Scoring 47.3 points a game, Ohio State is currently the highest scoring team in OSU history. But, with the meat of the schedule ahead — that may soon change. The biggest test will be Saturday against Penn State, the No. 1 scoring defense in the country allowing only 9.6 points per game. Of OSU’s remaining games four teams are top 25 scoring defenses — PSU, Michigan State, Iowa, and Michigan. Rich Exner breaks down the numbers.
- Buckeye Talk: Why losses to Clemson, Oklahoma shouldn’t affect your view of Penn State, Cleveland.com – October 25
- BuckeyeXtra podcast: Ready for a good game?, Columbus Dispatch – October 25
- Urban Meyer Says Buckeyes Will “Use Every Ounce of Preparation” For Penn State, Dan Hope, Eleven Warriors – October 25
- Ohio State releases hype trailer for Penn State, Geoff Hammersley, Land-Grant Holy Land – October 25
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