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World coming to an end

Discussion in 'Buckeye Football' started by Airspace, Oct 6, 2004.

  1. Airspace

    Airspace Newbie

    If old news - then I am sorry but thought I would post this info anyway.

    Rushing Offense

    Minnesota - 1617 yards - 323.4 yards per game

    Michigan State - 913 yards - 182.6 yards per game

    Wisconsin - 909 yards - 181.8 yards per game

    Illinois - 897 yards - 179.4 yards per game

    Purdue - 716 yards - 179.0 yards per game

    Northwestern - 810 yards - 162.0 yards per game

    Penn State - 763 yards - 152.6 yards per game

    Indiana - 672 yards - 134.4 yards per game

    Ohio State - 460 yards - 115.0 yards per game

    Michigan - 505 yards - 101.0 yards per game

    Iowa - 464 yards - 92.8 yards per game

    Who would have ever thought that Ohio State and Michigan would be at the bottom in the Big Ten in rushing. The world must be coming to an end. Poor Woody must be spinning in his grave and Bo must be reaching for his heart medicine.
  2. scooter1369

    scooter1369 HTTR Forever.

    Minnesota's run game is just awesome this year.
  3. OilerBuck

    OilerBuck Sweet Crude

    I love watching Minnesota's offense. Not only are their running backs spectacular, but their blocking is a thing of beauty.
  4. Tlangs

    Tlangs Owner of the Tressel Jacket

    I would love to see us run out of the "I" with Joe as the lead blocker. After hearing JT's comments last week about Joe and Pittman being a bigger part of the offense that is what I thought we would see. There is no excuse for 1st and goal from the 4 and not just cramming it down their Lydell's run against NC State after Whitner's interception.

    We need to get back to basics and just hit the guy in front of you as hard as you can.

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