Why Ohio State’s weirdly lowly ranked class is probably no big deal
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The Buckeyes went through a coaching change and signed a small class, and they still did fine. National Signing Day wrapped on Wednesday, and the Ohio State was unusually low in the class rankings. Its 2019 class finished the day third in the Big Ten behind Michigan and Penn State and 14th nationally. That’s way lower than both OSU’s four-year average (ranked 3.50) and 10-year average (5.40), per the 247Sports Composite. It’s way lower than the Buckeyes ever did under Urban Meyer, who signed...

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