I'll probably get some downvotes for this but somebody has to say it:
Every program goes through some adversity. We lost 4 offensive linemen (3 are in the NFL, 2 are already starting), our best WR, RB, LB, and our QB. What I saw Saturday was inexperience. Pre-snap, the QB's job is to move TE's and RB's in place to protect against extra rushers. Meanwhile, the OL communicates to pick up what is in front of them. Barrett and that O line do not have the experience to manage that part of the game, and the gameplan failed. Sure, could the coaching staff placed patches on the gameplan that would have mitigated the disaster in front of them? Absolutely. Did they do it effectively? No. But the world is still spinning and we still have 10+ more weeks of glorious Buckeye football to enjoy.
We have arguably the best coaching staff in the business. They will figure it out. I've waited all year for Ohio State football and all these sour grapes are making me wish it was still summer.