To get things started off at Ohio State's spring game this weekend, Urban Meyer gathered the team at midfield of the Horseshoe and ran the circle drill, an offshoot of the infamous "Oklahoma drill." Meyer pitted two players one-on-one, calling them out by name in an impromptu set of matchups, while the entire team rowdily gathered around each collision. It was quite the sequence to get both the team and crowd of more than 80,000 fired up before the afternoon of exhibition football. To cap it off, Meyer set up OSU back-up quarterback Kenny Guiton against starter Braxton Miller.
Video of the drill after the jump:
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