By Jim Baird | AM Football Briefing | Thursday, September 22
CURTIS SAMUEL – BUCKEYES ‘LEFT BEHIND’ BIG PLAYS IN NORMAN: Ohio State isn’t resting on its laurels after the dominating win in Norman. Speaking with media, Curtis Samuel reflected on missed opportunities Saturday: “We felt like there were a bunch of plays we left behind that could have been big potential hits…And also on special teams, we let a kick return go to the house. We felt like we could have done a better job on that. So just little things that we didn’t score on or they scored on that we felt like we could have done a better job.” Tim May with more on how Samuel says the Buckeyes can improve.
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