COLUMBUS, Ohio — There was no need for Urban Meyer to address the USA Today coaches’ poll last year.
Even now that the Ohio State coach could mention with his team once again eligible for votes from his peers, that approach isn’t going to change.
Meyer acknowledged the rankings briefly to the media during an appearance at the safety clinic he co-hosted on campus Thursday morning with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, but he quickly moved on from the topic and turned his attention elsewhere. And that will apparently be the same way he’ll address it with the Buckeyes as they report for the start of training camp this weekend.
“I’m anxious to get to Sunday, because all that won’t be discussed one time,” Meyer said. “High expectations have been discussed, but not about the number.
“We all know that doesn’t [matter].”
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