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What Ryan Day's only Michigan win says about how Ohio State could approach The Game in 2024

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Ryan Day’s introduction to the Ohio State-Michigan rivalry as a head coach resulted in success in such a way that he even publicly admitted gave him a feeling of relief.

Back in 2019, OSU got a 56-27 win in Ann Arbor that suggested its dominance in the rivalry would continue into the Day era while Jim Harbaugh was the coach who couldn't get over the hump. Now here we are five years later and oh, how things have changed.

On this episode of Buckeye Talks Stephen Means and Nathan Baird look back at the game discussing a different time in the OSU-Michigan dynamic. As they run through their typical ReTalkable category, they also take a chance to use this game as a potential guideline for how the 2024 game could potentially play out as Day looks to get back in the win column.

Plus, Nathan has an announcement about his future.

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Ryan Day’s introduction to the Ohio State-Michigan rivalry as a head coach resulted in success in such a way that he even publicly admitted gave him a feeling of relief.

Back in 2019, OSU got a 56-27 win in Ann Arbor that suggested its dominance in the rivalry would continue into the Day era while Jim Harbaugh was the coach who couldn't get over the hump. Now here we are five years later and oh, how things have changed.

On this episode of Buckeye Talks Stephen Means and Nathan Baird look back at the game discussing a different time in the OSU-Michigan dynamic. As they run through their typical ReTalkable category, they also take a chance to use this game as a potential guideline for how the 2024 game could potentially play out as Day looks to get back in the win column.

Plus, Nathan has an announcement about his future.

Thanks for listening to Buckeye Talk.

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

  continue reading

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