Ohio State passed its overall test by getting a 26-14 win against visiting Ohio Saturday at Ohio…
Cus Words 9-2: No One To Run With?
What we learned last week: Where to begin? Well, let's not fall into the trap of getting too complicated. Todd Boeckman can still throw the deep ball with the best of them. The offensive line is a lot closer to its end-of-2007 form than to how it looked at the start of last season. The defensive line is more active. Jermale Hines can bring the wood, and he looks like he has speed to spare even as a bigger safety than we're used to seeing in these parts. Brandon Smith can block. Tyler Moeller has not forgotten how to deliver a hit. Beanie Wells can find a hole, and when he does, he can really run. The defense is still stifling, and it is not about to begin playing down to the competition. Terrelle Pryor is the truth. So is DeVier Posey. The defense already looks like a pretty cohesive unit, an important fact if the team is going to defend similar offenses with infinitely more talent than they saw last Saturday. Jim Tressel can be awfully flexible, and there is not much...
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