O-Zone Podcast: Big Bo, Lags and Frangie

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NFL Hall of Fame finalist Tony Boselli is interviewed on Radio Row at the Super Bowl LI Media Center at the George R. Brown Convention Center, Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2017 in Houston. (Perry Knotts via AP)

JACKSONVILLE – The 2020 NFL regular season will look like none before it.

COVID-19 has guaranteed that, just as it will change how Jeff Lageman, Tony Boselli and Frank Frangie – the Jaguars' game-day radio broadcast team – do their jobs.

Lageman and Boselli, former Jaguars players and now analysts for the team's radio broadcasts, and Frangie – the Voice of the Jaguars – joined senior writer John Oehser on this week's O-Zone Podcast. And while calling NFL games amid a pandemic was a major topic, the trio also went deep into multiple issues as the September 13 season-opener against the Indianapolis Colts approaches.

How will Lageman, Boselli and Lageman call games in '20?

How do they see quarterback Gardner Minshew II – and what does he have to do to establish himself as the Jaguars' franchise quarterback?

What must happen for the Jaguars to exceed national expectations?

How does the trio see the '20 season playing out?

Learn the answers to those questions and more on this week's O-Zone podcast here.

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