The Big Ten's decision to cancel fall football will likely have a lasting effect far beyond the 2020 season. There are already reports nationwide that the conference will take a hit in recruiting if the SEC, Big 12, ACC and others are able to pull off a fall season amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Jeremy Birmingham, who among other things, covers Buckeye recruiting for Letterman Row, joined me Thursday morning to talk about what the loss of fall football means to Ohio State and to the conference. Great information from Jeremy, who thinks Ohio State, because of its brand and its success, can survive but other schools in the league may not be as fortunate. Thanks to Jeremy for taking the time to join us. You can check out the conversation by clicking here to go to our podcast page.