The Ohio State Buckeyes are a road win in Wisconsin and a win over arch rival Michigan away from their first perfect regular season in six years.
Even though the Buckeyes won’t be able to win a Big Ten championship this season, it’s pretty clear the difference Urban Meyer has made on the team in only his first season.
He’s taken a team that won just six games a year ago while looking inept at times and turned it into a 10-0 team that, even though it has not always looked pretty, has gotten the job done every week.
The even more frightening part, not just for the country but for the Big Ten in particular, is that the Buckeyes don’t have the type of players to best run Meyer’s offense, or tremendous talent in some areas of the defense.
In other words, this is a team that is flawed in some ways, yet is unbeaten in the Big Ten and has looked pretty good at times doing it, especially in its 63-38 against Nebraska in Week 6.
So what does that mean for the rest of the Big Ten?
That means OSU’s message has gone out: Step up or be left behind in the dust.
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