Alec Pierce: 'Only One Place' Luke Fickell Would Ever Go

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Pierce made the comments on The Pat McAfee Show.

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CINCINNATI — Pat McAfee brought new Indianapolis Colts wide receiver onto The Pat McAfee Show this week and he opened about his first few months with the Colts and Luke Fickell's loyalty to Cincinnati.

"This year especially with the Notre Dame job, you just never knew," Pierce explained. "There's probably only one place he'd ever go. I know you're familiar with that place. Being an alma mater there, you couldn't blame him if that job ever comes open."

Pierce is talking about the school in Columbus where Fickell played nose guard at Ohio State from 1993-96 and was a three-time Ohio state wrestling champion at St. Francis De Sales High School. Pierce went on to joke with McAfee that the WWE personality should bring Fickell out for a cameo during an event.

Pierce and the crew had a lot of fun across the appearance, from the dangers of Booray to turning the wide receiver into a John Deere guy. Check out some of the best moments from the interview below.

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There is only one place for any SMART coach! "THE Ohio State University" GO BUCKS


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