COLUMBUS, Ohio -- So much for slugfests.
It turns out the spread offense is going to work just fine for Ohio State. And if the Buckeyes can find a way to put together a complete game with their high-octane attack, they might really be dangerous.
After all, if the Buckeyes can go an entire quarter without a first down and then race to a 63-38 rout like they did against Nebraska on Saturday night at sold-out Ohio Stadium, there might not be a way to slow down the Urban Meyer Express ...
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