Episode 21: State of Midlands v. Jordan Ryder (with Neal Schuett)

Episode 21 November 25, 2019 00:53:58
Episode 21: State of Midlands v. Jordan Ryder (with Neal Schuett)
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Episode 21: State of Midlands v. Jordan Ryder (with Neal Schuett)
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Show Notes

"I'm so sorry this happned [that we were gone for so long]" "It's all my fault [that we didn't upload sooner]" We promise we're not gone, we were just (missing). Thanks for following in Jordan Ryder's footsteps and never calling the police. Criminal Case Committee Neal Schuett joins Ben and Drew to talk State v. Ryder, his thoughts on winning a national championship both as a competitor at Iowa and a coach at Miami, and how hard it is to plan for crazy theories when writing a case where the defendant has no affidavit.

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