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September 16, 2013

Focus turns to Florida A&M

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COLUMBUS, Ohio - On Monday Urban Meyer met with the local media to wrap up Saturday's big win at California. Meyer joked that it was a rough trip back with many getting to their front doors at 6am (EDT) but it was a lot easier to stomach with a win than it would have been with a loss.

There are questions abound however about who will play this upcoming week against Florida A&M. Will Braxton Miller be back to his starting duties or has Kenny Guiton done enough to give Braxton another game to heal his knee? Will Carlos Hyde be back and if so how will the carries split up between him, Jordan Hall and the rest of the running backs? Is Adolphus Washington ready to go or will Joey Bosa earn another stop opposite of Noah Spence?

With Florida A&M coming out of the Division I-FCS ranks the game within the game may be what interests fans most this week as the coaches try and hammer home the follies of teams this season who have lost to the perceived weaker classification of schools.

We caught up with Meyer and have his entire press conference where he touches upon all of these issues, wraps up the Cal game and many more topics of interest to Buckeye fans as the team looks to run its winning streak to 16.



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