COLUMBUS, Ohio - The suspensions of Rod Smith and Bradley Roby weren't the only items Ohio State coach Urban Meyer discussed Saturday afternoon after what he called an important intra-squad scrimmage.
Meyer said the scrimmage was "good" and admitted "if it wasn't, I probably wouldn't tell you guys."
Two weeks from the season opener vs. Buffalo, Meyer said his team is "not ready to play a game. The good thing is we have two weeks to get ready."
Meyer has long been a believer in a military-style "power of the unit" approach and said only when Ohio State has nine positional units ready for the bright lights will the Buckeyes reach their goals. He said right now he has "four or five" units ready and the rest working to catch up.
The linebackers "are not ready," Meyer said. "We're not there yet. They have some work to do."
Each first unit got 50 or so plays at full speed on Saturday "because they n...