By Josh Kramer
Finally something positive in Columbus
It has not exactly been a pleasant past six months in Columbus. Ohio State went from a national title contender, to rule breakers, to having the faces of the program resign and/or quitters, to a program that is currently waiting further instruction from the NCAA. Not exactly the place where Buckeye Nation would like to be heading into a season where many had considered them a national title favorite before all of the recent shenanigans.
On a day where a recruit decided to forego heading to the Horseshoe and take his talents up North to the hated Big House (Kyle Kalis), at least something good finally happened. Ohio State added a new coach to the staff. A home-grown Ohioan. A Buckeye legend. A former two-time Big Ten Defensive Lineman of the year. And of course a 3-time Super Bowl Champion. None other than a man who most definitely bleeds scarlet and gray, Mike Vrabel. Continue reading