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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Luke Fickell
If Ohio State did not come calling, Urban Meyer says he was planning to stay away from coaching for at least another year.
New Ohio State coach Urban Meyer says he would not have returned to coaching this year for any other job.
Despite numerous reports saying he's all but set to become Ohio State's next football coach, Urban Meyer said Wednesday that is not the case.
In a few weeks, it is likely that the only thing left to talk about concerning Ohio State is whether Urban Meyer will be the Buckeyes' next coach.
All of Ohio State's NCAA investigations and sanctions might not have been as painful for Buckeyes fans as this.
From the days of "three yards and a cloud of dust" through Eddie George and Beanie Wells, Ohio State has pinned its macho reputation on running the ball.
Four days before his team hits the road for the first time this season, Ohio State coach Luke Fickell said he's still not certain if he'll have three suspended players back.
Just in time for its first road game of the season, No. 17 Ohio State got some good news for a change.
Ohio State must answer several questions from the NCAA before three players suspended for accepting $200 in cash at a charity event are allowed to return to the team.
Call them The Replacements.
Doubters said Ohio State's two quarterbacks didn't add up to one really good one.
Luke Fickell doesn't remember much about running onto the field for his first game as a player at Ohio State.
Ohio State coach Luke Fickell said there are plenty of starting spots open heading into Saturday's jersey scrimmage in Ohio Stadium, including the replacement for quarterback Terrelle Pryor.
The 2010 season was vacated. The head coach's job was vacated. Now a bunch of 20-somethings coming off summer vacation are left with the previously unfathomable task of picking up the pieces at tattered Ohio State.
Ohio State football coach Luke Fickell has stressed, time and again, since the resignation of Jim Tressel, that the Buckeyes have to move forward.
"I was notified this evening that Terrelle has decided to pursue a professional career," Fickell said. "I wish him the best in his pursuits."