Ohio State football is off to a fast start against Michigan's vaunted defense.
On the first drive of the game, Dwayne Haskins found his receivers for big chunks of yardage all the way down the field.
Haskins connected with Parris Campbell for 16 yards, Demario McCall for 11, and Chris Olave for a 24 yard touchdown.
These crossing routes were apparently a big part of the gameplan coming in by Urban Meyer and the Ohio State football staff.
Buckeyes great and FS1 analyst Cris Carter weighed in after his discussion with Meyer last night.
The head coach told the former superstar wide receiver that yards after the catch would be key against the stout Wolverines defense.
Ohio State has a ridiculous amount of talent, and you cannot afford to let their playmakers get the ball in space, even with a defense like Michigan's.
The Wolverines have answered with a field goal. Ohio State has an early 7-3 lead in Columbus.