The Ohio Football Team dominated this season, beating four teams by more than 40 points. They have done it in different ways, but statistics are very meaningful when it comes to increasing efficiency and keeping the drives alive. The Buckeyes who have crossed to victories represent the NCAA's most efficient offense.
You can see the efficiency of the state of Ohio at its NCAA peak in downsizing.
The Buckeyes make 55.9% of their third-place down attempts, slightly better than the LSU, which converts to a 55.1% star and is then followed by Texas.
The LSU has a failed third-down attempt more than the Buckeyes. Yet, the state of Ohio still has the highest percentage of cuts, a cornerstone of its overall efficiency.
One important factor that allows the transformation of tradeoffs is that this Buckeyes team does not commit many punishments. They are tied for 23rd in the nation at 5.3 per game. This means the offense will not get out of the way too fast.
The Ohio State Team in 201
With Justin Fields and JK Dobbins, who are ahead of the pack with an elite reception corpse and a top-notch attacking line, have no reason to believe that the team can not compete when their opponents become more challenging.
A challenge is imminent.