In this edition of the Big Me Kickoff, we are focusing in on the upcoming game with the Toledo Rockets. This in-state team has had success in past year knocking off major foes including the likes of Penn State, Michigan, Iowa State and other and in 2021 came oh-so-close to taking down Notre Dame.
Despite only being a couple hour car ride away from Columbus, what do we really know about the 2022 Rockets? We know that their schedule has been maybe even weaker than Michigan’s with games against LIU and UMass to date, but their level of competition takes a steep climb as they take on Ohio State on Saturday night under the lights at Ohio Stadium.
We are catching up with a long-time friend as Kyle Rowland of the Toledo Blade provides some more context into who the Rockets are, what they have accomplished and what their chances are in this one.
All of that and more in this edition of the Big Me Kickoff.
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