“Well, they have a great scheme,” Ohio State offensive coordinator Ryan Day said. "They're very, very well coached. Jimmy Lake does a great job and the whole staff does a great job. They play very hard. They're powerful up front. They don't give up a lot of big plays. Their secondary does a great job of keeping things in front of them. They break on the ball really well and opportunistic obviously in turnovers.
“And so they make you work the thing down the field. They're not going to give you big plays. So we're going to have to do a good job there. Stay on schedule and then do a good job in situational football.”