Yes, it is a long off-season.
Woody Hayes -- '67 Cadillac Eldorado Coupe. Classic, Badass American Luxury. One of the best cars ever made.
Earl Bruce -- '84 Lincoln Continental. You bought it because you wanted the Caddy, but really it was just a Ford Taurus. Sure, it was comfortable, but it was always a compromise.
John Cooper -- '97 Jaguar XJS. Of course it had to be an import, right? Looks great in the driveway, and pretty fun to drive, but just wait, the breakdown is coming.
Jim Tressel -- '70 Chevy Chevelle. A throw back. Not as flashy as some of its muscle car cousins, but an absolute horsepower monster. Just don't try to make a turn. You can just picture JT with a fresh-pressed flannel shirt tucked into his khakis getting to work under the hood on a crisp fall Sunday.
Luke Fickell -- 1998 Geo Tracker. Weak, bouncy, and likely to roll over at any minute. Sorry Luke.
Urban Meyer. -- Year and model TBD. It looks pretty sporty under the tarp. I'm hoping it's a Ferrari.