Urban Meyer and his co-offensive coordinators, Tom Herman and Ed Warriner, took over an offense that was well below-average in 2011 and turned them into the Big Ten’s best scoring offense in one season.
In year two of the Meyer regime, Ohio State will return 100 percent of its passing yards, 99 percent of its rushing yards, 85 percent of its receiving yards and 80 percent of the starting offensive line.
The Buckeyes will also regain the services of Jordan Hall and bring in a new crop of Meyer-recruited high-profile recruits.
Put all that together, and we’ll likely see some more offensive explosions in Columbus next fall.
Here’s a breakdown of what I expect the depth chart to look like for the 2013 season.
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