No. 4 Ohio State has crushed its first two opponents in 2018.

To start, the Buckeyes put 77 points on Oregon State and then followed it up with a 52-3 win over Rutgers. The offense has shown its greatness to this point and the defense — if it was questioned — answered any questions against the Scarlet Knights.

For Week 3, Ohio State will have its first legitimate test of the season against No. 15 TCU. The game is scheduled for an 8 p.m. start on Saturday at AT&T Stadium in Texas. It will be televised on ABC.

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Ahead of the highly-anticipated matchup, the Buckeyes released its updated depth chart.

Here’s a look:

As you can see, not much has changed. There are no major injuries and the studs are playing like studs.

So, why change anything? After the TCU game, maybe changes will have to be made.

As long as the Buckeyes keep winning, though, there is no reason to fix something that isn’t broken.