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Accost the Field — Instant Reaction From 49-26 Over Indiana

Accost the Field with Tony Gerdeman and Tom Orr Ohio State Podcast Ohio State Football Buckeyes

In this episode of Accost the Field, Tony Gerdeman and Tom Orr give their instant reaction from Ohio Stadium following Ohio State’s 49-26 win over Indiana. After talking to players and coaches, Tom and Tony give their thoughts on what they saw on the field, after the game, and heard from everyone who had something to say. Topics include a defense that doesn’t seem to have answers until the second half, and a running game that hasn’t been able to do much running. Also Dwayne Haskins is pretty good. All of this and much more.

There isn’t much of a rundown, but you can imagine what was talked about. Topics such as: Can a national title team have a defense like this? Can the Buckeyes get away with having a running game like this? Aren’t the chandeliers on the Titanic beautiful?

This show was recorded less than an hour after the game ended, so you know it’s fresh. Our shows are never flash frozen (except for our Wednesday shows).

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[Accost the Field is an Ohio State podcast that covers Ohio State football, Ohio State basketball, and Ohio State recruiting.]

2 Responses

  1. Tony, I would love to see you write an article on the LBs, especially with lots of evaluation and suggestion. This position still is the weak link on the defense. There was a play on Saturday with a slow LB on a wideout where the QB overthrew that very WIDE-OPEN wideout. I assume that we thought it was a running down or something, but we simply cannot put our slow LBs on opposing WRs who are on the edge. Moreover, Borland is simply a liability out there. He’s the OSU version of Cody Allen and Andrew Miller (this year) for the Tribe: stick them on the mound, and it’s a virtual guarantee that a run or more will score. Can’t we at least go with our 3 most athletic LBs, which I would think to be Harrison, Browning, and Booker? And who is our elite walk-out LB for this year’s version of the Silver Bullets?

  2. There are many who spout their comments about this game. Manu have no clue as to what happened. Yes there is room to grow and get better! Yes we will accomplish this as Urban Myers is one of the nest at developing players!
    I feel it was a very good challenge for our players. They were no doubt worn out from the game with Penn State. They learned what it takes to reach from within and become elite!
    Yes, there are individuals who can pick the game apart. I was taught the best defense is the best offense, whoever scores the most points wins!

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