Luke Zimmermann and Matt Brown reconvene once again, this time to jam on Ohio State's 2013 (and beyond) recruiting, specifically at the wide receiver position.
For all Urban Meyer's trepidations going into his inaugural campaign with the Buckeyes, it would almost seem as though wide receiver was one of the more relative strongholds by season's end. Why then with the loss of only inconsistent senior Jake Stoneburner (who was arguably playing out of position after moving over from tight end) are so many amateur Buckeye recruiting aficionados so hell bent on roping in wide out after wide out for the forthcoming recruiting class?
We examine, specifically looking at Jalin Marshall, Taivon Jacobs, Gareon Conley, Ezekiel Elliott, Shelton Gibson, Corey Smith, Corn Elder, and more.
Finally, we wrap by paying homage to Ohio State's stellar 56-53 victory over top 5 Michigan, easily Thad Matta and the basketball Buckeyes' biggest win of the 2012-2013 season. But what does it mean moving forward in the ever arduous Big Ten, and how will the Bucks fair in always tough confines of the Breslin Center against Michigan State this coming Saturday?
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