Ohio State was banned from postseason play due to prior NCAA violations in 2012, meaning the Buckeyes’ undefeated season didn’t receive the usual amount of hype. Rings received by the team for going 12-0 will make sure the season doesn’t get forgotten.
Doug Lesmerises of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports the shiny new pieces of jewelry, which head coach Urban Meyer said the team would get for the accomplishment, finally arrived. They sure do make a statement.
Wide receivers coach Zach Smith posted a picture to show it off on Twitter:
Days Like Today Show Us Why Being a Buckeye is Different From Anywhere Else in the Country!! #RingsOnRings #GoldPants twitter.com/CoachZachSmith…— Zach Smith (@CoachZachSmith) April 11, 2013
UPDATE: Friday, April 12 at 10:25 a.m. ET by Tim Daniels
It turns out the rings aren’t the only thing Ohio State is doing to commemorate the 2012 team. Dennis Dodd of CBS Sports passes along a picture from the Wexler Football Complex, which…
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