Best Quotes And Key Takeaways - Big Ten Media Days

Best Quotes And Key Takeaways - Big Ten Media Days

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Once more the Buckeyes are getting ready to go for the national title run after they fell a bit short last year. Meyer has to deal with the pieces of what happened, the camp is going to be a time where pivotal changes must take place. Holes and problems must be fixed and the vision of the coaching staff has to be seen clearly.

The following are the biggest takeaways from the Big Ten media days regarding the Buckeyes.

When Jeff Heuerman was asked how important it was to keep Braxton Miller healthy this year, he in return asked how important it would be for Lebron to stay healthy in his game.

In order for a person to stay healthy, they have to get healthy in the first places. Miller underwent surgery to his shoulder, only a minor surgery, last February. This sadly forced him to sideline during the Ohio State practice in the springtime. He was able to breeze through rehab though, and has a renewed strength that is proving him to be able to play once more very soon.

On top of this, Miller changed his entire routine in order to fix his life up, which is great since he needs to be in top shape to make the best run of the college football playoffs. So, the next step in keeping him safe and healthy is to change and retool the offensive line.

Meyer has been heard saying that protecting the quarterback of the team is the most important thing that can happen. This is absolutely true, which means that Ohio State may manage to have a great season if they hold true to keeping the quarterback as safe as possible.

Meyer was also the linebacker in his unit who was the most worried about, but after his recovery and subsequent healing, things are starting to look up not only for him, but the entire team. This is why staying healthy and in shape is the best thing that can be done in and out of the sports field, and why protecting yourself in sports is so vital.

Braxton Miller at Big Ten Media Days
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Ohio State 2018 Football Schedule

Jan 1st Rose Bowl v Washington
Pasadena
ESPN 5:00pm ET
28-23

Sep. 1 Oregon State Beavers
Ohio Stadium, Columbus, OH Noon ET
77-31

Sep. 8 Rutgers Scarlet Knights
Ohio Stadium, Columbus, OH 3:30pm ET
52-3

Sep. 15 at TCU Horned Frogs
AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX
40-28

Sep. 22 Tulane Green Wave
Ohio Stadium, Columbus, OH
49-6

Sep. 29 at Penn State Nittany Lions
Beaver Stadium, University Park, PA
27-26

Oct. 6 Indiana Hoosiers (HC)
Ohio Stadium, Columbus, OH 3:30/4pm ET
49-26

Oct. 13 Minnesota Golden Gophers
Ohio Stadium, Columbus, OH
30-14

Oct. 20 at Purdue Boilermakers
Ross-Ade Stadium, West Lafayette, IN
20-49

Nov. 3 Nebraska Cornhuskers
Ohio Stadium, Columbus, OH Time 12:00pm
36-31

Nov. 10 at Michigan State Spartans
Spartan Stadium, East Lansing, MI Time TBA
26-6

Nov. 17 at Maryland Terrapins
Maryland Stadium, College Park, MD Time TBA
52-51

Nov. 24 Michigan Wolverines
Ohio Stadium, Columbus, OH Noon ET
62-39

Dec. 1 Big Ten Championship Game
Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, IN 8:00pm ET
45-24