COLUMBUS, Ohio — Get insight and reaction to Ohio State football and basketball on the Inside the Shoe podcast, brought to you by Land of 10. In the latest edition, Joe Burrow has ended months of speculation and announced his transfer from Ohio State. Ryan Ginn joins Kyle Lamb to discuss his potential landing spots and whether Dwayne Haskins is ready for the assumed role of starting quarterback in 2018.
Additionally, we examine the long list of playmakers on the Buckeyes roster for the upcoming year and look back at a 2015 recruiting class that continues to surprisingly look worse and worse by the day.
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Topics discussed on Inside the Shoe on Wednesday include:
- Burrow’s long-anticipated decision to transfer and potential landing spots for the QB with two years of eligibility remaining. Burrow will be immediately eligible and has been linked to several major programs including Nebraska, Florida, LSU and UCLA.
- How Haskins might handle the pressure and expectations of being the assumed starter next season and what the coaching staff can do to guide him through the process.
- A huge number of playmakers at Haskins’ disposal and why the offense, oozing with talent, gives Haskins very little wiggle room for being unable to get the job done as the starter.
- With Burrow’s transfer, a reflection on the 2015 recruiting class that continues to have far more misses than hits. Burrow and Matthew Burrell have added to the list of guys moving on from Ohio State since signing, which now numbers nearly a dozen.
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