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Buckeye Offense Sporting New Look

Brewster earned the start against Troy

The hallmark of any good college football program is that it reloads, not rebuilds. If the play of a number of youngsters on the offense is any indication, that's what the Ohio State football team has done. Players like Mike Brewster have helped the Buckeyes deal with injuries and ineffectiveness on the way to a 3-1 record.

It would have taken a lot more than a magic 8-ball, an Ouija board and a trip to the local oracle to predict just what the Ohio State offense would look like after four games of the 2008 season. The Buckeyes, predicted to contend for a national title thanks to the steady leadership of quarterback Todd Boeckman, the exploits of tailback Chris Wells and the smooth play of senior wideout Brian... Recommended Stories