Ohio State defensive coordinator Greg Schiano isn’t overly concerned about the pass interference penalties the secondary has been racking up. Speaking with Cleveland.com, Schiano said the Buckeye pass defense was close to getting things right, “I know people are in a little bit of hysteria about the pass interference. I’m not…You just keep playing, play your way through it. It’s kind of like a batter when you’re just not hitting the ball, you’re flying out instead of driving it into the power alley. It’s real close and we’ll get it right.” The Buckeye secondary shouldn’t be tested much Saturday — Rutgers ranks No. 117 in the nation through the air.
- Buckeye Talk: How Ohio State’s 2014 national championship launched a star at ESPN, Cleveland.com – September 27
- BuckeyeXtra podcast: Looking forward to the Rutgers game, Columbus Dispatch – September 27
- Ohio State Coach Urban Meyer Prepares for Rutgers, Says “Cleansing” Would Be Good for College Sports, Dan Hope, Eleven Warriors – September 27
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