Buckeyes punch the clock
Hyde, Miller and offensive line played power game when it mattered
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The clock hadn't yet started ticking again when Urban Meyer glanced at it and started thinking about what was left in front of his team.
The Ohio State coach had an offensive line that had proved itself against an aggressive defensive front and fought to open holes for his running game. He had both a tailback and a quarterback who had no trouble taking on tacklers and grinding for extra yardage, and Meyer had stressed all along that his spread attack would include an element ...
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