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Best Might Be Yet To Come For Offense

Tom Herman

The Ohio State football team's offense hasn't exactly struggled through the first quarter of the 2012 season, but the Buckeyes believe the unit has only scratched the surface of how dangerous the team could be with the football.

Through the first three games of the 2012 season, the Ohio State football team ranks 20th in the nation and tops in the Big Ten in scoring offense with an average of 40.67 points per game. With an average of 453.67 yards per contest, the Buckeyes rank 42nd nationally and fourth in the conference. Just imagine what those numbers might look like when the offense really starts clicking. To hear Ohio...

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