​Jonny Miller of Boston's WBZ radio ​was met with plenty of criticism when he ranked the Ohio State University Buckeyes 25th on his AP ballot last week. And he deserved all the flak he got for such a stunning decision.


He appears to have had a nice change of heart this time around, however, catapulting the Buckeyes all the way up to the fourth spot on his list.

Ohio State is coming off two huge blowout victories. On September 1, the Buckeyes beat Oregon State 77-31. Quarterback ​Dwayne Haskins threw for 313 yards with five touchdowns and running back Mike Weber ran for 186 yards with three touchdowns of his own.


This past Saturday, OSU followed things up with a 52-3 victory over Rutgers. Haskins again had an excellent outing, throwing for 233 yards and four touchdowns. Tate Martell also had a great all around game, completing all 10 of his passing attempts for 121 yards and tallying 95 rushing yards as well.

In the absence of ​Urban Meyer, acting head coach Ryan Day has led the squad to back to back weeks of impressive showings. The Buckeyes hope to continue their hot start to the season against TCU next Saturday.