Week 7: Ohio State-Minnesota Content
Another ugly Ohio State win calls for some stupid ideas by us!
OSU coaches will need to have their team ready for an explosive Purdue offense on Saturday night.
Rushing inefficiency, short yardage situations, RPOs, and explosive plays — a bad mix even in a double-digit win.
There are a lot of issues for the Silver Bullets.
Dwayne Haskins now has 2⁄3 of Ohio State’s 400-yard passing games.
Ohio State stays unbeaten, while Michigan gets a big win at the Big House. Oh, and Penn State lost to Michigan State.
The Buckeyes got to 7-0, but boyyyyyyyyy, there are still improvements to be made.
Everything is fine as long as don’t look any deeper than the score.
The Buckeyes look to improve their record to 7-0 against the Golden Gophers.
The Gophers will have a new starter on Saturday.
Minnesota’s best quality is its run defense, so that should be good practice for the Ohio State offense.
Two Buckeyes are out with concussions, leaving things in the hands of some young players.
The Buckeyes should handle business against Minnesota before a showdown between the Badgers and Wolverines in Ann Arbor.
There will be ice cream bar references on this episode, obviously.
One of the leaders for the Golden Gophers, Coughlin could have a big impact toward the Buckeyes’ rushing and passing plans.
The true freshman will be a good test against a Buckeye defense prone to giving up big plays, penalties.
The Buckeyes look to go 7-0 this weekend.