After coming out sluggish against a feisty Navy squad in Baltimore, Maryland last Saturday, No. 5 Ohio State surged in the second half to secure a 34-17 victory.
The Buckeyes' slow start was—in large part—the result of head coach Urban Meyer breaking in a number of new starters on both sides of the ball. Most notable among them was redshirt freshman J.T. Barrett, who has been tasked with filling in for star quarterback Braxton Miller this season.
How did Ohio State's new starters fare in their first game?