The Ohio State Buckeyes are coming off a bye week to rest and heal before their last big push towards an undefeated season. They are the only unblemished team in the Big Ten and will travel to Wisconsin this week before facing that “team from up north” next week.
Because of NCAA and self-imposed restrictions, the Buckeyes won’t be playing in the Big Ten Championship Game or a BCS Bowl in 2012. The satisfaction of an undefeated season is the motivation for going the extra yard and finishing off this perfect season.
Urban Meyer has the Bucks performing at a high level. The offense is ranked No. 2 in the Big Ten, averaging 445 yards of total offense per game.The Buckeyes also lead the conference with 39.9 points per game.
The Buckeye defense has experienced a couple of bumps along the road, however, and Coach Meyer even had to switch fullback Zach Boren to linebacker to fill in for injured players.
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