Even if Ohio State loses its final two games of the regular season, the team’s first year under the guidance of head coach Urban Meyer will have been a successful one.
Not even the staunchest Ohio State supporter could have predicted that the team would take to Meyer’s system as quickly—and as well—as they have.
To be fair, the Buckeyes’ record is a bit deceiving. Outside of No. 16 Nebraska, they haven’t faced a ranked team all season long, and other than the Cornhuskers, only two other schools—Penn State and Central Florida—have winning records on the season.
With no postseason to look forward to, Ohio State is not only playing for perfection and pride, but it will continue to try and improve in all facets of the game, giving the Buckeyes an even better chance of repeating their success next season.
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