Looking for more pressure
Ohio State looking at different methods to jumpstart its pass rush
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The list of potential excuses is long, even after two games.
Ohio State started against a rapid-fire spread offense that relied on getting passes out quickly. The next opponent focused its attention on the best Buckeyes up front, electing to use extra blockers to keep its quarterback upright. If they wanted, the Buckeyes could look at their own roster and blame a pair of significant injuries for slowing them down early in the season.
But none of those is topic for ...
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