Joe Burrow could land at Cincinnati; how many losses in The Game would force Jim Harbaugh out at Michigan?
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Joe Burrow reportedly leaning toward Cincinnati over LSU
Joe Burrow could pick a new school soon, and the former Ohio State quarterback seems to be down to three schools. Burrow visited Cincinnati and LSU last weekend and is favoring the in-state Bearcats over the Tigers, according to SEC Country’s Sam Spiegelman. Burrow reportedly feels more comfortable at Cincinnati, where he is familiar with more players on the roster and ex-Buckeyes defensive coordinator Luke Fickell is the coach. Burrow also could take a visit to North Carolina this week, according to HuskerOnline’s Sean Callahan.
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How many losses to Ohio State would force Jim Harbaugh out at Michigan?
Jim Harbaugh is 0-3 so far as Michigan’s coach against Ohio State. Harbaugh is measured by his overall record at Michigan and his record against Ohio State. So Land of 10’s Ryan Ginn answered an interesting question this week: How many losses to Ohio State would force Harbaugh out at Michigan? Buckeyes fans hope that record is 0-4 in about six months.
Ohio State-Michigan to air on FOX in 2018
Speaking of The Game, the 2018 installment of Ohio State-Michigan will air on FOX. The network reportedly highlighted some marquee matchups that will be on its airwaves during its upfront presentation this week. Gus Johnson likely will be on the call, and this marks the second consecutive year the Ohio State-Michigan game will be on FOX. The Buckeyes are going for their seventh consecutive win in the rivalry as Urban Meyer tries to keep his record vs. Michigan unblemished.
Ohio State basketball to face Creighton in 2018 Gavitt Games
Ohio State basketball has a meeting with Creighton this season. The Buckeyes and Bluejays will face off on Nov. 14 in Omaha, Neb., as part of the Gavitt Tipoff Games, the Big Ten announced Tuesday. It should be a good early-season test for Ohio State in Chris Holtmann’s second season. Creighton went 21-12 last season and has made the NCAA Tournament in five of the last seven years. Here is the full schedule of the 2018 Gavitt Games.
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Correction: Creighton University’s location was incorrect in the original post. Land of 10 regrets the error.