Ohio State overcame a slow start to jump out to a comfortable two score lead over Maryland entering the fourth quarter—only for defensive pass defense breakdowns and self-imposed mistakes to allow the Terrapins back in the game—in a contest that provided valuable insight for how Ohio State must approach the Michigan offense and defense.
Maryland’s utilized an odd front scheme that mixed single high cover 1 with cover 4 concepts depending on Ohio State’s personnel groupings and formations—a similar coverage strategy to the one that the Wolverines employed against the Buckeyes last season. The Ohio State offense in the first…
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