COLUMBUS — Urban Meyer knows how to win.
The national championship rings he owns from his two BCS titles at Florida prove that.
The first-year coach also knows how to lose. Even though he hasn’t done it often, going 104-23 in his career, he knows how to stink up a football field.
“If you want to have a bad football team, have a bad defensive line,” Meyer said bluntly. “You can be average in some other spots and hide them, but it’s over if you have a bad defensive line. You have no chance.”
Ohio State must have a very good chance this year, because in most circles, the Buckeyes are considered to have one of the best defensive lines in the nation, with senior defensive end John Simon (6-2, 263) and junior tackle Johnathan Hankins (6-3, 322) being the headliners.
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