Ohio State can still win the Big Ten and make the College Football Playoff, but not if these issues — and yes, they’re real — don’t get fixed in a hurry.
The defensive breakdowns, in an overall performance that was still good and certainly enough to win, as well as ST miscues can be fixed.
The other problems? I can't comment on the WRs as I don't see all on TV. Part of "separation" is your QB must deliver the ball in a timely and accurate fashion as windows of opportunity open and close and I suspect there are issues with both ends.
It's the OL that is alarming. What I am seeing from RT in pass pro looks a lot like last season, where they frequently had to keep the tight end in to help out. That would suck because Baugh could be a real threat on 1st down where team's LBs aren't respecting the pass and are charging downhill at the snap. Of course, a threat is all he'll remain if they don't utilize him in that situation and instead run tight zone into a run blitz.