On a fall-like day in Columbus, Urban Meyer swash-buckled his way into the 'Shoe and gave the public a first look at what kind of feast is being concocted on the banks of the Olentangy.
The scarlet offense moved the ball up and down the field by way of air-miles cashed in by the connections of Braxton Miller and Michael Thomas. The gray, buoyed by the efficient play of running back Brionte Dunn and quarterback Kenny Guiton hung in for a while and made a game of it.
In the end, though, the scarlet simply had too much punch on offense in a somewhat odd defensive score that had a lot of offensive fireworks. They prevailed, 20-14, and the crowd went home chilly, yet content.
Here's a look at your winners and losers of the Ohio State spring game for 2012.