Like Urban said, just a loss you move on from quickly but hope they use it for motivation purposes.
I have a few coaching friends whose teams have gone far in their sports before. The number one thing they emphasized from a coaching perspective was the extra practice time. The games were for the kids but the extra practices were so vital for development.
The players at the end of the first half was just standing there letting players run by and score than throw their hands up like there was nothing they could do. Few weeks back I would've said "growing pains" but this is a trend now. I'm fully capable of understanding the team is young but age has nothing to do with trying hard. Their offense resembles a scene from the show "The Walking Dead" where the zombies just stumble around.
What confuses me more is the last three years the team just doesn't have any defined roles especially on offense.
Sam Hubbard was excellent in recognizing an opening gap thus using a technique to get past his defender. Many defenders at a lot programs would just go with the zone block to eat up space. OSU has done an incredible job in teaching their DL to think and be aware.