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Podcast: Penn State Recap

By November 2, 2020 (10:01 am)Football

It’s another post-game recap show, second of the season, recorded nice and early on Sunday morning in the BSB’s offices. Without a ton of pregame news to mention, we jumped right into talking about Ohio State’s ridiculous passing attack featuring Justin Fields, the wide receivers (all two of them) and Ryan Day’s absurdly good play design.

Then, it’s time to throw some cool water on the idea that the running game is fixed, though the offensive line did look quite a bit better, in our estimation.

On the other side of the ball, Jonathon Cooper and the defensive tackles caught our eye, while some major scheme issues against run-pass options served to make Ohio State’s defensive backs look a whole lot worse than they actually are.

Buckeye talk ends with Buckeye leaves and a quick box score breakdown, before Wyatt has a meltdown looking at Minnesota and Michigan wasting as much talent as possible with horrible gameplans in horrible losses to bad teams.

Lastly, Cincinnati should be a playoff team, as should BYU and Coastal Carolina. This is ostensibly a show about Ohio State.

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