2009 CFB Preview: Ohio State

Moneyline already did Ohio State, better than me, I'm sure.

The fact that Ohio State is highly regarded this year is more proof that the Big Ten is down. They lost over half their starters and are relying on a guy with the throwing motion of a shotputter to account for 75% of their offense and yet are regarded as a slightly better option than Penn State, which has problems of their own.

Don't get me wrong, tOSU should still be good, but they are not the juggernaut of years past.

The median lines show no value on the 9.5 win total and there is zero chance I would lay 14-1 on the Bucks to win the MNC this year. Still, they'll likely finish first or second in the Big Ten, so it should be a decent year for Buckeye fans.