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LGHL Can Ohio State really get 100,000 fans to their spring game?

Discussion in 'News' started by Matt Brown, Apr 13, 2016.

  1. Matt Brown

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    Can Ohio State really get 100,000 fans to their spring game?
    Matt Brown
    via our friends at Land-Grant Holy Land
    Visit their fantastic blog and read the full article (and so much more) here

    And should that many people even want to go? We discuss that, and more, on our latest podcast.

    Ohio State's spring game is this Saturday, and that's the last opportunity to watch some football-like substance over the next several months. The weather in Columbus is projected to be excellent, and given what an important recruiting weekend it is for the Buckeyes, Ohio State's football staff would like to see a huge turnout. Urban Meyer mentioned he'd love to see 100,000 people attend, which would break records.

    Does Ohio State have a shot at hitting that attendance benchmark? Given what kind of game this is projected to be, should you even want to go?

    Matt and Colton break this down on our latest podcast, along with the other major spring game storylines, like which players and position groups they'll be watching for, and they'll confidence levels with various players. They also hit the latest updates in Ohio State basketball recruiting news, satellite camps, and more.

    You can find us on iTunes, thanks to our fancy iTunes page, or our fancy SB Nation podcast page. You can also subscribe via RSS on Android and Windows Phone devices. If you're listening on iTunes, writing us a nice review would certainly help other people find the show

    Or, you could just listen below:

    Thanks for listening!

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