Coming in at No. 5 we have Ohio State. Tell us what you'd change. ⬇️ --- Ohio State went 13-1 last year, but it did not feel like it. They missed the playoff, and that's all that matters. The Buckeyes will be good as usual in 2019, but their success will be determined by their quarterback play. Justin Fields will be the starter and has a ton of potential, but he is still widely unknown. JK Dobbins will be in the backfield and will try to take some of the load from Fields. KJ Hill will be the main target at receiver. The offensive line only returns two starters and will need to rebuild some. Still, the offensive success will be determined by Justin Fields. Nick Bosa is gone from this defense, but he was gone a lot of last year anyway. Chase Young is coming off a 9.5 sack year. He'll be the leader of this defensive line. Malik Harrison and Tuf Borland should be a great linebacker duo. Leading tackler Jordan Fuller is back at safety as one of the best in the Big Ten. This defense has the talent but seemed too lack motivation at times last year. We expect to see an improved defense; however, the offense could be inconsistent. We see the Buckeyes going 10-2 dropping their last two games.