How will Urban Meyer be remembered at Ohio State? And how should he be remembered?
The win over Penn State caused Ohio State to be tired in the week leading up to the game and even during their game against Indiana this past weekend, but the Buckeyes were still able to fight through it and get the win.
Ohio State’s Dwayne Haskins and J.K. Dobbins are now among the top-7 odds in the race for the Heisman Trophy at season’s end.
While helping lead the Buckeyes to a perfect 3-0 record, Ryan Day was excellent as Ohio State’s acting head coach and will get quite a pay raise this off-season because of it.
Not one, not two, not three, but 11 touchdowns for Ohio State in their dominant win over Oregon State in their season opener.
Tate Martell will have special packages in the playbook for him to be a Wildcat-type quarterback this fall. Will the Buckeyes use him like Urban Meyer’s Florida Gators used Tim Tebow back in 2006? Ohio State would be smart to do so simply because it would maximize their offense and Martells’ speed, athleticism, elusiveness, and play-making ability.
Is this possibly the end? Ohio State has placed Urban Meyer on paid administrative leave
When Coombs came to Ohio State with head coach Urban Meyer in 2012 to be the defensive backs and special teams coach, a majority of Buckeyes fans had no idea who he was. He was just a coach from Cincinnati who coached at Cincinnati-area high schools from 1983-2006 and then joined the University of Cincinnati’s coaching staff led by Brian Kelly in 2007 and stayed there until coming to the Buckeyes. My how things have changed in six years. He’s went from a no-namer to a legend in Columbus.
After spurning an SEC program looking to have him be their head coach and the Titan’s OC gig under new coach Mike Vrabel, Ryan Day has received a promotion after deciding to stay in Columbus.
It looks like the Ohio State Buckeyes are wasting little time in addressing their offensive woes.