Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones removed any doubt about his plans for 2016 on Wednesday.
A year ago, Jones in the midst of a stunning three-game run in his first stint as Ohio State's starter. He led the Buckeyes to wins in the Big Ten title game, national semifinal and national championship game after replacing the injured J.T. Barrett as the team's No. 1 QB. Coach Urban Meyer picked Jones to start this season after a camp competition against Barrett, but Meyer benched Jones in favor of Barrett in October, and Jones has remained a backup for the rest of the season.
The move didn't come as a surprise given Jones' play during the 2015 season. He's viewed as a very raw talent.