Fine-Tuning the Passing Attack

By Jim Baird | AM Football Briefing | Friday, October 14

BUCKEYES FINE-TUNE PASSING ATTACK: Ohio State has the No. 5 offense in the nation, including the country’s 10th most efficient passing attack. So what the heck happened against Indiana? JT was 9-of-23 for 93 yards. That’s not going to get it done against a stout Badgers defense. Sorting out the passing attack has been a priority this week: “Last week just wasn’t acceptable. … We’ve got to be better, no question,” said Ohio State quarterbacks coach Tim Beck. “Sometimes it takes getting slapped in the face to wake you back up and be like, ‘OK, we’ve got to go out and continue (to improve),’ and coaches as well…We had been doing very successful up until that point, and it brought us back down to earth.” Tim May with more on Ohio State’s focus on revamping the passing game.

URBAN ‘WHEN I NEEDED YOU THE MOST, YOU DID YOUR VERY BEST’: The Buckeyes released their official hype video for the Wisconsin game. WATCH Urban, JT and crew motivate the troops. The Buckeyes remain a double digit favorite 10.5 points in Madison Saturday.

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