The Ohio State Buckeyes met their main goal in 2012: They won every game they played.
Urban Meyer took over a team that couldn’t play for a Big Ten title or a national title, yet they bonded together and had Ohio State’s sixth perfect season.
The team was forced to remain so focused on winning the next game, something that wasn’t always easy, that they didn’t seem to have many extraneous goals.
However, in 2013, with the postseason ban lifted and things back to normal (Buckeye fans expecting the team to compete for a national title), the team is poised to set records and achieve great things.
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