Urban Meyer will look across the field Saturday in Ohio Stadium to the other sideline and probably flash back 15 years to the place that launched his head coaching career.Bowling Green gave Meyer his first opportunity to be in charge of a program and he took the ball and ran with it. Now, as the 2016 season kicks off in the Horseshoe, Meyer will lead sixth-ranked Ohio State against BG in the opener for both teams (Noon ET, Big Ten Network).I love that school, said Meyer, who begins his fifth season as Ohio States head coach. When I think about Bowling Green, its one of the most tradition-rich programs in the MAC.The new season will be one of change for the Buckeyes, who return only six starters from a team that finished 12-1 and beat Notre Dame in the Fiesta Bowl in January. Gone is a dazzling array of talent that made its mark in the NFL Draft this spring.But while the turnover in personnel is significant, one thing that never changes about Ohio State football is expectations. Theres plenty of talent, thanks to Meyer and his staffs tenacious recruiting, to plug newcomers into the holes that were left by the outgoing class.Meyer sees similarities to the 2014 season when a relatively untested team stumbled early in the season and then finished with a College Football Playoff national championship. Thats not to say hes predicting another national title, but he really likes the young personnel on the roster.Im very excited to watch them play, Meyer said. This is a talented team. We have good guys. This has been a good camp. Good people to work with.Each side of the ball has one anchor to provide leadership. On offense, quarterback J.T. Barrett is everyones pick as the preseason All-Big Ten quarterback and a potential Heisman Trophy candidate. On defense, linebacker Raekwon McMillan begins his third season as a starter and will be counted upon heavily as a rock in the middle of a young defense that at hit hard by departures.As for Ohio States opponent, Bowling Green is certainly no slouch. The Falcons finished 10-3 a year ago and played in the GoDaddy Bowl.Mike Jinks is in his first year as Bowling Greens head coach after serving as Texas Tech associate head coach in 2015. He took over for Dino Babers, who left after last season for Syracuse.The Falcons are the defending Mid-American Conference champions and have won three straight MAC East Division titles. Theyre favored again to win the division in 2016.Facing a first-year head coach, particularly one who has never been a head coach at a previous college stop, presents some challenges in preparation for the Buckeyes. Meyer again recalled the 2014 season when Virginia Tech threw a foreign defensive scheme at Ohio State and pulled off an upset in Ohio Stadium.You have to expect the unexpected. ... On offense, theyre going to do what he knows and thats Texas Tech, Meyer said.Ohio State will be a heavy favorite to win, but Bowling Green wont be intimidated by the surroundings. Last year, the Falcons almost knocked off Tennessee on the road and beat Big Ten teams Maryland and Purdue.Well be ready, Jinks said.Ohio State leads the all-time series 4-0. The two Ohio teams last met in 2006, a 35-7 victory for the top-ranked Buckeyes. Ohio State is 32-1 against Mid-American Conference opponents and has won 40 consecutive games over in-state opponents. Cheap Jerseys . Howard Ganz, an MLB lawyer, said in a letter to U.S. District Judge Edgardo Ramos that Rodriguezs claims do not come "remotely close" to what is needed to overturn an arbitration decision in federal court. 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So shes spending more than $13 million on political ads at the Olympics -- while Donald Trump is sitting on the sidelines.The Democratic presidential nominee is taking advantage of the millions of Americans tuned in to watch the champion swimmer and gymnast, as well as other U.S. athletes, rack up medals during the Summer Games in Rio. Republican Trump, meanwhile, hasnt aired a single general election ad yet -- a decision that baffles some political strategists.Id love to know what theyre waiting for, said Will Ritter, a Republican ad maker and veteran of Mitt Romneys presidential bids. Trumps avoidance of political norms such as advertising cannot survive the professionalized deconstruction that Hillary is doing every day, he said.Clintons multimillion-dollar investment meant that across the U.S. viewers, captivated by coverage of top events like swimming and womens gymnastics, saw her commercials in prime time each of the past three nights, Kantar Medias political advertising tracker shows.During the three weeks of Olympics coverage, her campaign is spending $8 million on the national NBC network, $1.1 million more on affiliated cable channels Bravo, USA and MSNBC and $4.5 million on local affiliates in key presidential battleground states such as Florida, according to the tracker.Sundays Olympics ratings for NBC averaged 29.8 million viewers -- a very significant audience.While Trumps campaign has requested advertising rates from stations in key states, including Florida, the Olympics are slipping beyond his reach.One Clinton ad in heavy rotation is an awkward clip from his appearance on David Lettermans former late-night show. The host holds up Trump shirts and ties and points out that they were made in Bangladesh and China, not America. Trump smiles sheepishly.The Clinton campaign also is airing a new ad about her economic plan, which a narrator says would create millions of new jobs.Her commercials caught viewers nationwide who tuned in Saturday for the U.S. mens water polo match against Croatia, and those who watched rowing, beach volleyball and road cycling on Sunday.In addition to the nationwide spots, Clintons Olympics-targeted ads aired on local television during Fridays lengthy opening ceremony in battleground states such as Florida, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Iowa.NBC sold its Olympics advertising in packages -- most of which were locked down months ago, said Ben Angle, a senior media buyer att National Media who isnt connected to the 2016 presidential race.dddddddddddd The higher the spending, the more likely the ads are to land in premium slots, such as the prime time marquee competitions.At a rally in New Hampshire over the weekend, Trump bragged about how he has spent nothing on ads as Clinton has made a major outlay.Its a little early to spend, Trump said. You know its like the racehorse, right? Hangs back, hangs back, hangs back. And I think weve got some pretty good ads. But we dont want to go too fast.But the imbalance is a striking change from four years ago, when then-cash-strapped Romney and his allies scrounged up an estimated $18 million to match what President Barack Obama was spending to advertise during the three weeks of the London Games, according to Kantar Media.Clinton is following Obamas Olympics playbook. The president debuted several commercials during the games in 2012, a mix of positive messages about his presidency and contrasts with Romney.While Romney and his allies also focused on the London Games, the GOP nominating convention was still weeks away, putting money he raised for his general election campaign out of reach.A pro-Romney super political action committee, Restore Our Future, did air an ad featuring Olympic athletes talking about his business sense. After all, he was tapped to run the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Games, the first after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.We made the determination the Olympics offered a large captive audience who werent channel surfing, former Restore Our Future leader Carl Forti said. And in the case of Mitt Romney, we had a candidate who turned around the Salt Lake Olympics and had a unique story to tell.There are a few pro-Trump groups doing a relatively minor amount of advertising.Rebuilding America Now is spending about $2 million in the first three weeks of this month, but has nothing on the national NBC network. Its spending is concentrated on national cable and in four states: Florida, Ohio, North Carolina and Pennsylvania, Kantar Media shows.---Associated Press writers Jill Colvin, Steve Peoples and David Bauder contributed to this report.---Keep track on how much Clinton and Trump are spending on television advertising, and where theyre spending it, via APs interactive ad tracker. http://elections.ap.org/content/ad-spending---Follow Julie Bykowicz on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/bykowicz ' ' '