Ohio State Buckeyes head coach Urban Meyer has said that he will not reveal the team’s starting quarterback prior to the season-opener against Virginia Tech on Sept. 5.
However, that won’t stop anyone from trying to read into the smallest details like who is earning the most reps in practice.
Well, if you’re hoping for practice to tell the story, you better look for another lead.
Like Meyer, the Buckeyes practices are revealing very little about whether it is J.T. Barrett or Cardale Jones who leads the competition to become Ohio State’s No. 1 signal-caller.
In fact, the two quarterbacks are equally splitting reps with the first-team.
But maybe you can get an idea of who is ahead by seeing which quarterback takes the first practice rep? Nope. Urban Meyer has been using a coin flip to determine that.
Braxton Miller, meanwhile, is committed to his move to wide receiver.
It is going to be very interesting to see how the competition continues to play out.
Everyone seems to have their own belief on who will start under center, but it is clear that Urban Meyer is keeping his cards close to his chest and we could all be in for a big surprise the first time Ohio State breaks the huddle on Sept. 5.
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