Ohio State jumped out to a 35-7 lead in the second quarter and was never seriously threatened in a 59-31 win over No. 19 Purdue.
But while there was a lot for Buckeye fans to like, there were also some concerning signs that the OSU defense might still have some vulnerabilities.
Buckeye Scoop’s Kevin Noon joins host Tom Orr to break down the game and what it could mean for Ohio State’s chances at a Big Ten championship and national title.
- Is the running game now back on track and set up to dominate in future games?
- Does that mean good things for the Buckeyes in the red zone as well?
- Just how big of a concern was Purdue’s 390-yard, four-touchdown passing performance?
- What did we learn about Denzel Burke and the Buckeyes’ ability to control an elite receiver?
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