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Podcast Rebellion: Trying to decipher the debate of elite OL vs. elite RB

It’s a debate as old as time.

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The off-season is officially over and fall camp begins on Friday. So naturally we are going to talk about football because we’re going insane and need this, okay?

On this episode, we delve into the debate of whether or not you would want a fantastic offensive line leading the way for a pretty good running back or the flip-side, a eh-okay offensive line doing their best to open up holes for a phenomenal running back.

We also talk about undeserved hype in terms of the Heisman Trophy race, our favorite things about the off-season, and what Rich Rodriguez would potentially look like if he were to be the next head coach in Oxford.

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