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Buckeye Breakdown Podcast: Inside The Numbers as Ohio State Prepares for Tulsa

Brendan Gulick and Brett Hiltbrand weigh in on some of the key stats this week, as well as other major headlines around the Buckeyes right now.

Ohio State and Tulsa are preparing for a big game in Columbus on Saturday. While the Buckeyes are heavily favored in this one, they are coming off a loss that essentially makes this a statement game. 

The Scarlet and Gray can't afford to just beat the Golden Hurricane. After losing to Oregon, if they want to make the College Football Playoff, the Buckeyes have to pound Tulsa on Saturday.

In tonight's episode, Brett Hiltbrand and I dive into some of the key numbers ahead of this week's game. We also share our thoughts on many of the current issues surrounding Ohio State football right now, and take a number of listener questions! Some of those questions involve Ryan Day, Kerry Coombs, Al Washington and where specifically Ohio State's defense needs to show improvement.

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