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So was Ohio State's 2015 season a good one or not?

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In our latest podcast, we discuss this, and the biggest depth chart battles for the offseason.

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The 2015 Ohio State football season is now in the books, and it's easy to see how it might arouse conflicting emotions. One on hand, Ohio State went 12-1, dunked on top ten Michigan and Notre Dame teams to finish the season, won a major bowl game, and should finish, at worst, ranked No. 5 in the final postseason poll.

On the other hand, Ohio State was loaded with NFL talent all over the field, faced enormous expectations, struggled offensively for most of the season, and missed the playoff. So, was this a good season, or not? How do you even define that?

We discuss this question in our latest podcast, with Matt and Colton. The duo also discuss the biggest offseason depth chart storylines, including what happens with Torrance Gibson and the rest of Ohio State's wideouts, the tight ends, the running backs, and the defensive backfield. We also take a quick peak at Ohio State's schedule next season.

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