College Football Live continued their road trip, stopping at Ohio State's practice today to get a live look in at the Buckeyes. In the broadcast, ESPN's Joe Tessitore alluded to the fact that he saw coach Urban Meyer walking by himself before practice, extremely focused with his head down.
Meyer responded by saying, "[A week like this] is going to define our season. Number one is player's safety and number two is you got to get your guys ready to go." Ohio State is right in the middle of fall camp and is looking for leaders and other players to step up on a potential national championship team. Meyer made sure to praise Braxton Miller's efforts to improve in the offseason and thinks that he is ready to take the next step as a collegiate quarterback. When Miller does indeed take the next step in his game, the Buckeye's offense, which averaged 34.8 points per game last season, should become even more video game-like. Listen to what else Urban Meyer had to say about the current state of the Buckeye's as we are officially 18 days away from the season opener against Buffalo.