There was a lot to learn from Ohio State’s performance against Georgia in the 2022 Peach Bowl, including different ways they used Marvin Harrison, Jr., and the changes in the run game that might be a tip-off about what next year’s attack could look like.
Ross Fulton, one of the Xs and Os gurus at BuckeyeHuddle.com, just wrote about all of that. He joins host Tom Orr to discuss that article and much more for 2023.
- How the departure of three offensive linemen might impact what OSU tries to do in 2023
- Some changes Ross is hoping to see from the Buckeyes in both the running and passing games next fall.
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