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Losing has never come easy for Urban Meyer.
Urban Meyer was hailed as a savior when he agreed to take over Ohio State in the wake of the tattoo scandal that sullied the program. That support became even more frenzied when he coached the Buckeyes to a 12-0 record in his first season.
Two Ohio State football players have been arrested by police in a central Ohio village on a charge of obstructing official business.
Urban Meyer made his name in coaching circles because of his hurry-up, no-huddle, fast-paced offense.
Usually, Ohio State's players and coaches don't profess to paying any attention at all to other teams and other games. Whether they do or not, at least publicly they say it's more important to focus on themselves and their own concerns.
Stocked with veterans throughout the two-deep, No. 2 Ohio State has had some interlopers who are barely old enough to shave.