Urban Meyer’s Ohio State Buckeyes rolled through the 2012 regular season with the dominance one would expect from one of the most prestigious football programs in the country led by one of the best head coaches in all of football.
And while the 12-0 Buckeyes watched on as the college football bowl season played out without them, they could take plenty away from a season that saw Ohio State steamroll the Big Ten and set the tone for a 2013 campaign that could be even better.
With another tremendous recruiting class in tow, the Buckeyes enter the season as the prohibitive favorites to secure the Big Ten title and a chance at national championship glory, but there are some big challenges that lie ahead—perhaps none bigger than the annual end-of-season rivalry game that is among the best in all of sports.
Ohio State has the talent, coaching and winning pedigree to go the distance this season. It will have to get past these three teams to do so, however.
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