The Ohio State Buckeyes moved to 3-0 on the season with a resounding 77-21 win over Toledo Saturday night. It was an impressive showing for a Buckeye offense that is close to full strength, but scarily still not there yet.
Defensively, there are issues afoot, but holding an offense to just over 300 yards is still good defense. The Buckeye cornerbacks each had their moments of concern, but overall the Silver Bullets kept the busted plays to the five or fewer that defensive coordinator Jim Knowles wants.
The non-conference season is now over and the Wisconsin Badgers are about to…
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