Ohio State QB coach discusses running a 2-QB system

Ohio State fans are dying to know who will be the starting quarterback come this fall. With the season vastly approaching, Urban Meyer has yet to give any hints on who will be under center come September 7th.

Ari Wasserman, of the Northeast Ohio Media Group, asked current Buckeyes quarterback coach Tim Beck, about the possibility of a two quarterback system.

Asked about the potential for a two QB system, Ohio State quarterbacks coach Tim Beck said "I don't know." Not a thought for OSU yet.

— Ari Wasserman (@AriWasserman) August 11, 2015

That answer shouldn’t surprise any of us. There is no way that Beck would let the cat out of the bag and divulge the staff’s plans.

Meyer is faced with a difficult decision, but it is a situation that most head coaches would dream of. Cardale Jones and J.T. Barrett are basically 1A, 1B if you were to rank them. You can also argue either player deserves the opportunity.

There has been a plan in place since January, and Meyer is keeping a tight lid on things in Columbus. It wouldn’t surprise me if things are kept quiet right up until kick-off.

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