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Offense Knows It Has Work To Do

Wells said he didn't play his best.

It's fair to say the Ohio State offense earned an incomplete grade Saturday afternoon against Youngstown State. Sure, the Buckeyes scored 38 points and racked up more than 400 yards, but those associated with Ohio State's running game afterward know that improvement is necessary if the Buckeyes are going to have a successful season.

Thirty-eight points, more than 400 yards of offense and just two punts isn't that bad for a season opener, but the Ohio State football team sure didn't make it sound that good either after Saturday's win over Youngstown State. A lot of that had to do with some first-half drives that didn't look that good near the goal line. Also included was a disappointing performance from the team's expected... Recommended Stories

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