Land-Grant Holy Land’s newest podcast series, Stick to Sports, will be unlike any podcast you’ve heard within the Ohio State beat. Your hosts, Tia Johnston and Matt Tamanini, will (of course) talk Ohio State football, but the primary focus of the show will be on what’s going on around the periphery, such as weird/funny happenings in college football and the sports world at large, as well as other things that keep us interested in between games, whether that’s pop culture, social media trends— you name it.
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In this week’s episode, we discuss their thoughts on Ohio State’s opener against Nebraska, specifically announcers Joel Klatt and Gus Johnson and their questionable comments and takes throughout the game (Re: targeting). We then get into Haskell Garrett and his remarkable two-month journey since getting shot in the face, our differing views on wearing fan-gear after a bad loss and Matt’s Hallmark movie conflict.
We end the show with our what-to-watch recommendations, which leads to a rather long discussion of whether or not we agree with the notion that Paul Hollywood from The Great British Baking Show represents Ohio State fans, and whether or not it’s forgivable that I have not seen a single episode of Saved by the Bell.
I've been thinking about this for two hours. I don't think it's Ohio State. He's pompous, passive-aggressive, and thinks the top reward for a job well done is a handshake. He has the facial hair, butt his is more Michigan or Minnesota energy than OSU.https://t.co/QYXJ5RQN6p— Matt Brown (@MattBrownEP) October 24, 2020
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