Ohio State’s 2012 season is no doubt among the most intriguing seasons in program history, despite the fact that the Buckeyes are banned from postseason play.
The Buckeyes’ season is limited to just the 12 regular season games regardless of the team’s record at season’s end.
But that doesn’t mean that the team will be a pushover.
Most people forget that this roster is still among the more talented teams in college football and should translate much better to Urban Meyer’s new offensive system.
The roster is mostly inexperienced, but does feature a host of very experienced players, especially on the defense, with stars like John Simon leading the way.
Youngsters Ryan Shazier and Bradley Roby are among the best young back seven players in the country and each showed flashes of brilliance.
Meyer’s arrival into Columbus this season comes at a pretty good time, as he will make sure that his teammates don’t slack and take this season for…
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