Coach Urban Meyer suggested last week that each of the three quarterbacks -- Haskins, Burrow and Martell -- will receive a fair shot at winning the job. Despite that declaration, one has to assume that Haskins at least begins the spring with an advantage over his two competitors by virtue of serving as J.T. Barrett’s backup last season and playing well when receiving an opportunity. While it was a limited sample size, Haskins completed 70.2 percent of his passes last season and led the Buckeyes back from a deficit to defeat Michigan at the Big House. It’s an impressive resume for the redshirt sophomore, whose chief competition figures to come from Burrow. A redshirt junior, Burro
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