COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Much like on the defensive end, Ohio State’s offense has people who have clearly been its best players this season.
Those guys will continue to get acknowledgment for the rest of the season and probably end up in the running for some postseason honors and awards. But others have helped the Buckeyes to their 49.3 points per game average that sits fourth in the country and first in the Big Ten.
Ohio State’s veteran wide receivers have played with consistency, while the offensive line heads a running game that ranks top three in the country. Ohio State’s quarterback hasn’t looked like a first-year starter, and its running back has bounced back from a disappointing sophomore campaign. But parts around them are clicking as well, and it’s why the Buckeyes are 6-0 and look like a lock to return to the College Football Playoff.
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