Bob Stoops says Ohio State fanbase should be among 'most worried' this season
Ohio State opened the season as a young team but one that still maintained conference and national title aspirations. Now entering Week 4, Bob Stoops says there are a number of reasons the Buckeye fanbase should be worried.
The former head coach at Oklahoma has joined FOX’s Big Noon Kickoff crew this season, and he pointed to the home loss to Oregon and a struggling defense for Ryan Day’s squad. If those things do not get adjusted, there is a good chance Ohio State’s grip on the B1G slips this year:
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“I tell ya, the fanbase that ought to be the most worried is Ohio State’s,” said Stoops. “They’ve already lost at home to Oregon, their defense continues to struggle, and the B1G is really loaded. I think this may be the year they’re not going to win it.”
Reggie Bush echoed Stoops’ sentiments, pointing to the ability of other B1G contenders to hang tough without beating themselves with costly turnovers.
Here’s the segment from FOX CFB:
“They’ve already lost at home, their defense continues to struggle, and the Big Ten Conference is really loaded”@coachbobstoops explains why he’s concerned for Ohio State on Big Noon Kickoff ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/kc9y3tVFBE
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