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Will Purdue consider another Ohio State assistant in their coaching search?

We discuss Purdue’s head coaching opening, the Wisconsin game, and more on our latest podcast.

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Is there anything in college football more emotional than winning a road night game against a top-ten team? Even if not, Ohio State’s comeback win over Wisconsin provided as many twists and turns as we’ve seen in a Buckeye game since Urban Meyer took the head coaching job in 2012. The Buckeyes’ big win wasn’t the only big news of the week, however.

On this edition of Hangout in the Holyland, Matt and Colton break down not only Ohio State’s big win, but also other stories around college football, including:

  • Purdue’s new opening at head coach, why hiring another Buckeyes assistant wouldn’t be a wise idea for the Boilermakers, and where they might look for their next one.
  • A (now-dated) discussion about Big XII expansion, and why we thought Cincinnati joining the conference wouldn’t have meant a ton for the Buckeyes. While it’s a moot conversation now, you can listen to our thoughts on a hypothetical situation that’s never going to happen!

After that news, the guys look back to the Wisconsin game, give the Badgers credit for playing well, talk about being impressed with another big road win, and Colton praises the play of J.T. Barrett.

Finally, they wrap the show up with a small Penn State preview, why they think Ohio State might lose, and why they hate the Nittany Lions so much.

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