrinement
1:47 — Baseball’s Justin Fry
2:36 — Former Buckeye head women’s basketball head coach Jim Foster
3:30 — Stan Lyons and Andrew Pierce, the two members of the track and field team
4:29 — Natalie Spooner and RJ Umberger, the representatives from the hockey programs
5:31 — Thad Matta, and the best memories from his time as OSU men’s basketball coach
7:35 — AJ Hawk, Mike Nugent and Boyd Cherry are the football inductees. A big swath of Buckeye football lore covered amongst the three.