LeBron James is the talk of the
town country right now. His decision to head back to Cleveland to suit up for the Cavaliers has even stolen the show at the Big Ten Media Days in Chicago.
Both Ohio State coach Urban Meyer and Buckeyes quarterback Braxton Miller were questioned about King James’ return to Ohio on Tuesday.
Meyer told the media that he texted LeBron to be at every Ohio State game, and that there would be a sideline pass waiting for him. He called LeBron’s presence for recruiting “huge,” which is a HUGE understatement.
Meyer said LeBron has a sideline pass for Ohio State games. Said he already texted him and told him to be at every game.
— Kyle Rowland (@KyleRowland) July 29, 2014
Urban said having LeBron around the football program is huge for recruiting. — Kyle Rowland (@KyleRowland) July 29, 2014
According to Miller, the main topic of the day wasn’t Ohio State’s quest for a Big Ten championship and College Football Playoff berth, but rather LeBron.
There aren’t many things that can relegate OSU football to the backseat only a month before the season begins, but LBJ is one of them.