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Offense Knows Slow Start Won't Fly At Iowa
The Ohio State offense has sputtered in the first half of the team's last two wins. But with OSU heading to Iowa this Saturday, the Buckeyes know they will have their hands full. "Our offensive challenge will be against a team who's very physical," said OSU coach Jim Tressel. "Last year, that Iowa front four was new. Now they are truly veterans and very physical. "Their linebacker corps, one of the three is a returning three-year starter, but the other two are first-year starters. They were backups last year and got spot duty and they seemed to be cut out of the same mold. The safeties are both back. The corners have played a lot in the past. They weren't the two corners that were the starters, but because of some injuries and so forth last year they played a lot of football. "So our offensive football team knows that Iowa does not give up big plays. Iowa is where they are supposed to be. They play low, they play physical, they play with good strength and you have to earn every yard...
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