The Ohio State Buckeyes finished the 2012 college football regular season with a perfect 12-0 record, but NCAA sanctions that included a postseason ban have cost the team a chance at BCS or Big Ten glory.
When Ohio State fans look back through the annals of time, this Buckeyes undefeated season will be nothing but a tainted memory.
As seen by the treatment of disgraced former head coach Jim Tressel (h/t Paul Myerberg of the USA Today), though, the Buckeyes will ignore the truth and view this season through rose-colored glasses.
Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer told Bill Rabinowitz of the Columbus Dispatch about his team moving forward and how this season should be remembered:
After our team meeting on Tuesday, we start a new journey. And however the journey (goes), the foundation’s really, really strong. It couldn’t be stronger, because of our senior class. That’s all I can think about. I want to make sure they’re properly recognized as one of the great…
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