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As Usual, Cowboys Loaded at Skilled Positions
Ohio State faced a lot of balanced offenses this season. Teams that could run and pass with near equal effectiveness. However, in the Alamo Bowl matchup against Oklahoma State, the Buckeyes will go up against an excellent running team, but a team that struggles in the passing game. So far in 2004, Oklahoma State is ranked: * No. 45 nationally in total offense with 389.1 yards per game. * No. 8 nationally in rushing offense with 245 yards per game. * No. 111 nationally in passing offense with 144.1 yards per game. * No. 15 in scoring offense with 34.6 points per game. Obviously, the Cowboys are among the best rushing teams in the nation, and the worst passing teams (there are 117 teams in Division I). The first thought is that this plays right into the hands of Ohio State's defense. The Buckeyes pride themselves on stopping the run and are willing to give up some passing yards if they can make a team one-dimensional. However, although they are built to stop the run...
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