COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Urban Meyer still has some problem areas on his radar.
His Ohio State Buckeyes, who had their 13th workout on Wednesday, close out the spring on Saturday with their annual scrimmage. There is a new wrinkle this year, with the game shifting to Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati because of work being done at Ohio Stadium.
It'll be a bit of a homecoming for Meyer and several of his players and coaches. Meyer is a 1986 graduate of the University of Cincinnati, while assistant Kerry Coombs was a longtime high school coach in the city. Linemen Andrew Norwell and Adolphus Washington are native sons.
Meyer continues to judge the development of his defensive line, offensive right tackle and linebackers, where the Buckeyes have holes to fill.

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