PHONE'S RINGING -- IT'S URBAN ON THE LINE
Even though they accounted for half the list it should have been more than half, the '05 and '09 buckeyes should have been on that list too. Hell maybe even the '08 Buckeyes.
Lulz! The Big East! Seven of their top 10 teams of the BCS era are either not in the conference anymore (Miami, VaTech) or won't be next year (West Virginia).
I will still say as far as talent on the field that the 2005 team was the best team of the Tressel era. There were so many first rounders on that team it was sick.
The '05 Buckeyes were better than the '06 team that lost to Florida. I know the record doesn't show it, but they were.
It was very unfortunate that we didn't have a full game ready Troy Smith until mid-season. Once the offense was rolling late season I don't think we would have lost to any team that season...not even the unbeatable USC Trojans!!!
USC's defense wasn't that great that year. It would've been a fun shootout, just like when they played Texas. But yeah, if Troy would've been the only starter that year, we would've rolled Texas IMO.
I think last year's team should be higher than 10. And i agree, you could easily argue that Ohio State could take up 7 or 8 of those spots.
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