COLUMBUS — The Ohio State Buckeyes didn’t waste time dwelling on their 31-16 loss to Oklahoma. They have devoted all their time since Saturday getting ready for a unique opponent: Army. “We put that (loss to bed),” coach Urban Meyer said Monday. “We met. We watched it. Then it was — even last night — right on to Army. You need to spend every waking moment from until the foot hits the ball to prepare against the wishbone.” The Golden Knights’ chances of upsetting Ohio State at 4:30 p.m. ET Saturday are slim. Army has not defeated a team ranked in the Associated Press poll — Ohio State dropped from No. 2 to No. 8 this week — since knocking off No. 15 Air Force in 1972. Even Army coach Jeff Monken recognizes how big of an underdog his team is, while at the same making sure his team has…
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