Ohio State: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Posted by Buckeye Commentary on September-6-2009 Add Comments

The Good

  • Pryor can throw the ball.  He was 14/21 (66%) for 174 yards, one TD and one INT.  At least one pass that I can remember was dropped (Taurian Washington, I’m looking at you).  And the interception was on a tipped ball, although it was a bad throw.
  • The defensive line escaped the game with no injuries.  While some may argue that this is the deepest unit on the Buckeyes, no one likes to see starters going down before a big game and this is quite the accomplishment, considering that Navy’s O-Line are big, big fans of the cut block.

The Bad

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