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Can Kill compete with Urban Meyer?

The Gophers won't play the Buckeyes until 2015, but it's still fun to look ahead to the potential first meeting between Minnesota head coach Jerry Kill and Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer. Meyer was hired Monday to lead the Buckeyes.
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The Gophers won't play the Buckeyes until 2015, but it's still fun to look ahead to the potential first meeting between Minnesota head coach Jerry Kill and Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer. Meyer was hired Monday to lead the Buckeyes.

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