Brent Yarina, Senior Editor, April 14, 2015

Ohio State hosts its annual Scarlet-Gray Spring Game at 1:30 p.m. ET Saturday on BTN (watch it live on BTN2Go).

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A lot has changed since the last spring game at Ohio Stadium.

For starters, Ohio State won the national championship, its first since 2002. But so much more has transpired since last spring.

Here's a quick look back at the events:

Aug. 18: Braxton Miller suffers season-ending shoulder injury in fall drills.

Aug. 19: Freshman J.T. Barrett is named Ohio State's starting quarterback.

Aug. 26: Braxton Miller undergoes successful shoulder surgery.

Sept. 6: Virginia Tech, which finished 7-6, beats Ohio State, 35-21, in Columbus.

Sept. 13: One week after losing to Virginia Tech, J.T. Barrett throws six touchdown passes, tying a school record, in a 66-0 victory over Kent State.

Sept. 27: J.T. Barrett throws for a career-high 330 yards, which still marks a career best, and tosses four touchdowns, tied for his best vs. Power 5 conference teams, in a 50-28 win over Cincinnati.

Oct. 25: Joey Bosa registers the rare walk-off sack to clinch Ohio State's 31-24 double-overtime win at Penn State.

Nov. 8: Ohio State goes into Michigan State, the then-reigning Big Ten champ, and wins 26-16 in the Big Ten game of the year.

Nov. 22: Freshman Jalin Marshall scores four consecutive touchdowns, in a span of 14-plus minutes, to help the Buckeyes rally past Indiana, 42-27.

Nov. 29: J.T. Barrett breaks his ankle on the first play of the fourth quarter in Ohio State's 42-28 win vs. Michigan.

Dec. 1: J.T. Barrett wins Griese-Brees Quarterback of the Year & Thompson-Randle El Freshman of the Year and Joey Bosa wins Nagurski-Woodson Defensive Player of the Year, as part of the 2014 All-Big Ten teams.

Dec. 6: Cardale Jones becomes "Cardale Jones," Ezekiel Elliott erupts for first of three straight 200-yard games, and Ohio State torches Wisconsin, 59-0, in the Big Ten title game.

Dec. 7: Ohio State beats out TCU and Baylor for the fourth and final spot in the inaugural College Football Playoff, drawing No. 1 Alabama in the Sugar Bowl.

Dec. 15: Offensive coordinator Tom Herman is tabbed Houston head coach but stays with Buckeyes throughout the playoffs.

Jan. 1: The Buckeyes erupt for 537 total yards, including Ezekiel Elliott's second consecutive 200-yard game (230), en route to upsetting top-seeded Alabama, 42-35.

Jan. 12: Ohio State beats No. 2 Oregon, 42-20, in the inaugural College Football Playoff Championship Game to claim its first national crown since 2002.

Jan. 14: Ohio State promotes Ed Warinner to offensive coordinator and introduces former Nebraska OC Tim Beck as quarterbacks coach/co-offensive coordinator.

Jan. 15: Cardale Jones announces he will return to Ohio State, giving the Buckeyes three star quarterbacks.

Jan. 24: 45,000 fans attend the Ohio State national championship celebration at Ohio Stadium.

April 13: Urban Meyer receives a contract extension, through the 2020 season, and a raise that makes him the highest-paid Big Ten football coach and will pay him an average of "at least" $6.5 million per year.