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September 15, 2007 at 4:01 PM

Ohio State wins

A few quick post-game thoughts:
— One thing to remember is that Ohio State may be a pretty darn good team. As I wrote yesterday, for all the naysaying about them, they were in the national title game last January and have now won 22 of 23. They know how to win games, something the Huskies still have to learn how to do, especially in big situations. I think that perspective is important to remember.
— The Huskies had zero sacks, which wasn’t going to get it done against an immobile QB like Boeckman. That has to be a little of a concern as OSU’s O-line is good but probably not the best the Huskies will face this year.
— I agree with the one poster that the special teams have to be rated a concern, as well.
— It’ll be easy right now to really question the UW offense, but that’s a really good defense the Huskies faced today.
— Ohio State seemed to really adjust well to the Locker running stuff in the second half. The Huskies will have to adjust to those looks now.

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