The cited podcast is a month old and no longer exists, but I thought it warranted discussion in our slow period.
Feldman and Mandel recently discussed their expectations for how much longer Meyer will coach at OSU. Meyer is currently 53. Mandel expects Meyer to coach another few years until around 2022. Feldman said he "doesn't see Mayer coaching past 56 and certainly not to 60". While their statements are speculative, they did have insight on Stoops stepping down early. The Harbaugh-Meyer battles may not last as long as I expected.
Side note, which scenario do you think would be best for MSU to fade into oblivion?
A) A disaster of a season this year, 2-3 wins. Fire Dantonio and they start fresh with Narduzzi or a wildcard upstart coach.
B) 5-6 wins this year, retain Dantonio (age 61) and give him a few years to try and stabilize the program
The Meyer discussion starts at 20:25