Of course, all this is based on what we saw LAST YEAR. Both JT&CJ are more mature and experienced now than last preseason, and I will argue that 12 Gauge has matured more in the last year than JT, which is an underhanded compliment, but undeniably true.
If Cardale shows the same tendencies he showed last post season, JT will start for sure because ball security is king. If, however, the Slayer of Tides has tightened up his game and mastered more of the playbook, he has the higher ceiling of the two, as great as JT is. So the day to day competition that the 12th Son of Ohio lost last year is now wide open for both QBs to show how much they've grown and how badly they want it. The winner in camp will have earned the nod, and the unbelievable part of this whole battle is that Kenny G will have been replaced as the best Buckeye backup QB ever! In Urban and Co I trust.