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The Ohio State Buckeyes have not yet named the winner of the starting quarterback competition between Kyle McCord and Devin Brown, and one former Ohio State star seems to think that’s good news for Brown.

Kyle McCord is the older and more experienced player, but former Ohio State linebacker Joshua Perry thinks that if he hasn’t won the job yet despite more experience, that’s a sign that the job could go to Devin Brown instead.

“A lot of people thought it was just going to be Kyle McCord’s job and Devin Brown maybe could push but wouldn’t really be in the mix there. This thing is actually very, very close. And from the people that I’ve spoken to, they’re confident in either quarterback’s ability to go out there and be successful. I think they’re just looking for that consistency. It feels like as this drags out a little bit more, it does start to favor a younger guy in Devin Brown who’s got some really good movement skill and athletic ability,” Perry told ESPN’s Greg McElroy.

Perry’s prediction generated quite a stir in the college football world as many offered their reactions.

We’ll have to see who ultimately wins the job for the Buckeyes.

[Always College Football]