Urban Meyer led the Ohio State Buckeyes to a 12-0 season despite the team being under a postseason ban and coming off a 6-7 season. Yet he didn’t win the Big Ten Coach of the Year Award.
No, a Buckeye football coach hasn’t won the award since Earle Bruce won it in 1979, his first year at Ohio State. Since that season Ohio State has won 13 Big Ten titles—14 if you are like me and want to count this season—but their coach has never deserved the award, apparently.
So let’s look outside the Big Ten, where Braxton Miller was voted second team All-Big Ten by the coaches yet won the QB of the Year, Offensive MVP and Big Ten Player of the Year awards, because they are just goofy.
Which of the Buckeyes currently on the roster have a chance to win major, national awards during their time on the campus of Ohio State?
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