2017 Ohio State Week 3: Army
Simplifying the offense will only make the quarterback better in the long run.
Last Saturday USA was spelled OSU.
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The Hangout in the Holy Land breaks down the Buckeyes’ 38-7 win.
And the passing game looked much improved.
One of those things: J.K. Dobbins is still very good.
Can Ohio State’s receivers catch? Will the coaches remember that J.K. Dobbins exists?
The Black Knights' chances of leaving Columbus with a win are slim.
The Buckeyes are big favorites, while Wisconsin has a tough trip to Provo on tap
The numbers all point to a big Buckeye win, but that requires some strong leadership and better playcalling
We aren’t going to learn much about the Buckeyes on Saturday.
Army boasts the second best rushing attack in the nation.
The last-ranked unit in the country can only get better.
According to opposing coaches, the blame-game starts and stops with OSU’s head coach.
Listening to what both coaches had to say will point to what we can expect this Saturday.
The Black Knights made enormous improvement in 2016, but they're a long way from slowing down a top-tier rushing attack.
Despite last week’s embarrassing loss, there aren’t many changes to the Week 3 depth chart.
This is the first installment of our weekly Buckeye roundup, here to get you caught up on the news, notes, and notable bits from Columbus and beyond.