One of the biggest reasons Ohio State went undefeated in 2012 was because of its offense, which finished No. 1 in the Big Ten in scoring by averaging 37.2 ppg.
Not only did Braxton Miller have a lot to do with it, but he had some help around him to get the job done.
Nearly all of the Buckeyes' offensive skill players had their best seasons in 2012, and all but Jake Stoneburner and Zach Boren are back for 2013.
But which players mean the most on the Ohio State offense?
Here are the top five offensive weapons that the Buckeyes have. For the purposes of this list, only players who were on the roster last year are on this list which means incoming freshmen like Jalin Marshall and Dontre Wilson will not be on this list.