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Buckeye Weekly Podcast — Instant Reaction From a Wisconsin Wake-Up Call

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In this episode of the Buckeye Weekly podcast, Tony Gerdeman and Tom Orr give their instant reactions from Ohio State’s comeback win over Wisconsin for the Big Ten Championship. They share their thoughts on everything that went down, including quarterback Justin Fields, repeatedly. They talk offense, defense, and the fake punt, and then they give their thoughts on whether or not this was enough to keep Ohio State at No. 1.

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8 Responses

  1. Before you crash for the night, be sure your alarm clocks are set as you intended.

  2. Before you crash for the night, be sure that your alarm clocks are set as you intend.

  3. Didn’t you have a podcast last year where you talked about how Haskins gave OSU a higher ceiling over Joe B,-we couldn’t make playoff with Joe B-well that was 100% wrong-Joe is so much better than every other QB it’s ridiculous

    1. Who was the better QB last year after we had that conversation?

      Yeah, Burrow has developed into a monster, and probably would have been one at OSU as well. But last year, no one was questioning it. And if Haskins was back this year, who knows how much better he might be than a year ago?

    2. I submit to you that if Burrow has beat out Haskins last year and stayed at OSU, then due to the fact that he was always considered a better runner than Haskins, Urban would’ve ruined him, running option plays, instead of transforming us into a downfield passing team like Coach Day had to do with Dwayne. And it would’ve, IMO, had disastrous results.
      Joe Burrow made the correct decision, not only for himself, but for OSU as well.
      He’s one of the more prolific passers in Ohio HS history, and remains a brother to many of his former teammates still at Ohio State. I’ve always wanted the best for him, right up until we play him:)

  4. JK Dobbins continues to get robbed of accolades. JK was CERTAINLY the Player of the game. He’s one of the precious few who actually played outstanding for 4 quarters.

    1. He hit his average against top 10 rush defenses against Wisconsin lol. Coming into the game he was at 170-something against Wisconsin, Penn State and TTUN, and walked out of this game with 174 on the floor. If that stat doesn’t make him one of the best RBs in College Football this year, it at least should make our O-Line the best.

      1. The OLine has definitely done a great job run blocking, but Dobbins is just a next level back. He runs as hard as I remember Pete Johnson running, or Keith Byars. I may be biased by I believe he’s the real Heisman candidate for this years Buckeyes. Guys been lights out against the toughest competition.

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