Ohio State Football

Ohio State's offense shows signs of improvement

COLUMBUS, OH - SEPTEMBER 11:  Dan Herron #1 of the Ohio State Buckeyes celebrates his touchdown in the second quarter against the Miami Hurricanes at Ohio Stadium on September 11, 2010 in Columbus, Ohio.  (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)
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Sean JacksonContributor IIISeptember 13, 2010

After two games, Ohio State’s offense has to feel good about what it has accomplished. In their two games, Ohio State has 943 yards of total offense. Their passing game has improved dramatically (they are 44th in the nation) and their running attack continues to be good (22nd in the nation).

Compared to last season’s start it’s no contest.

After two games into the 2009 season, the offense had only 628 yards of total offense. They averaged only three and half yards a rush. The Buckeyes are a yard and half better in 2010 (5.1 yards per carry). What has changed?...

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