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Former Ohio State Wideout Philly Brown Not Happy With Buckeyes' Offense, "Who Calls The Plays Now?"

Ohio State's offense, as it has in most of its games this season, is struggling. The Buckeyes, loaded with offensive talent, trailed Penn State, 3-0, at the end of the first quarter. 

Former Buckeye wide receiver Corey "Philly" Brown, now an NFL wideout for the Carolina Panthers, isn't happy. 

He, like many others, questions the play calling. 

Corey "Philly" Brown tweets about his displeasure with the Ohio State play calls.

@phillybrown10

That would be co-offensive coordinator Ed Warinner, the Buckeyes' offensive line coach who took over the play calling duties when former OC Tom Herman left for Houston. 

Warinner's a great offensive line coach, but Ohio State does seem to miss Herman a little bit. And why wouldn't they? He's proving to be one of the country's top offensive minds at Houston. 

Ohio State now leads Penn State, 7-3.