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Scarlet Sunrise: Josh Myers keeping NFL decision under wraps for now

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Josh Myers is not ready to make an NFL decision. (Birm/Lettermen Row)

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Scarlet Sunrise: Josh Myers keeping NFL decision under wraps for now

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Josh Myers keeping NFL decision under wraps for now

Ohio State center Josh Myers has been the leader of the offensive line for two seasons now.

He could have gone to the NFL after last season, but he chose to come back for another year in pursuit of a national title. Now with that national championship game just days away, Myers isn’t focused on his future decision to either stay in school or leave for the NFL. Myers, who went through Senior Day with the Buckeyes back in December, is all focused on the title game.

“You guys will know that answer on the 12th,” Myers said of his decision with a smile.

Myers has been crucial to the success of the Ohio State offensive line for nearly his entire career. Now he has a chance to win a national title with the Buckeyes, and after that, he’ll worry about making a decision on his future — either in the NFL or at Ohio State for yet another season on the line.

Weekend Kickoff presented by Bryant Heating and Cooling Systems

Lettermen Row Weekend Kickoff presented by Bryant Heating & Cooling Systems: The Whatever It Takes Pregame Show was back at Urban Meyer’s Pint House on Thursday night for a special finale edition to break down every angle of the national championship game between the Buckeyes and Crimson Tide.

The latest edition featured plenty of guests to break down the latest developments and preview the massive showdown between Ohio State and Alabama, complete with an analysis of how the Buckeyes took down Clemson last week. Make sure to watch as Bobby Carpenter, Cardale Jones, Anthony Schlegel, Zach Boren and Robert Landers give their insight about the national title game and how the Buckeyes stack up against Alabama.

ICYMI: Lettermen Live hosted by Roosters

Ohio State is officially in the national title game after a domination of Clemson in the semifinal. And Lettermen Live is back at Roosters on Olentangy River Road in Columbus to break down the semifinal win and begin to look ahead at Alabama.

On this week’s episode of Lettermen Live, Lettermen Row senior writer Austin Ward is joined by former Ohio State quarterbacks Craig Krenzel and Justin Zwick, former defensive linemen Doug Worthington and Michael Bennett and former linebacker Anthony Schlegel.

The crew is also joined by Nicole Cox from Roosters as they gave insight into the win in New Orleans and how the Buckeyes can find a way to take down Alabama for a national title.

Don’t miss the latest Lettermen Live at Roosters on Olentangy River Road in Columbus.

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Spencer Holbrook

Spencer Holbrook covers Ohio State football and basketball for Lettermen Row. A graduate of Ohio University's Scripps School of Journalism, he's in his second year covering the Buckeyes. He was previously the sports editor at Ohio's student newspaper, The Post, where he covered Ohio University football and men's basketball.