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Urban Meyer legacy debate, how Buckeyes fixed defense

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Urban Meyer legacy debate, how Buckeyes fixed defense

COLUMBUS — It’s Monday, meaning another edition of Lettermen Live presented by Roosters is here to break down the latest Ohio State news and notes.

This week, host Austin Ward is joined by Lettermen Row Director of Recruiting Jeremy Birmingham and former Ohio State players Anthony Schlegel and Justin Zwick to break down a hotly-debated topic: Urban Meyer’s legacy.

The guys talk about what Meyer did to elevate the Ohio State football program, the national title run in 2014 and what Meyer’s lasting legacy will be on the football program.

The gang also discusses how the Buckeyes were able to turn their defense around, as well as what they need to do in order to keep it at a championship level. It’s Lettermen Live, and it’s all presented by Roosters.

Don’t have time to watch the video? Want to catch it on your drive? Lettermen Live is also available in audio form on all podcast platforms.

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His legacy as one of the greats can not be disputed. I think where there may be some question is where he let his friendship with his coaches blind him as far as what was transpiring on and off the field. Schiano, Davis and especially Smith were kept too long due to his loyalty which I think hurt the program in some respects. Iowa, Purdue, and Maryland (even though it wasn’t a loss) would not have happened with Hafley.

Steve TTT
Steve TTT

Asking whether Urban underachieved at OSU is like asking if Harbaugh has overachieved at Michigan. The answer is no, there’s no basis for debate, let’s move on.

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