The Ohio State Buckeyes were unbeaten in 2012, but they were not flawless by any means. There was less pressure on the team due to nothing being on the line each week, and that may have helped the team survive a few close calls.
Still, anytime a team can run the table, there is something to be said about that team and its coaching staff.
Moving forward, there are some things the Buckeyes need to address if they hope to have a repeat showing next season. You know, when there are BCS and Big Ten Championship implications.
When it counts.
Take a look at some areas we’ve pinpointed that the Bucks must improve on in order to make that happen.
The sophomore quarterback had a much better season working within Urban Meyer’s system then he did last season under Luke Fickell. Those improvements include a near-doubling of his passing yardage and a four-percent hike in completion percentage.
Urban Meyer said it best, according to Austin Ward of…
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