Ex-Ohio State football coaches think OSU has most talented roster in CFP era

Jim Tressel and Urban Meyer agree that this Ohio State football roster is one of the best teams in the last decade.
Goodyear Cotton Bowl - Missouri v Ohio State
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Everyone knows by now that the Ohio State football team has built one of the best rosters in recent history and two former coaches agree. They have brought in talent from the transfer portal and also have a lot of returning talent. And then the depth they have in future recruiting class and the depth they have behind starters it wouldn't be hard to believe that this team could continue to be at this level that everyone has them projected at.

They are ranked currently second in the preseason rankings and have become a favorite to win the whole thing. A team of this level reminds me of 2019 LSU or 2018 Clemson, it's clear that they are going to dominate this season, and if Ryan Day can coach his team to a Championship he'll be able to start regaining the trust of fans after losing to Michigan the last three seasons.

Everyone is noticing the amount of talent this roster has and if all goes right they should slate their name into one of the best teams in college football history. The Buckeyes have built this roster with the hopes that it will be a national championship-level roster.

The Ohio State football team will likely be one of the top three teams in the preseason polls. They are strong on defense and have improved a ton on offense. If they don't win a national championship this season, it would qualify as a disappointing season for the fourth year in a row.

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Talent alone does not mean that the Buckeyes are going to be able to win it all. The coaching has to be elite too. Ryan Day is hoping that the moves he made with the coaching staff this offseason were the right ones to get this team over the hump.