With apologies to Joe Bauserman and Todd Boeckman, there’s a certain quarterback Ohio State wants these days. For the most part, it started when Troy Smith took over for Justin Zwick as the signal-caller and has continued ever since. Whether it’s been Smith (5,720 career passing yards, 1,168 yards rushing, 68 total touchdowns), Terrelle Pryor (6,177, 2,165, 74) or Braxton Miller (3,198, 1,968, 48), the Buckeyes want a quarterback that can both run and pass.
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