As the Buckeyes prepare to play Nebraska in their second-to-last home game of the year on Saturday at noon, Urban Meyer held his final press conference of the week at Ohio State – a very brief press conference – to preview the upcoming matchup with the Cornhuskers.
Meyer was also asked at the beginning of the press conference about the severe headaches he has been dealing with, but said he wanted to move on to talking about the team on Wednesday.
- Meyer said that Wyatt Davis and Josh Myers are the only candidates to potentially see increased playing time on the offensive line Saturday. Said Branden Bowen and Brady Taylor are not ready to play yet, but they're close.
- What do you want to see from Saturday's game? "I want to see the things we worked so hard on fixed."
- Meyer says the improvement from Nebraska's defense since the beginning of the season has been "night and day." Says the Cornhuskers are "a team that's really hitting their stride right now."
- Urban Meyer says Terry McLaurin is moving to the X receiver position with Austin Mack out, and that Chris Olave will enter Ohio State's rotation at Z receiver. Parris Campbell will also see some playing time outside.
Stay tuned with Eleven Warriors for additional coverage as Ohio State wide receivers Campbell, McLaurin and Johnnie Dixon are also expected to meet with the media on Wednesday.