What Ohio State did to Michigan State in the first half last weekend wasn't normal.
Power 5 football teams don't lead 49-0 at halftime with 500 yards of offense against other Power 5 teams. That just doesn't happen.
But it did on Saturday in an offensive showcase that had college football fans, teams and national pundits around the country taking notice.
Suddenly, that Ohio State team that lost to Oregon in Week 2 and looked vulnerable on defense feels like a team that played 10 years ago, not 10 weeks ago. This current version of the Buckeyes, which have been unblemished and rarely challenged since that Oregon loss, appears to be simply unstoppable. C.J. Stroud essentially punched his ticket to the Heisman Trophy ceremony in New York City, he broke the consecutive completions program record, Chris Olave broke David Boston's all-time career touchdowns record and the Scarlet and Gray routed a team that was considered one of the best in the country.
Before everyone turns their attention to The Game on Saturday, let's give proper credence to what Ohio State did on Saturday afternoon in an historic win.
Tommy Zagorski and I break down what we learned from Saturday's game, including a conversation on who the most important piece to this offensive puzzle is and why the defense looks ready to make a deep run in the playoffs.
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