Here is a great article on former Buckeye Jeremy Cash. He is killing it on the field for Duke. Dang could we use that level of production with our secondary's woes this year.
Cash had his breakout performance in week three against Georgia Tech, recording 14 tackles, 1.5 tackles-for-loss and a forced fumble. Cash added 12 more tackles to his total against Pittsburgh, and then recorded a team-high 14 tackles, and his first career interception, Sept. 28 against Troy.
Cash is already making a name for himself not just in the ACC, but around the country. Cash's 10.2 tackles per game rank 15th in the nation and third among defensive backs, while his 51 tackles lead the conference.
And it's interesting to note how he ended up at Duke. There is a back story to everything, and we often don't get to hear it.
Although rumors swirled indicating that Cash might end up at Arkansas or LSU, in the end Tressel himself helped steer the Plantation, Fla., native to Durham. Cash ended up picking Duke instead of Miami and South Florida.