Ohio State’s Offense Enters Rivalry Game with Momentum, But Ryan Day Expects Toughest Test of Regular Season
Ohio State’s offense has been the best in the country through its first 11 games of the regular season, but it will face one of its toughest tests of the year in its final game of the regular season.
Going into this week’s rivalry game, Michigan ranks seventh in the nation in points allowed per game (16.3) and 10th in both yards allowed per game (306.7) and per play (4.67). Among the teams Ohio State has faced so far this season, only Minnesota has allowed fewer total yards while only Penn State has allowed fewer points per game and yards per play.
When Ryan Day was asked Tuesday if he thought Michigan’s defense would present the toughest challenge of the season to date, Day responded affirmatively.
“Yeah, this is a …
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