ACCUSATIONS OF OVERSIGNING IN COLUMBUS. One Reddit man (redundant, I know) is convinced Ohio State is oversigning.
Again: Unless Ohio State has a fleet of doctors misdiagnosing injuries as career-ending — which I highly highly highly highly highly doubt — then I don't have a problem with Meyer's roster management. If this means I now support "oversigning," then whatever, throw a lil' hot sauce on that bullet, and I'll dine on it without protest.
It may not be a popular opinion but I agree with DJ.
I am not saying that I now support screwing over players (whether it be recruits or tOSU players that are finished with football) but I can't blame UFM for looking out for the long term success of the program. Recruits wait until the last min. to commit (which I don't blame them) but the coaches have to cover themselves too. If that means that if more players commit than originally thought then so be it. The numbers will work themselves out, they always do.
Roster management is one of the keys to establishing long term success. And since that is what we all want, I see this being a topic every year after signing day.