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Bleacher Report: Ohio State's Offense Has an Identity Crisis on Its Hands

Ohio State’s offense is scoring 40.8 points per game (sixth best in the NCAA) and averaging nearly 450 yards per game, but if it were a crucial 3rd-and-3, what would the Buckeyes do? Would they hand the ball off to Dan Herron to pick up the first down? Would they throw a quick slant to Dane Sanzenbacher over the middle for the first? Would they have Terrelle Pryor rollout and have the option of running or throwing for the first down yardage? Who knows? And that is where the problem with Ohio State lies—the offense has no identity. If Alabama ...

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