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Hangout in the Holy Land Podcast: Post-Rivalry Week randomness — OSU is a basketball school now, offseason changes, and Ryan Day’s popularity

Josh and Chuck attempt to move past The Game by celebrating Buckeye basketball and pondering the future... Of Ohio State football, not so much their own.

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The latest episode of Land-Grant Holy Land’s flagship podcast is here! Join LGHL’s Josh Dooley and Chuck Holmes as they discuss Ohio State football, recruiting, and much, much more! Come for the hot takes, stay for the warm ones.

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On this episode of “Hangout in the Holy Land,” Josh and Chuck ignore Ohio State football completely and instead focus on basketball, wrestling, and synchronized swimming... Just kidding, but kudos to those Scarlet and Gray teams currently taking care of business.

Still a little salty as a result of The Game, the Hangout Boys attempt to boost morale by talking a little roundball. Both of Ohio State’s basketball teams are currently thriving; one doing so rather unexpectedly. So what has been the key to the OSU men’s team’s hot start? And can Chris Holtmann’s squad keep it up?

Elsewhere, some football was recently played. Have you heard? And it will continue to be played by teams seeking a blissful end to their 2023-24 season. However, Ohio State will likely not be one of them. So how can the Buckeyes improve this offseason, and put themselves in a better position to win big games — not just the ones they’re supposed to?

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