Well I'm sick of all the Urban Meyer freakout posts so saw this little bit in a Rivals column and thought it pointed out some interesting stats.
Ohio State is 118th in the nation in pass offense, ahead of only Army and Navy, both of whom run the triple option. The Buckeyes average 114.0 passing yards per game and are completing just 47.5 percent of their passing attempts. They've thrown for just 1,254 yards and 23 percent of that - 293 - came in the opener against FCS member Youngstown State. The second-highest total was 189 yards, in the second game, against Toledo; that means that almost 40 percent of their season passing total came in the first two games. The Buckeyes have reached their per-game average just once in the past six games, and they've thrown for fewer than 100 yards in five of the past six games and six times total this season. Ohio State has completed 34 passes combined in the past six games. An offense that one-dimensional is not going to be enough to beat Michigan next week, which means the Wolverines look to be in excellent shape to snap their seven-game losing streak in the series.
Here's the original link for the whole article, which deals with the conference championship races
With the way our offense has handled QB/RB duo option threats like Scheelhaase/Ford, and Martinez/Burkhead, I gotta think we can contain Braxton Miller and Boom Herron enough to get the win.