As Jordan Hall tries to absorb everything the coaching staff is throwing at him, it only took one day of spring practice for him to show how productive his move to the Pivot position could be.
There are holes on the Ohio State Buckeyes' depth chart for spring practice, but the biggest in coach Urban Meyer's mind is in leadership.
Braxton Miller supplies the highlights and Carlos Hyde the hammer, which is reminiscent of a 1970s OSU backfield that featured Archie Griffin and Pete Johnson.
Braxton Miller made perhaps the most electrifying 1-yard score of this season and added to a resume that seems certain to earn him an invitation to the Heisman Trophy ceremony.
Offensive coordinator Tom Herman says he and the coaches agree on two two-point conversion plays on THursdays, and they stick to them come Saturdays, just like they did under fire against Purdue.
Urban Meyer sends a loud and clear message to his defense that its effort on Saturday won't be good enough going forward.
The Ohio State offensive line was once considered a question. Now, there production is soaring and they are becoming a dominant group.
While Carlos Hyde hasn't exactly been the fastest getting out of the blocks lately, the Buckeyes have had their patience rewarded by continuing to feed him carries until he's got a full head of steam.
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.
Ohio State proved at Michigan State that it has the ability to change gears from its uptempo, no-huddle offense down to a possession-based, clock-killing style when necessary.
With Carlos Hyde joining the ranks of the wounded and Jordan Hall still uncertain for Saturday, Ohio State is scrambling to get three backs ready for California this week.
Ohio State Buckeyes quarterback Braxton Miller rushes the ball 27 times against UCF, an alarming total that Urban Meyer admits is too many hits.
The Ohio State Buckeyes failed their first goal-line test against Miami (Ohio), giving Urban Meyer a teaching point.
Ohio State's offense languished through a tough first quarter, but Devin Smith's one-handed TD catch ignited the offense, and the Buckeyes cruised past Miami (Ohio).
Ohio State Buckeyes offensive coordinator sees steady progress in implementation of new offense
Ohio State Buckeyes running back Carlos Hyde says he is putting his roller-coaster sophomore season behind him as he prepares to start the season as the featured running back.