Week 4: Ohio State vs. Miami (OH)
What can we really take away from Ohio State’s win over Miami-Ohio?
Day said that Nebraska was, "By far the best team we’ve played."
They discuss what didn’t go right in the first nine minutes, and what did the rest of the way.
Let’s chat about another big W, and laugh at Michigan, too!
Oh, and Michigan fell... hard.
Let’s unpack that *checks notes* 76-point performance.
Who has it better than M*ch*g*n?!?!
After going going down 5-0, the Buckeyes turn it on and blow out the RedHawks.
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With the Buckeyes trying to improve the pass game in Week 4, they’ll go up against a RedHawk with four pass breakups on the season.
Goals for tomorrow: No injuries, play the freshmen, score lots of points
After hitting the road last week for the first time this year, Ohio State returns home to close out their non-conference schedule on Saturday afternoon, hosting Miami (OH).
Through three games, the Buckeye defense has stifled offenses by shutting down the passing game.
As Bill Belichick once said, "we’re on to Miami."
Justin Fields’ accuracy, the backup QB job, and which freshmen play the most are things to watch for.