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Comment 24 Nov 2015

"First and foremost, the Buckeyes have to remember who they are and what they do well. They must feed Ezekiel Elliott, even if it isn’t met with early success. Elliott and the line get better as the game wears on, so sticking with the plan is important. Two-yard runs turn into six-yard runs later in the game, plus, the run game opens up play-action passing".

Most accurate paragraph that contains all Ohio State's truth. If Urban reads this paragraph... ball game.

Comment 14 Nov 2015

As a typical unsatisfied American, I have to corral the few negatives: (FG kicking, Oline pass blocking, Yards through the air). If the Bucks can correct any of those things they will be in terrific shape. I felt as though they became a bit too predictable... but it's good to have things to improve upon. Because they will! Plus, those negatives probably have an underlying reason, and Urban will find them.

Comment 06 Nov 2015

The first two drives will be HUGE. If Cardale can find a rhythm quickly and hit a lot of quick short passes, move the ball down field, all the better.

Comment 01 Nov 2015

This goes without saying, but as expected, people here in MN are puking their collective guts out by not beating Michigan... would've perhaps knocked them out of the Top 25?? Crazy as it sounds, may benefit the Buckeyes if the Wolverines are still ranked come Thanksgiving.

Comment 25 Oct 2015

When Cardale came in and couldn't punch in a touchdown I looked over to my buddy and mentioned something about there being a much bigger difference between the offenses. I know Cardale was playing with some 2nd team guys, but the offense just has a different feel with JT. Would Cardale be better under center? Like how Troy Smith used to play with Tressel...

Comment 13 Oct 2015

I hope they play in all grey uni's next year. Would look pretty slick!

Comment 12 Oct 2015

I was watching someone's coverage... they were dissecting Michigan's defense. The analysts were very impressed with Michigan's gap control and discipline. They wouldn't force the offense's hand and basically would allow the play to run into five of their swarming tacklers.

OSU CAN play that way when they need to! But against mediocre offenses why not push the envelope a bit?