staff, August 25, 2011

Dave Revsine, Gerry DiNardo and Howard Griffith visited Ohio State practice during our BTN Football Tour in August. It's been an eventful offseason in Columbus, to say the least. Jim Tressel is out following an NCAA investigation, and Luke Fickell is in. The Buckeyes also are without Terrelle Pryor, who opted to enter the NFL supplemental draft. It's no secret Ohio State has distractions standing in its way, but it is a program that reloads and overcomes adversity. The Buckeyes open the season Sept. 3 against Akron. Watch all our Ohio State Preview video inside.

With Terrelle Pryor entering the NFL supplemental draft, Ohio State's quarterback position is up for grabs. There's a veteran, Joe Bauserman, and a talented youngster, Braxton Miller, among other candidates. Hear our analysts break down the race.

Despite all the departures on Ohio State's perennially stout defense, co-defensive coordinator Jim Heacock is back. And he's been a huge part of the Buckeyes allowing a nation's best 13.6 ppg since 2005.

Which Buckeyes do Coach and Howard think Big Ten fans should look out for in 2011? Find out below.