Urban Meyer built one of the most explosive and dynamic teams of modern college football during his time at Florida, where he won two national championships in the last three years.
He's slowly starting to recreate that at Ohio State, where he has a similar ability to bring in talented athletes to fit his system.
The Buckeyes went 12-0 in Meyer's first year in charge of what may be a team that is only going to get better with time.
Surely enough, Meyer has already started to slowly turn the Buckeyes into a team that looks like it will fit in well with the SEC.
Here are three reasons why.