By Jim Baird | AM Football Briefing | Wednesday, October 6
BEST OFFENSE IN COLLEGE FOOTBALL?: Is Ohio State the best offense in college football? The Buckeyes average 576 yards a game and 57 points, good for the third best scoring offense in the country. Receiver Parris Campbell thinks this is only the start, “I think we could be the most dominant offense in college football…We’re getting in the groove of things, guys are starting to get receptions, guys are starting to make plays…I think it can only go uphill from this. I think we’ve got a lot left in the tank.” Tim May with more on Campbell and OSU’s explosive offense.
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