An offense loaded with playmakers gave fans visions of points and yards being stacked up with a flurry this season.
But that has not exactly been the case for Ohio State through the first three games. The Buckeyes put up 42 points and 560 yards in the opener against Virginia Tech, but struggled against Hawaii and Northern Illinois.
For the first time in 32 games, the Buckeyes were unable to score at least three touchdowns in the 20-13 win over the Huskies a week ago.
Neither Cardale Jones nor J.T. Barrett has set the world on fire, and turnovers have become a sudden issue.
While the offensive struggles are head scratching for a unit that has so much talent, it is not time for fans of the Buckeyes to jump off a cliff.
BUCKEYE INSIDER, exclusively in Friday's Examiner.
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