The Football Fever: Meyer sees no separation in battle for starting quarterback job
COLUMBUS -- Simply put according to Ohio State's seventh-year head coach Urban Meyer, "I'm seeing what I expected to see. One guy moves ahead and then the other guy catches him. I couldn't tell you who's number one and who's number two right now."
At quarterback, there is significant interest on the development of, and competition among, three vying to start: junior Joe Burrow, sophomore Dwayne Haskins and freshman Tate Martell.
The sophomore Haskins has the best line on his quarterback resume, rallying Ohio State past rival Michigan last fall in the State Up North.
Junior Joe Burrow admits he's annoyed by constant mention that he'll transfer if he doesn't get the starting nod.
The freshman Tate Martell has already mentioned that there are offensive packages designed for him even if he doesn't start.
The rather important Spring Game is Saturday April 14th.