Fulton Analysis: Fast Start

Ohio State utilized a near flawless start to dismantle Wisconsin 52-21. Against Jim Leonhard’s Badger defense, Ryan Day frequently had the Buckeye offense operate out of 11 personnel, open sets. Tight end Cade Stover remained flexed out and/or motioned into the formation right before the snap—perhaps to keep Wisconsin in their 2-4-5 front with linebackers pulled out of the box.

Ohio State made quick work early of the Badgers’ heavy dose of cover 3 creepers (the defense rushes four but at least one of those rushers is a linebacker or safety with a defensive lineman or outside linebacker dropping), taking…

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