A look at Jim Tressel’s offensive philosophy in the red zone

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A look at Jim Tressel’s offensive philosophy in the red zone
As many know, the Buckeyes have struggled to convert drives into touchdowns from the 20 in. Last season they had 47 drives in the red zone, only 25 went for touchdowns. While it’s too early to tell if the same thing will happen this season, the Miami game showed Ohio State has some work to do.There has been much talk surrounding how Jim Tressel runs the offense in the red zone. Recently, Tressel laid out his philosophy. His priorities are no turnovers, maintain good field position, at least get the field goal and finally try for a touchdown.We can derive much from this philosophy. For...
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