Originally written on Fox Sports Ohio  |  Last updated 11/16/14

COLUMBUS, OH - NOVEMBER 13: Jake Stoneburner of the Ohio State Buckeyes makes a three yard touchdown reception in front of Drew Astorino of the Penn State Nittany Lions at Ohio Stadium on November 13, 2010 in Columbus, Ohio. Ohio State defeated Penn State 38-14. (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)
BY Jeff SvobodaBuckeyeSports.com Its fair to say Jacob Stoneburner was excited to get back in the end zone Saturday during Ohio States 31-16 victory against UCF. Just how excited was he? Its a great feeling being up here and talking to you guys again, he told the media afterward. Now THATS excited. All kidding aside, Stoneburners comment underscored one truth if it werent for his offseason citation for disorderly conduct, he likely would have been talking to the media a lot more during fall camp and the early days of the Ohio State season. The fifth-year senior from Dublin (Ohio) Coffman was on the short list of those players thought to be in the running for the teams captaincy during spring football, and his easy way with media, fans and teammates made him a natural spokesman for the team. Of course, that went out the window in early June when Stoneburner and teammate Jack Mewhort were cited for fleeing from police after being spotted urinating on the side of a building in Shawnee...
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