don't fret my good man. The OSU defense will not allow Brewer (or whoever QB's them) to convert third downs in bunches to their TE the way they did in September - they proved that in the playoff run.
The D will be even more talented, as McMillan and Hubbard/Lewis will be upgrades. This will create a steeply unbalanced field position battle, and the OSU offense will not have the pressure to score on long drives like last year.
Don't forget that the offense actually was coming around in the second half, and tied the game at 21, only to watch the D give up the after score big drive to relinquish the lead, and put the pressure back on the offense again.
Bud Foster will undoubtedly throw some crap our way, but our D will enable Warriner with field position and time to use H backs and TEs to rip their cover 0 in a way that we did against everyone else for the remainder of 2014. 42-17