Buckeye Daily – It’s That Time

IT’S THAT TIME; WHO IS TYLER DURBIN?; EYE ON NOVEMBER

By Jim Baird | AM Football Briefing | Friday, September 2

IT’S THAT TIME: “It’s that time, man. A bunch of young players, getting ready to go for the first time in that stadium,” Urban Meyer said on 97.1 The Fan, LISTEN. In the interview, Meyer announced that Parris Campbell and Noah Brown would start at wide receiver.

WHO IS TYLER DURBIN? A senior walk-on, Durbin will start Saturday at kicker in the wake of Sean Nuernberger being sidelined with a groin injury. Just who is this guy? “I don’t know anything about him,” Urban told 97.1 The Fan. Aside from nailing a 62-yard field goal in camp, Durbin played soccer for two seasons at James Madison — Tim May with more.

EYE ON NOVEMBER: November is when championships are won. Land-Grant Holy Land previews That State Team Up North and That Team Up North.

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