With graduation/NFL attrition, and the cyclical nature of CFB, does anyone think that the Buckeyes have reached their peak? I’m not saying they aren’t good (obviously). But after the last few years on the national stage, I’m just asking if they have maxed out their potential.
Even national sportswriters (I know, I know) disagree. Olin Buchanan of Rivals says the Buckeyes have deservingly earned every bowl spot (http://collegefootball.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=898294). Meanwhile, Stewart Mandel goes as far as proclaiming the Buckeyes are consistently wasting their talent (http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2009/writers/stewart_mandel/01/07/cfb.m...).
I want to make this perfectly clear: SIMPLY IMPLYING A TEAM HAS REACHED ITS PEAK DOES NOT MEAN THEY ARE NOT GOOD.
This is strictly opinion based in the present tense so if someone thinks they have state your reasons. Conversely, if you don’t agree, state your reasons. I don’t want this to turn into a huge flamefest that gets deleted in an hour so please, a clean fight.