Meyer Gives Rest of Big Ten Reason to Worry

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Ohio State has one of the best coaches in America, a result-oriented, game-changing talent who might be able to do for the Big Ten what confused expansion plans likely won't – return the league to national relevance.

The Buckeyes downed Michigan 26-21 Saturday, moving to 12-0 on the season and sending shivers down not just Meyer's spine but through rest of the conference. If this is what Meyer can do in one year with a 6-7 team, then what happens when he gets more time with quarterback Braxton Miller and surrounds him with all of his own recruits?

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