The Holy Land boys are back for one of the few remaining offseason podcasts before the Bucks return to the field!
Land-Grant Holy Land’s flagship podcast ‘Hangout in the Holy Land’ is back for a brand new season with brand new co-hosts! While the show has previously just been an in-season project, this year we are coming at you once a week throughout the offseason to keep you updated on all things Ohio State. Join LGHL’s co-managing editor Gene Ross alongside his co-host Josh Dooley as they cover everything from football to basketball to recruiting and more!
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On this week’s episode, Gene and Josh are back to talk about the Buckeyes’ first handful of preseason practices. They break down some of the position battles they are looking forward to and how they think some will shake out, and dive a little bit into how those competitions will shape just how good Ohio State is this season. In addition, the guys talk about some of the individual award lists that the top players on the roster have landed themselves on, and just how likely they think the candidates are to come away with some hardware. They finish things off with a shoutout to Duane Washington Jr., who killed it in his Summer League debut.
Hangout in the Holy Land will be dropping every Wednesday throughout the offseason, and will return to its usual twice-a-week schedule once the regular season gets underway (which, at this point, is sooner than you think!). Be sure to download and listen in wherever you get your podcasts, and leave us a review on Apple to let us know your thoughts and how we can make things even better!
You can also follow us on Twitter @HolyLandPod, as we’ve started to get that account a little more active as we get closer to the regular season, where we will want to hear from you guys even more! If there’s anything you’d like us to talk about on the show, @ us and let us know!
As always, Go Bucks.
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