Chris Berman (or someone in his ear) screwed up in the first round of the NFL Draft Thursday night.
Ohio State had three players taken in the top 10 - Joey Bosa at No. 3 to San Diego, Ezekiel Elliott at No. 4 to Dallas and Eli Apple at No. 10 to the New York Giants.
After Apple's selection, the ESPN NFL Draft host made the following proclamation: Ohio State is the first college football program in history to have three top 10 selections in one draft.
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Yeah, that's not right.
It was the first time Ohio State has had three top 10 picks in one draft, but the 13th time a college football program achieved it.
It last happened in 2010, when Oklahoma had three players - Sam Bradford, Gerald McCoy and Trent Williams - taken in the top four.