Listen to college football expert and Fox Sports color commentator Joel Klatt join The Herd to discuss with Colin Cowherd the potential of the 2019 Ohio State Buckeyes team possibly going down as one of the greatest college teams in history.
Ohio State’s offense currently leads the nation in scoring and their defense leads the nation in fewest points allowed, as the Buckeyes are outscoring their opponents by an average of 38.9 points per game.
On Tuesday, legendary college football running back Reggie Bush said he thought the undefeated Buckeyes had a chance to go down as the best Ohio State team of all time, and surpass the 2014 National Championship team who had future NFL superstars the likes of Ezekiel Elliott, Michael Thomas, and Joey Bosa.
Bush also said he thought this Buckeyes team could definitely ‘play with' his 2004 Southern Cal team, who is often considered one of, if not the greatest college team in history.
Klatt has 2005 Texas, 2001 Miami, 1971 Nebraska, 2018 Clemson, and 1995 Nebraska as his top 5 greatest college teams ever.
Check out the video above as Klatt details to Colin why or why NOT this Ohio State team will be footnoted in history as one of the greats.