MotSaG Live Podcast #3: Win Over Navy, Looking at the Big Ten & Previewing the Ohio State-Virginia Tech Game

Time for episode #3! If you missed last week’s episode of MotSaG Live, you can watch it by clicking here. It airs live every Tuesday at 6 pm ET.

As always I will be hosting the podcast this week and be joined by fellow MotSaG writers. For the third show, the following MotSaGers will join me: Jeremiah, Shannon, Andrew and Chip. On this show we will talk about the Buckeyes victory over Navy in the opening week, how the Big Ten performed in week one, some of the big national games this week and all of the Big Ten games too. And of course we’ll be previewing Ohio State’s primetime game with the Virginia Tech Hokies, giving our thoughts and predictions for that game also. For this portion of the show we’ll be joined by special guest Jacob Emert, a Virginia Tech beat writer for

Now I”m going to list the following ways to view this podcast. Below is the video player to listen to the podcast. You will be able to listen to it here on the site every week. Don’t fret if you can’t listen live. Once the podcast is over with you will be able to view it as many times as you want, just like any YouTube video. If you’re unable to view it here on the site for some reason we also have you covered if this happens. I’ll link to our YouTube channel right above the player every week and you will be guaranteed to be able to view it there. You can also listen through our Google+ page or follow the main @MotSaG account on Twitter. I will also have the link posted on my Twitter page (@SchottJosh).

You can also subscribe to MotSaG Live on iTunes, as announced on the show last week. You can find our page by typing “MotSaG Live” in the iTunes search box or click here. This episode should be on iTunes later tonight.

It’s going to be a fun and informative show as always. Don’t miss it!

To view it on YouTube, click here.

To view the Google+ event page, click here.

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