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Ohio State was back in action on Saturday — well, at least most of the team was. The Buckeyes were missing 17 scholarship players against the Spartans, but it didn’t matter all that much as Larry Johnson led his guys to a 52-12 win in East Lansing. Justin Fields was spectacular, racking up over 300 total yards and four touchdowns, while the defense held an anemic Michigan State offense under wraps.
On today’s episode, George and I break down what we saw in what was really Ohio State’s first four-quarter effort of the season. It is tough to come to any broad conclusions based on the quality of the opponent, but there were still some interesting areas worth mentioning following a much-needed blowout victory, including some newfound pieces in the secondary and Drue Chrisman being the rightful owner of Spartan Stadium.
We will be back (hopefully) later this week for what should be the 2020 edition of The Game — as long as Michigan is able to return from its COVID-19 outbreak. Regardless, if there is a game on the schedule next weekend, we will be here to preview you it for you guys.
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