The first Ohio State football game of the season is now in the books, and while a number of people have weighed in on the play of Kyle McCord and the Buckeye offense, BuckeyeHuddle’s Xs and Os guru Ross Fulton has taken time to break down the film and has some thoughts on the quarterback position, some of OSU’s struggles in short yardage, and much more.
Ross joins host Tom Orr to share his analysis of what he saw and what he learned from the first game of the Buckeyes’ 2023 season.
- How did Kyle McCord grade out in his first start of the year?
- Why did OSU struggle in short yardage at times?
- What made Chip Trayanum so effective in the run game?
- How can Ryan Day get Marvin Harrison, Jr. and Emeka Egbuka more involved in the offense?
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