Ohio State Football: Biggest Problems Buckeyes Must Sort out

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Ohio State Football: Biggest Problems Buckeyes Must Sort out
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After five weeks, the Ohio State Buckeyes have five wins, which is two more than any other team in the Big Ten Leaders division.

Dual-threat quarterback Braxton Miller has piled up over 1,500 yards of offense with 15 touchdowns, and the Buckeyes are ranked 12th in the AP Top 25.

The beginning of the Urban Meyer era hasn’t offered up much to complain about.

That said, the Buckeyes haven’t been perfect and might be 3-2 if not for narrowly avoiding two second-half collapses in recent weeks.

Big Ten play is now in full swing, and Ohio State has a big-time matchup with 21st-ranked Nebraska on the schedule for this weekend.

Here's a look at the lingering issues still affecting the Buckeyes football team and what they must fix to make the most of the 2012 regular season.

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