There is no doubt that the ceiling for the Ohio State Buckeyes is much higher than it would have been had Jim Tressel remained as the head coach.
That’s not to say Tressel wasn’t great. Winning six Big Ten championships, four BCS bowls and a national championship in 10 seasons is a remarkable achievement.
The difference is Meyer’s resume is much better, winning two national championships in the last six seasons and doing so coming out of the SEC.
When it comes to coaching, here are five things Meyer does better than Tressel.
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