Ohio State's offense drawing concern across social media
Ohio State’s high-flying offense hasn’t been explosive against Notre Dame through one half of football. However, the best way to stop a great offense is to keep them off the field. That’s what Notre Dame did for much of the first half.
The Irish lead the Buckeyes 10-7 at halftime.
The Buckeyes have managed just 150 total yards of offense, including just 51 rushing yards. That’s a major problem that needs to get fixed in the second half.
Quarterback CJ Stroud has completed just 11-of-17 passes for 99 yards and 1 touchdown. Running back TreVeyon Henderson has recorded just 5 rushing attempts for 36 yards. Emeka Egbuka has done most of the damage against Notre Dame’s defense, catching 5 passes for 61 yards and lone touchdown.
Needless to say, Ohio State’s offense is drawing concern across social media.
Is this Ohio State’s offense or Iowa’s?
— #8 MichSportsNow (@MichSportsNow) September 4, 2022
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Ohio state gotta wake their offense up
— Liam (@lconley55) September 4, 2022
You guys think the Ohio state offense is in their way to the stadium yet?
— Kyle (@bigKstephens) September 4, 2022
Didn’t See Myself Saying This But Ohio State NEEDS To Get Their Offense Ramped Up.
— APW Sports YT (@APWSports) September 4, 2022
I’m still over here waiting on that Ohio State offense
— Bradley Hall (@brad0808) September 4, 2022
I thought Ohio State’s offense was elite?
— Justin Steele 🏒 🏆 (@Yukstin) September 4, 2022
Offense is playing too safe man #ohiostate
— ZAE⚡️ (@ZaeMcGuire) September 4, 2022
The Ohio State offense does not look good…
— Devin (@devinweisbarth) September 4, 2022
Ohio State going with the “Iowa” offense. That’s a bold move Cotton.
— Rocky (@D_Rockafellow) September 4, 2022
Very early takeaways. On offense, Ohio state needs to establish a run game immediately. The defense looks improved but still need to work out some kinks as expected in week 1.
— Mike Berry (@OldBull15) September 4, 2022