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Silver Bullets Podcast — Fiesta Bowl Rewind, Declarations, and Changes

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Ugh. Yes, we know. We saw it. We didn’t like it either. But it wasn’t all bad and we still have to talk about it. Obviously I’m talking about Tony Gerdeman co-hosting last week and not Ohio State’s 29-23 loss to Clemson in the Fiesta Bowl. OK, that last sentence might be a lie. Probably.

The Buckeyes went to the Fiesta Bowl and came up six points short despite actually scoring those six points only to see them forcibly removed from the scoreboard by a guy wearing a headset instead of a helmet. We’ll talk about the scoop and score that wasn’t (but should have been), targeting, roughing the punter, and also the good things that happened in the desert on that terrible football field. J.K. Dobbins was a warrior, Justin Fields stood in the pocket and delivered, and the Buckeyes did almost everything they needed to do. Almost.

It was a painful and seemingly premature end to what was otherwise a special first season at the helm for Ryan Day. We break down the game in our usual way and discuss everything we can stand to talk about.

But there’s other news. Dobbins is going pro. Shaun Wade might be going pro. Mike Yurcich is going to hitch his wagon to Texas Tom Herman. A tight end joined Ohio State’s 2021 class. We’ve got another full show for you. Enjoy! Or at least just commiserate.

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2 Responses

  1. I truly believe Day will be an even better coach because of this Fiesta Bowl. I think he is a naturally aggressive strategist and that won’t go away… but he will now have the experience to know when to temper that. That punt block call was not the call for a team who had not been stopped on offense all game and was about to get the ball back at mid field or better (and that’s just one example). Very hard to get to playoffs but we will have a shot and should have a good season next year (anywhere from 9-3 to 12-0 depending on momentum, health, bounces of the ball)

    1. Ejection very questionable and it was a fumble and td! We got robbed! We should’ve won. Go Joe Burrow and Tigers. Beat the snott out of the chumpsons. Keep on high alert on the stripes and replay.

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