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One on One

May 17, 2015 - June 7, 2015

One on One is back! Beginning Sunday, May 17th, we’re going one on one with one of Ohio States most loved alumni. Two-time all-American, four-time NFL Pro Bowler and in the College Football Hall of Fame, Chris Spielman. Week two we’re sitting down with three-time Coach of the Year, Tom Ryan, who is bringing with him not one, but SIX members of his national championship wrestling team. Then we're going One on One with Mark Pantoni, Director of Player Personnel and Head of Recruiting for Ohio State Football, as we talk about this historic season past and look ahead with Ohio State Linebackers Joshua Perry, Darron Lee and quarterback J.T. Barrett. We’re also saving room for one final mystery guest, one who has sat in this chair before, one who has long captured the heart of the city of Columbus. You won't want to miss this series at Rock City!

Week 4: One on One with Aaron Craft

We’re saving room for one final guest, one who has sat in this chair before, one who has long captured the heart of the city of Columbus, Aaron Craft. Along with Ohio State's Trey McDonald and Jake Diebler.

Week 3: One on One with Mark Pantoni

Were going One on One with Mark Pantoni, Director of Player Personnel and Head of Recruiting for Ohio State Football, as we talk about this historic season past and look ahead with Ohio State Linebackers Joshua Perry, Darron Lee, and the man who led his team all season long before his season ending injury, one who captured the heart of buckeye nation with humility and leadership, quarterback J.T. Barrett.

Week 2: One on One with Tom Ryan

We’re sitting down with three-time Coach of the Year, Tom Ryan, who is bringing with him not one, but SIX members of his national championship wrestling team. Including four-time NCAA National Champion Logan Stieber, Nathan Tomasello and Kyle Snyder.

Week 1: One on One with Chris Spielman

We’re going one on one with one of Ohio States most loved alumni. Two-time all-American, four-time NFL Pro Bowler and in the College Football Hall of Fame, Chris Spielman. Chris shares with us a powerful story that can only be described as devastatingly hopeful.