The Ohio State depth chart should look very familiar to most Buckeye fans. No one had to leave the Western Michigan game because of injury, so there's no major shakeup, really, heading into Satuday afternoon's trip to Indiana.
Except in one key spot -- quarterback. After starting four straight games to start the season (though he was replaced for a spell because of poor play in two of them), Cardale Jones is now listed as the lone starter for the Buckeyes.
The depth chart had listed Jones and J.T. Barrett as co-starters, separated only by an "OR" on the depth chart, in previous weeks, but it appears after a career-high 288 yards passing vs. the Broncos, Jones is the man.
Also not on the depth chart are redshirt freshman Parris Campbell, who started the first three games as an outside receiver before suffering a knee bruise, as well as true freshman running back Mike Weber, who could return this week after preseason knee surgery.
To see Ohio State's full depth chart, click here.
To see what Meyer had to say about Jones' up-and-down showing vs. Western Michigan, click below.