I think the most interesting thing to me was how accurate a lot of folks here at 11W were on calling the flow of play (both writers and community members). Most were calling for a very close first couple quarters, followed by an improved next two quarters where the Buckeyes pulled away. And that is exactly what happened. In fact, I don't think there were almost any surprises in this game (weirdly). Navy got a lot of rushing yards (yep), JT Barrett struggled a bit at first, but looked comfortable and poised (yep). The offensive line is replacing 4 starters and struggled at times (yep). The receiving and RB corps is sick-nasty and can break plays (yep). We obviously didn't get to see the new DB/Chris Ash scheme, but other than that, I'd say we got exactly what we thought we would...which in my opinion, is a very good thing. They should only get better and the team is exactly where they should be first game of the season against a very disciplined and tough Navy opponent.