Ohio State has hit a semi-reality check. The team that has slid to no. 22, has lost three out of the last four games it has played and are looking to win back the confidence of both fans and critics of the Buckeyes. “The worst thing,” Urban Meyer said during his radio call-in show Thursday (playfully) “is to keep to talking about that damn thing. This is my show: let’s talk about our future and move forward.” But it was the first home loss under Meyer’s reign, and Buckeye fanatics didn’t really expected it, even with Braxton Miller’s absence. Kent State next on the docket, coming to Ohio Stadium Saturday for a noon matchup, and the team went, 4-8, last year.
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