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Podcast: Ohio State’s coaching staff is repeating the habits that have cost them before

It’s time to rant about some of the decisions Urban Meyer is making.

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There’s a lot to be happy about in regards to Ohio State’s 49-26 win over Indiana. Dwayne Haskins had one of the finest days in school history, and was again named Big Ten Conference Player of the Week. The receivers continued to prove that they’re the best position group on the team, and are the feel-good story of the season. Ohio State won by 23 against a 4-1 Indiana squad that always plays them tough.

Ohio State also has major issues they need to fix if they want to make a run at this year’s College Football Playoff.

On this episode of the Hangout in the Holy Land, Patrick Mayhorn and I recap the Indiana game, and discuss why we think that how Urban Meyer and his staff are making similar mistakes to ones they’ve made in the past, and why it’ll cost the Buckeyes if it keeps happening.

Show notes

1:21- Disclaimer

2:50- Coaches aren’t putting players in positions to succeed, starting with the defense.

32:57- A review of Haskins’ incredible day

34:34- The wide receivers keep getting better

40:45- Defensive review

49:39- Recapping everything else that happened in college football on Saturday.