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Buckeye Weekly Live: Jimbo Fisher Isn’t Buying What Nick Saban Is Selling

In this live stream instant reaction edition of the Buckeye Weekly Podcast, Tony Gerdeman, Tom Orr, and Kevin Noon share their thoughts on Texas A&M head coach Jimbo Fisher’s press conference addressing Alabama head coach Nick Saban’s allegation that A&M has abused the NCAA’s NIL rules. Was this the greatest press conference in world history? …
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Buckeye Weekly Podcast: What Ryan Day’s New Contract Tells Us About The Future Of Ohio State Football

Ohio State has announced contract extensions for football coach Ryan Day, men’s basketball coach Chris Holtmann, women’s basketball coach Kevin McGuff, lacrosse coach Nick Myers, and men’s hockey coach Steve Rohlik. In this episode of the Buckeye Weekly Podcast, Tony Gerdeman and Tom Orr discuss these extensions, specifically what the Ryan Day extension means for …
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Around The Oval: Chase Bisontis Breaks Down Latest In His Recruitment

Around The Oval is presented by Todd Pennington with Revolution Mortgage. Check out today’s rates HERE! Ohio State is off to a great start with 2023 offensive line recruiting, having landed commitments from Luke Montgomery, Joshua Padilla, and Austin Siereveld. The Buckeyes are looking to add another big time prospect or two to the group, with …
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Around The Oval: Impact Dylan Raiola’s Commitment Has On Ohio State Quarterback Room And Recruiting

Around The Oval is presented by Todd Pennington with Revolution Mortgage. Check out today’s rates HERE! Ohio State got some big news on Friday when former USC starting kicker Parker Lewis announced he would be leaving the Trojans program and transferring to the Buckeyes. Why did Lewis leave Lincoln Riley’s program? Why did he pick Ohio …
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Buckeye Weekly Podcast: Is The Big Ten Getting Rid Of Divisions?

In this episode of the Buckeye Weekly Podcast, Tony Gerdeman and Tom Orr discuss the recent recommendations from the NCAA Oversight Committee regarding temporarily unlimited recruiting classes, and also conference championship game requirement changes. Both recommendations are expected to pass and would mean a two-year waiver on the 25-scholarship cap, as well as a removal …