Fulton Analysis: Goofy

Ohio State overcame Rutgers’ blizzard of defensive looks and ball-control offensive approach in the Buckeyes’ 49-10 win.

Ohio State had little difficulty scoring on their first three possessions against Greg Schiano’s mix of cover 2 and cover 4 pattern reading concepts that featured Rutgers carrying Ohio State’s receivers vertically.

⁦@Coach_Radcliff⁩ coverage thoughts? Stump to field, 2-read to boundary?

— Ross Fulton (@RossRFulton) October 2, 2022

Perhaps due to injuries to wide receivers Jaxon Smith-Njigba and Emeka Egbuka—or perhaps to address certain run tendencies regarding tight end alignment and/or run-heavy tendencies from multi-tight end sets—Ryan Day used a relatively…

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