With Urban Meyer just recently finishing up his first season with Ohio State, it is now time to begin focusing on next year. Even though we are still more than a half-a-year away from the 2013 season kicking off, it is never too early to begin looking ahead.
The Buckeyes finished the 2012 season with an undefeated record, but we will never know if they had the talent to finish the job in the national championship. Even though running the table is impressive in today’s day and age, the team had more than its fair share of close calls and shaky performances.
You know Meyer is already hard at work on improving his football team, but what are some of the things that next year’s team should have that this year’s team didn’t?
Here are a few areas that should be addressed in order to take Ohio State to the top.
That Game-Changing Wide Receiver
Some would call this the “Percy Harvin player,” while others will just say it is a receiver to help stretch the field. It…
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