In 2002, safety Mike Doss elected to return for his senior season in order to win a championship, a dream that became a reality. Sixteen years later, Jordan Fuller is hoping to do the same.
In a game that was much closer than many expected, the Buckeyes took down Washington, 28-23, in Urban Meyer’s last game as a head coach.
Ohio State’s roller coaster of a season will conclude with the Urban Meyer’s last game being the “Granddaddy of Them All” but in the end, it was a disappointing one for the Buckeyes. The same goes for any season that doesn’t end with a national championship for the scarlet and gray.
The starting safety position alongside Jordan Fuller has had a lot more questions than answers so far this season. Brendon White proved on Saturday that he deserves the starting nod going forward.
Thank goodness a game has two halves. It was ugly at times, but the Buckeyes beat Nebraska, 36-31, Saturday afternoon in The Shoe.