At the biggest and best programs, teams don't rebuild; they reload.
If Ohio State and head coach Urban Meyer want to build on their undefeated 2012 season, they will need to replace 10 starters—11 if you count nickelback Orhian Johnson, which I do.
Ohio State will have nine of its starters back on offense, including QB Braxton Miller, running back Carlos Hyde and four offensive linemen.
But on defense, the Buckeyes will lose their entire starting defensive line, two linebackers and a cornerback—possibly both cornerbacks if Bradley Roby declares himself eligible for the draft.
But this list starts with special teams.