To say the production from the wide receivers last season was disappointing would be a severe understatement. The Buckeyes’ passing game was essentially nonexistent in 2011, which resulted in poor production and a very one-dimensional offense.
If Ohio State plans on turning things around from a 6-6 record in 2011, I highly recommend they increase the productivity of their passing game in whatever way possible.
The good news is the Buckeyes are now led by Urban Meyer, who offers an excellent offensive system that should enhance the passing game in 2012. Also, OSU returns a few very talented young receivers that earned a lot of experience this past season and should be much more equipped to make an impact this year.
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