From SB Nation:
With new coordinator Ryan Day and without their longtime QB, expect the Buckeyes to feature more of a drop-back game.
Now that Barrett’s gone, Ohio State’s offense will look more pro-style.
Replacing Barrett may actually be the easiest part of Day’s job, despite the considerable success No. 16 had Columbus.
The big shift seems to be toward a more modern and pro-style approach, featuring QBs who excel as pocket passers more than runners.
I read the article. Still sounds like a spread to me ... I personally define 'pro-style' as using a huddle and snapping the ball from under center ... but I found it interesting nonetheless.