Ohio State Will Have Its Hands Full vs. Clemson with or Without Noah Spence
With or without Noah Spence, the Ohio State defense is going to have its work cut out for it against the Clemson Tigers' attack.
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#1 Dec 30, 2013
The key point in this article is about Clemson's MO of throwing the ball quickly to shorter routes. That is what ALL the teams that played OSU did this season and UM and MSU big time! Any pass rush simply has not enough time to pressure the QB. The solution for us is simply to bring the dbacks up to closer coverage and not worry about getting beat long. And we run the ball more and consume the clock so Clemson has less time to do damage. Platoon the offensive line early so we can control the game by total running in the 4th quarter. We really should be able to run for over 300 yards. Clemson has no Denard CB and MSU middle linebacker and we put 320 on MSU.
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