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Tony Gerdeman
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May 8, 2019 11:45 am  
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In this episode of the Buckeye Weekly podcast, Tony Gerdeman and Tom Orr have a thorough discussion on the expectations for the Ohio State defense, and in particular the back seven. The fellas also talk about the segment of Buckeye fans who are doubting Justin Fields. Most of the show is listener questions, which also includes discussions...

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John Kolar
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May 8, 2019 8:57 pm  

I just want to make a comment and a correction. Tom said BGSU hasn't been relevant since Urban Meyer was their coach. In 2014 and 2015 Dino Babers won the MAC East both seasons and took the Falcons to a bowl game each season. Meyer never finished higher than 3rd in the MAC East. Their overall records were similar Meyer: 17-6 and Babers: 18-9. If the Falcons were relevant under Meyer, they were at least as relevant under Babers, if not more so.


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Tony Gerdeman
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May 8, 2019 9:37 pm  

I always appreciate people correcting Tom. I would also like to correct myself when I said Baker Mayfield didn't start as a true freshman.

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James A. Mills
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May 9, 2019 8:10 pm  

NOBODY likes a cowardly traitor. Bye Baldwin. Be gone and stay gone. It's creepy as hell listening to Buckeye sports writers lavish so much time on the clown.

I'll always cheer for the Buckeyes on Saturdays, but, I will never be a fan of Justin Fields. He's just another clown like Baldwin, and all the other non graduate spoiled little transfer portal brat. Hope he sets every record there is to set, but, in 5 - 10 years I'll have to look up the 2019 and 2020 Buckeye rosters to recollect his name.

Comparing a crybaby to guys like Troy Smith and Cardale Jones is flat out ridiculous, and, insulting to their legacy.

Not a mystery why the Buckeye defense collapsed some in 2017 and hit rock bottom in 2018. People got their wish and Luke Fickell left. The Buckeyes were "addled" by a joke named Billy Davis, and Mr. Exotic and no one of the coaching roster to put those idiots in their place and make IMMEDIATE changes. I fault Urban Meyer for losing focus and taking the appropriate steps.

Teradja should start in the middle, and Browning opposite Harrison on the outside. Tuf Borland starting over Mitchell is just like the disastrous comedy of errors at safety when it took a booting out of Jordan Fuller to expose. Brenden was the best safety during every practice, but, he wasn't the teachers pet. Same scenario with guys like Tuf Borland and Pete Werner. Pete should be competing with Jahsen Wint for back-up at the Bullet position. He's not strong enough nor does he dissect plays quick enough to play a standard linebacker

Shaun Wade might just be the best defender on the entire roster. Whatever it takes to get him on the field.......pull the trigger and make it happen.


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