BSD Podcast With Special Guest, ESPN's Adam Rittenberg

Silas Redd and Ohio State play prominently in this podcast. This was the best picture to capture both. (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)

Two Adams don't make a right. Black Shoe Diaries' favorite Adam (Collyer) joins me on the latest BSD podcast, which includes a guest appearance by ESPN's Adam Rittenberg. I know many of you have strong feelings about ESPN and their coverage of Penn State over the past three months, but Rittenberg is a really good guy who knows what he is talking about and we certainly appreciate him taking time out of his busy schedule to join us.

Some minor technical difficulties popped up at spots, but the conversation was a good one that included Penn State's recent recruiting success, an outlook for 2012, and Adam Collyer stating that Nick Saban and Urban Meyer are equals.

Some other things to look out for:

  • 2012 Big Ten predictions (Michigan State is a popular pick, and we can't really pick a Leaders Division favorite)
  • Big Ten Heisman candidates (Collyer names Silas Redd, but only as his dark horse candidate)
  • See if you can hear me cracking a new beer in the 23rd minute

Listen here or download the mp3 (still working on the iTunes upload, will update this post when it's available

Two Adams, One Jeff (now the proper version...I hope)

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