Rebuilding? Despite Sanctions, Ohio State Could be Big Ten's Best

By Jason Priestas on September 29, 2012 at 11:33p

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Et_Tu_OSU's picture

Nebraska looked pretty good tonight.  I think it's a little early to crown anyone, but I'd be lyin' if I said it doesn't make me smile to see some love come our way...

"The revolution will be televised."

frogbaby236's picture

If this is what the 2 best teams in the B1G can do, then this conference is in more trouble than I realized.

cplunk's picture

We are rebuilding, it's just that the rest the B1G was never built.

Optimistic Buckeye Pessimist's picture

I don't think the conference has the dominant national challenger.  I think that PSU, MSU, NW, UM, Wisc, and NEB are all decent teams (ranked 15-35).  The conference slate will be great this year.  I don't think OSU is the best.  Offensively, we need to become a team and not a one man show.  Defesively, we need to shore up tackiling and defend the pass better.  Perhaps by the end of the season, we've addressed these needs and then we can talk about being the best, but right now we have some big problems that thankfully haven't cost us a game.

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btalbert25's picture

5-0 sure, but it's still transitional season.  We've seen the growing pains so far.  Braxton keeps learning the offense and will grasp more and more as the season goes on.  They are 5-0, but they'll get much better. 

buckeyedude's picture

Reluctantly, the media is having to acknowledge these Buckeyes are "pretty damn good."
Not great yet, but that is coming. I can feel it. Don't know if we go undefeated this year, but next year is setting up nicely, I'm thinkin.