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Urban Meyer May Have Dropped A Hint Regarding Who Will Start At Quarterback This Year

The biggest question of the college football offseason? Who will start at quarterback for Ohio State, the reigning national champions? We now know that it won't be senior Braxton Miller, who will instead move over to wide receiver. That means it's down to sophomore J.T. Barrett and junior Cardale Jones.

Thursday, head coach Urban Meyer may have hinted as to which player is currently in the lead. 

Meyer, during his press conference at Big Ten Media Days, mentioned how much leadership will play a role in who ultimately wins the position. Later on, he added that Barrett's leadership has been "off the charts." He praised Jones as well, saying that he's "getting better."

">July 30, 2015

">July 30, 2015

">July 30, 2015

If Meyer is pitching it as an open competition, Barrett certainly has somewhat of an advantage, at least in the leadership department. Does that mean he's also going to get the nod against Virginia Tech?