Joel Klatt explains what separates Ohio State's offense from the field
Ohio State came into the 2020 season as a favorite to repeat as Big Ten champions. The Buckeyes lived up to that hype through at least the first week of action.
In a 52-17 win against Nebraska, Ohio State showed just how dangerous of a squad the Buckeyes are, particularly on offense led by quarterback Justin Fields.
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After a notably solid season in 2019, Fields went to work in the offseason. He changed his diet to become thinner and developed his skills, especially as a passer.
Those improvements came through loud and clear against the Huskers. That caught the attention of many in the college football world. FOX’s Joel Klatt broke down on Saturday just how dangerous this Ohio State offense can be led by Fields.
“There’s a lot of great offenses out there. This is one of the top three.”@JoelKlatt breaks down what impressed him about @OhioStateFB's offense in their opening season win against Nebraska ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/56y2YpKD1y
— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) October 24, 2020
Next week, the Buckeye offense will have a chance to prove itself on the road against Penn State.