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Crystal Ball Run:
After one year of running roughshod over the Big Ten, apparently Urban Meyer is already sooooo over everything to do with the conference. Either that, or he’s just plain tired of beating everybody up. Whatever the case, Meyer took the radio airwaves on Thursday and bellowed out a message loud and clear to the rest of the conference: It’s time to step your game up. Below is what Meyer said to Columbus radio station 97.1 The Fan on Thursday morning: Urban Meyer tells 97.1 The Fan he will address the poor recruiting in the B1G directly with those coaches at the upcoming coaches meeting. — jbook (@jbook37) February 7, 2013 Meyer tells the fan it's concerning about the lack of B1G recruiting when there are 11 teams in the SEC up in the top 25 in recruiting. — jbook (@jbook37) February 7, 2013 This news- if it is in fact news- comes on the heels of Meyer’s first Signing Day in Columbus, which went about as well as anyone could’ve planned. The Buckeyes finish...
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Not playing for the team you grew up rooting for happens all the time in college athletics, especially football. Just because you are a fan of one team, and happen to be a good player, doesn’t mean you are on their radar. Take Reon Dawson of Trotwood-Madison High in Ohio. The 3-star recruit grew up an Ohio State Buckeyes fan, but the Bucks didn’t recruit him. However, the Michigan...
If you weren’t sure who the Alpha-male was in the B1G, look no further than Urban Meyer at Ohio State. He wants to bring a bit of that SEC spirit to the conference, especially after seeing a down year in recruiting. Not his recruiting, after all, Ohio State ended up with a Top 5 class according to all the major scouting sources. The only other team to receive such high honors was...
COLUMBUS, Ohio - With a little nervous energy to burn on what had already been a very full morning, Ohio State coach Urban Meyer headed for the treadmill.
He was awaiting a call from five-star safety prospect Vonn Bell, another highly-regarded piece to what was already a highly-rated puzzle in regards to Ohio State recruiting. In two months on the job last year, Meyer somehow managed...
The NFL Scouting Combine is February 20-26 in Indianapolis. Seven Ohio State Buckeyes were extended invitations to the combine this year in preparation for the 2013 NFL Draft. They are-
FB Zach Boren
OT Reid Fragel
DT Johnathan Hankins
LB Etienne Sabino
LB John Simon
WR Jake Stoneburner
DT Nate Williams
Perhaps the biggest surprise in this group is the exclusion of CB Travis Howard...