For the first time in his head coaching career, Ryan Day has to come up with a response after a regular-season defeat.

The 35-28 loss to Oregon left the Buckeyes with some big questions about its defense, and what can be done to fix it in the middle of the season.

Buckeye Scoop beat reporter Tony Gerdeman joins host Tom Orr to try to figure out what Day is going to do about it. Will they just move defensive coordinator Kerry Coombs up to the box during games? Or make a shift in scheme? Or could even bigger changes be on the way?

Plus, in an unusual move, no OSU assistant coaches or players will be made available for interviews on Tuesday. What should you read into that?

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  1. These problems seem to be so vast that I think it will take the rest of the season with incremental improvement to fix. That run game bvetter start showing up from here on out. We have to out score and control the game.

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