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Podcast Episode 060: Buckeyes chatter with Zac Jackson
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Podcast Episode 060: Buckeyes chatter with Zac Jackson

Zac Jackson from Fox Sports Ohio

After speaking to so many people this week, one thing has become clear.

Ohio State is a huge mystery in 2011.

Zac Jackson from Fox Sports Ohio joined me on the podcast today to discuss the Buckeyes and while our team may have been brief it did not take long for me to discover that Jackson feels the way I do about Ohio State. They have plenty of talent to get through the first few weeks of the season, even with key players serving suspensions (or decided to go pro), and if they can weather the storm, which will include Hurricanes, then they should have a realistic shot to be a force in the Big Ten.

But will they have a chance to play in a postseason game? That remains unknown at this point but Luke Fickel is preparing for the season with that being the main objective. Jackson and I each have taken a look at Fickel over the past couple of weeks and I am interested to see how he does during his year as an interim coach. Will he be sticking around for 2012, or is this a one-and-done term for him?

Have a listen to the podcast below, then make sure you are subscribed in iTunes, and following the show on Get Glue! Follow Jackson on Twitter, as well as Fox Sports Ohio (follow me too). And don’t forget, this podcast can be heard at anytime on Stitcher Radio!

If the audio widget isn’t showing up for you below, click here to listen. (NOTE: There is a brief technical glitch at 14:23. Approximately three seconds of audio was lost.)

About the Author

Kevin McGuire
Contributor to College Football Talk on NBCSports.com. Also a contributor to Athlon Sports and The Comeback. Member of Football Writers Association of America and National Football Foundation. Follow on Twitter @KevinOnCFB.
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