Urban Meyer remains a proponent of making football safer, but the Ohio State coach doesn't appear to be a supporter of the stiff penalty tied to breaking a new rule aiming to do just that.
A group of Ohio State Buckeyes offensive linemen that had prompted plenty of preseason skepticism from coach Urban Meyer plowed through Nebraska and opened enormous holes for Carlos Hyde and Braxton Miller.
It took a while for the Ohio State Express to get up to speed, but there was no stopping Urban Meyer's spread offense once it did in a 63-38 rout of a ranked Nebraska team.
Bradley Roby is still looking for that elusive first interception, but the Ohio State cornerback is making his impact in other ways.
Kenny Guiton stepped in capably when Braxton Miller missed a handful of plays against Michigan State, justifying Urban Meyer's faith in the backup.
Ohio State's first Big Ten home game of 2012 will be against Nebraska, another team with title aspirations.