COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- Urban Meyer always hastens to say that he's happy he has two quality quarterbacks.
At the same time, it's a major headache for No. 4 Ohio State's coach heading into a major matchup with No. 23 Wisconsin.
Who starts? Who plays the most? Who finishes?
Kenny Guiton is coming off three terrific games and back-to-back Big Ten offensive player of the week honors. But he likely is behind star Braxton Miller, recovering from a sprained knee ligament.
On the Buckeyes' most recent two-deep chart they're listed as co-starters, but Meyer has said that if Miller is healthy enough and has a good week of practice, he'll be the first one to take a snap from center on Saturday night.
And playing them together is not an option.