Fulton Analysis: Explosive But Clunky

Ohio State interspersed stellar drives with clunky play in its uneven 45-13 victory over Arkansas State. Befitting a Mark Dantonio disciple, Arkansas State defensive coordinator Rob Harley principally used a four-down, aggressive cover 4 scheme with safeties quickly triggering against the run and corners often left on islands.

In response, Ryan Day and his staff continued their efforts to better break run game tendencies by formation after being often too predictable in 2021. For instance, on Ohio State’s second play, the Buckeyes ran wide zone from 20 personnel (two running backs) away from the running backs with Mitch Rossi as…

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