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Buckeye Weekly Podcast — An Open Letter to Jim Harbaugh’s Open Letter

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In this episode of the Buckeye Weekly podcast, Tony Gerdeman and Tom Orr revisit the question from last week about what would things look like had Michigan beaten Ohio State in 2016. Feedback from the listeners has demanded it. Following that, the fellas then get into Jim Harbaugh’s open letter on fixing college football, which is basically an ill-disguised desire to see Ohio State’s players leave for the NFL as freshmen and sophomores.

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[Buckeye Weekly is an Ohio State podcast that covers Ohio State football, Ohio State recruiting, and Ohio State basketball.]

One Response

  1. If Harbaugh ever gets players just as good as the ones he can’t beat here at Ohio State, would he support them leaving after one or two years? His ideas could end up kicking him in the ass some day. Or has even thought he’d get players as good as Ohio State’s?

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