Purdue pestered Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor into committing four turnovers, and the…
Pressured Offense Slumbered Too Long
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – For the second week in a row, the question facing the Ohio State offense is a simple one – what happened? The Buckeye offense was stuck in neutral – if not reverse – for much of the day Saturday as Purdue, previously 1-5, upset the seventh-ranked Buckeyes 26-18 in Ross-Ade Stadium. The OSU attackers finally did get going in the fourth quarter, but the first three were cringe-worthy for Buckeye fans. Ohio State lost five turnovers in the opening trio of stanzas and put just seven points on the board as the Boilermakers build a 23-7 lead. Two more of the team's 11 drives in the initial trio of quarters went backwards. On the heels of having only 40 plays and putting 10 points on the board as an offense during a defense- and special-teams-led win against Wisconsin, the Buckeyes might want to find a different drawing board to go back to this week. "It hurts," center Michael Brewster said. "It's frustrating but you can't let yourself...
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