It’s never too early to start thinking about the 2013 college football season. That’s especially the case with Ohio State, which has a chance to finish the season undefeated but has no chance to reap any of the rewards.
When the college football rankings come out next spring, Ohio State should be one of the nation’s early favorites. They could very well push the vaunted SEC for the top spot.
Urban Meyer has things back on track in Buckeye land after last season’s struggles. The former Florida and Utah head coach has his team on the heels of an undefeated season, and only rival Michigan stands in the way.
The Buckeyes have put together one of college football’s more impressive seasons in 2012. Despite playing in the Big 10, and all the talk that goes with conference superiority, it still takes a tremendous amount of talent and hard work to finish the season without a blemish.
Behind QB Braxton Miller and Meyer, it’s a possibility in Week 13. Behind both in 2013, it’s a possibility once…
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