An undefeated record is nothing to complain about, however, some Buckeyes will need to step up their game if Ohio State is going to contend for a national title.
Through four games, Urban Meyer's team has had mixed results. Of course the messages are positive overall with a 4-0 record, but the Buckeyes have had some glaring struggles.
A defensive line many expected to be the best in the nation has largely underperformed in the early-going, and though they have put points on the board, the offense has been unbalanced.
Secondary concerns remain, and the run-heavy offense continues to rely on quarterback Braxton Miller too often.
But Ohio State is winning, and in the end that is all that matters.
The schedule gets a bit tougher in coming weeks, however. Starting with this weekend's matchup at Michigan State, the Buckeyes play two straight against ranked opponents before traveling to Indiana.
A date with Michigan will conclude a season which Ohio State fans hope will end with a Big Ten Conference championship (and perhaps more).
But if Urban Meyer's squad wants to have any shot at national title contention, a few key players are going to need to step up.
Here are five names who will have to improve for the Buckeyes: