The Ohio State Buckeyes were one of the nation's top teams in 2012 and finished the season with a 12-0 record, which is something only the Scarlet and Grey and Notre Dame Fighting Irish were able to do this year.
Sophomore dual-threat quarterback Braxton Miller and running back Carlos Hyde will lead Ohio State's offense once again in 2013 in Urban Meyer's second season with the Buckeyes and the defense will find a way to be formidable despite losing key playmakers in Johnathan Hankins and John Simon.
There are five programs who have a legitimate chance at taking down the Buckeyes next season. They've all been ranked based upon their success against Ohio State this season, their returning talent along with the actual likelihood any one of them will be able to top Miller and Co.
Click ahead to find out which five Big Ten teams have the best chance at knocking off the Buckeyes next fall!