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The Buckeye SloopCast: S4E57 — Who’s Your Enemy?

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In this episode of the Buckeye SloopCast, Jared and Kyle cover a number Buckeye-related topics. They start with former OSU quarterback Matthew Baldwin finding his new old home. Then they look at some recruiting, particularly 5-star wide receiver Julian Fleming and his upcoming decision date. The New Years Six bowl games are ranked and rabbled. They also wonder if this is the year the Buckeyes finally lose to an in-state opponent. All of this and much, much more.

The Rundown

Baldwin returning to his home state of Texas

Best WR in 2020 ready to commit… to #OhioState?

How a great TE messes with a defense

We rank the New Years Six Bowl Games

Is the Orange Bowl among the elite of the elite?

…what about the Fiesta?

Could UCinci end #OhioState’s in-state streak?

Are the #Buckeye’s facing a shaky September?

Biggest outside challenge OSU most overcome?

Is #OhioState an afterthought nationally?

#OhioState goes West twice… can they survive?

2019 season expectations

Is a national title even on the table right now?

Are the two HCs in Michigan in trouble?

Basketball #Buckeyes add a piece

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One Response

  1. Which Bowl is better between the Orange and Cotton? In the past 40 years going back before the Playoffs and including the BCS, the Orange Bowl has produced NC’s from Miami (Schnellenberger, Johnson, Erickson), Oklahoma (Switzer, Stoops), Nebraska (Osborne), Florida State (Bowden), USC (Carroll), and even Colorado (McCartney).
    The last Cotton Bowl NC? Was it 1970 with a Darrell Royal NC? I think so. I did not include the Playoffs because those aren’t for the NC and are rotated.
    During my lifetime (70 years) the Orange Bowl has been much more important.

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