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Joshua Perry, Evan Spencer launch ‘Glory Days: Dreams and Nightmares’ chronicling 2014 championship season

Relive the historic season with two of players that made it happen.

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Matt Tamanini Matt Tamanini is the co-managing editor of Land-Grant Holy Land having joined the site in 2016.

Coming up on Wednesday, Aug. 25, Ohio State legends Joshua Perry and Evan Spencer will be releasing the first episode of a new limited-series podcast about the historic 2014 national championship season. “Glory Days: Dreams and Nightmares” will be an 11-part series that recounts the Buckeyes’ historic championship run in capturing the first-ever College Football Playoff.

The former Buckeyes will bring fans into the highs and lows of the season, from the tragic death of a beloved teammate to the iconic wins over Alabama and Oregon. This will be the most intimate opportunity available for fans to hear the inside stories from the players who were there and made it happen.

“We bring fans on a journey of game-breaking moments, adversity, tragedy and perseverance that was powered by a firm belief that teamwork and brotherhood would prevail,” Perry said.

The first episode will feature Perry discussing the game that propelled the Buckeyes to their success in 2014, the Big Ten Championship Game from the previous season in which Ohio State lost to Michigan State, the team’s first defeat under then-head coach Urban Meyer.

Throughout the season, Perry, Spencer, and moderator Chris Caldwell will discuss everything from the difference between the 2013 Ohio State team and the 2014 national champions, Meyer’s unique coaching style and approach to The Game, and much more.

Additionally, 2014 Ohio State co-captain Curtis Grant will be featured on each episode to deliver his “Captain’s Perspective” on the events discussed.

Episodes will release on Wednesday mornings and will be available wherever you find your podcasts. For more information, visit