When Ohio State hit the road to face USC last year, it proved to be the national unveiling of then…
5 Questions: USC at Ohio State
1. How much of the Ohio State offense will be put in Terrelle Pryor's hands? Many have called for Ohio State to deploy Pryor in an offense similar to the one Texas used to dethrone the defending national champion Trojans at the conclusion of the 2005 season, but Tressel has seemed reluctant to do that up to this point, preferring a more balanced attack. The Ohio State offense was roughly equal parts shotgun and I-formation in the first half against Navy then tended to be more spread oriented in the second half, when the Buckeyes had some success running on the edges. Could that be a harbinger of things to come this Saturday? Jim Bollman, the Buckeyes' offensive coordinator, hopes not to see Pryor try to do too much. "You've got to get ready to play and then just let yourself play," Bollman said. "If you try to press beyond that, you may negate your own ability." 2. Can the Buckeyes force USC to score with long, sustained drives? Last year...
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