Week 10: Ohio State-Nebraska Content
Recapping Nebraska, and why the coaches are afraid to make any tough decisions.
The Buckeyes may have finally found the answer at safety.
Meyer said that the decision if Brendon White will start against MSU will be made in the coming days.
...and maybe there’s an answer at safety?
The Buckeyes finally balanced out the offense, and had J.K. Dobbins break out for a 163-yard day. What else did we see against the Cornhuskers?
We’ve seen this before.
Plus, the black uniforms rule.
The Buckeyes look to get back on track against Nebraska, while Penn-State takes on Michigan, and Northwestern steps out of conference to try and tame Notre Dame.
From Urban Meyer’s health to adjustments during the bye, all eyes will be on the Buckeyes on Saturday.
Ohio State had a bye week to try and put the embarrassing loss to Purdue behind them, and now they’ll look to return to form when they host Nebraska on Saturday.
The loss to Purdue has created no margin for error for the Buckeyes
Saturday features a battle in the Bayou between two College Football Playoff contenders, plus four other intriguing national contests
Barry can get sacks and tackles-for-loss. If he has a breakout game on Saturday, he’ll be an all-around problem for Dwayne Haskins.
Just like Purdue, the Cornhuskers have a WR that can do some damage to opposing secondaries.
The Buckeye head coach reaffirmed on Monday that he wants to keep coaching. On Tuesday, he talked with a select group of reporters about the severity of his health.
The Buckeyes are off the bye, and are ready to get back to their winning ways against the Huskers.
Maybe it was a good thing that the Buckeyes had a week off following the disaster in West Lafayette.